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Roebourne resident Wows Steve and Baz

Gareth Parker

The WA town of Roebourne broke a world record on Sunday recording the hottest March day the world. The 48.1° scorcher eclipsed the previous record of 48° in Mexico.

But when we went to check in on the residents of Roebourne, we found one of the most interesting “canteen ladies” you’ll every come across.

Beth Smith moved to Roebourne 41 years ago to be with her husband, a traditional owner of the land, who was a student at the school her parents ran in Perth.

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Gareth Parker
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