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AUSTRALIA is looking to raise as much as $500 million for its war-ravaged cities, as auctions around the world scramble to find parts to repair and rebuild after the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Key points:The Dakar earthquake and Tsunami damaged the city’s electrical infrastructure, leaving hundreds deadThe Australian Government is asking people to help in the bidding process for the $500m Dakar Auto Parts auction near AdelaideThis is the second time Dakar has been at the centre of a bidding war.

The Government says it will offer $2.6 million in aid for the rebuilding efforts.

It will provide cash to rebuild homes, businesses and public services as well as providing assistance for local government and health workers.

The auction is expected to take place in December next year.

The Federal Government will provide $2 million of the $5 million requested by the Federal Government for reconstruction assistance.

“As an earthquake devastated a community in Japan, the Government of Australia and the Australian Federal Government have been working closely with local authorities to help rebuild, to protect, and to restore to normalcy,” the Prime Minister said in a statement.

“I have directed the Federal Treasurer to provide $1.2 million for assistance to the affected communities.”

The Government said the money would be available to rebuild “all essential public services” and the “essential infrastructure” in the affected area.

“It will be delivered through the Australian Government’s Disaster Relief Assistance Fund and will be available through the Government’s emergency relief program,” the Government said.

“All funds will be paid to affected communities through local communities.”‘

Dealing with this disaster is not easy’The Government has also set aside $1 million to help local authorities rebuild after major infrastructure projects have been lost or damaged in the quake and tsunami.

“The Government will be providing a $1,000 contribution to the reconstruction of schools and schools for the first six months of 2017, including $1m to rebuild local infrastructure,” the statement said.

The Government also announced $50,000 in emergency aid for local authorities and the State Government.

‘The best way to recover’Dakar has struggled to recover from the devastating quake and tidal wave, with more than 2,500 people killed, many trapped under fallen buildings and water.

More than 200,000 people were left homeless, and the city remains without electricity.

The town’s mayor, Yuzo Ishihara, said in December that the rebuilding effort would take months, but he has now given the go-ahead to the government to take the bidding up to next year for the reconstruction project.

“If the government is willing to take up the bidding, I think the best way for Dakars reconstruction is to have a process for rebuilding,” he said.

Mr Ishihara has been a vocal supporter of the rebuilding of Dakars infrastructure.

“[The government] is working hard to rebuild the infrastructure, so that people can get back to normal, and we can rebuild this city, and that’s the best thing to do,” he told the ABC.

“And so, if the government are willing to do that, then I believe that we will be able to come to an agreement for rebuilding.”

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AUSTRALIA is looking to raise as much as $500 million for its war-ravaged cities, as auctions around the world scramble…