Australia races to control fires as new heat wave looms
Fire crews in south-east Australia are racing to bring hundreds of bushfires under control before temperatures rise and winds pick up again.
More than 120 blazes are still burning in New South Wales, razing at least 300,000 hectares of land and killing thousands of livestock.
Cooler weather has brought some reprieve but forecasters predict another hot spell at the weekend.
Phil Mercer reports from Sydney.