SPILL BEACHES REOPENED AS TONNES OF PALM OIL SCOOPED UP

Five of the 13 beaches closed due to the territory's worst oil spill were reopened after workers collected 194 tonnes of palm oil recovered from the sea surface and at the beaches.

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