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'A different Australia': new foreign minister pledges climate action to Pacific islands

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Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong promises the new Australian government is committed to action on climate change as she arrives in Fiji after her centre-left government was sworn in. Wong admits that "Australia has neglected its responsibility" on climate change under past governments.

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