Debbie's remains don't look like a cyclone any more, but it's still nasty - Waikato Times

The remnants of Cyclone Debbie off the east coast of Australia on Saturday morning. A second low to the south is expected to miss the bottom of the South Island. The remains of Tropical Cyclone Debbie may not look so scary any more, but they could ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie clean-up continues, residents told to boil drinking water - ABC Online

Cyclone Debbie-affected residents in Bowen and Airlie Beach in north Queensland have been told to boil their tap water before drinking it as it could contain bacteria, as the clean-up from the category four storm continues. The cyclone tore through the ...and more »

Men missing in flood-hit areas - Courier Mail

POLICE say they hold serious concerns for four people missing in southeast Queensland after this week's flooding caused by ex-Cyclone Debbie. While police said their serious concerns for the four “were associated with the weather event”, only two of ...and more »

Two dead, tens of thousands stranded by Australia floods - Yahoo News

Local resident Lennon Bartlett paddles a rowboat through floodwaters in the northern New South Wales town of Lismore, Australia, March 31, 2017 after heavy rains associated with Cyclone Debbie swelled rivers to record heights across the region. AAP ...and more »

'Sharknado' Down Under? Cyclone Debbie Deposits Shark on a Street - Live Science

A dead five-foot-long bull shark was found in a floodwater puddle in the town of Ayr after Australia was hit by a tropical cyclone. Credit: QldFES/Twitter. Forget about the "Sharknado" film series. A town in Australia experienced a real-life shark ...and more »

Sharks, snakes, crocs may lurk in floodwaters - The Straits Times

SYDNEY • Wading through flooded areas can be dangerous anywhere in the world but, in Australia, the waters could contain snakes, crocodiles and sharks, as well as rubbish and sewage. One striking image that revealed all too clearly the impact of ...and more »

Australia evacuates flooded towns after deadly Cyclone - Times Now

Beenleigh: A second woman's body was found on Friday and tens of thousands of people were evacuated from towns in two Australian states after torrential rain caused by a powerful tropical cyclone. Category four Cyclone Debbie hit northeastern Australia ...and more »

Flooding swamps Australian towns - Gulf Times

Maddie Skyring is comforted by a companion after discovering her submerged car at the flooded Beenleigh train station carpark yesterday. Text Size: A A A. AFP/Beenleigh, Australia. A woman's body was found yesterday and tens of thousands of people were ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie: Two women killed as floods hit eastern Australia - BBC News

Two women have died and more people are feared to have drowned as two Australian states are hit by floods in the wake of Cyclone Debbie, authorities say. The body of a woman who disappeared from an area just south of the Queensland border on ...and more »

Heavy rain, possible flooding forecast for some regions as remnants of Cyclone Debbie heads towards New Zealand - TVNZ

After thrashing Australia, ex-tropical cyclone Debbie is forecast to drench and possibly flood parts of New Zealand. The storm system is moving south bringing significant flooding from the Sunshine Coast to the NSW border. Source: Nine. The weather ...and more »