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Cyclone Debbie: Anger brews as stranded Whitsundays tourists say they are being ripped off - NEWS.com.au

TEMPERS are fraying at Airlie Beach, where the lagoon has filled with sewage and an argument has broken out over electricity. James Law and Emma Reynolds in Airlie Beach. news.com.auMarch 31, 20174:19am ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie: Communities struggling to reach emergency services say 'nobody came to see us' - ABC Online

Cyclone and flood-ravaged communities along the Queensland coast are returning to their homes and assessing the damage, but some residents say they feel they have been forgotten. Meanwhile, authorities issued more evacuation orders in northern NSW ...and more »

Sharknado: Australia warns of snakes, crocs and sharks in floods - Phys.Org

Wading through flooded areas can be dangerous anywhere in the world, but in Australia the waters may contain snakes, crocodiles and sharks as well as rubbish and sewage. One of the striking images showing the impact of category four Cyclone Debbie ...and more »

Fears for Queensland tourism industry after battering from Cyclone Debbie - NEWS.com.au

IT'S one of Australia's most iconic attractions worth $700 million a year, but there are fears for the industry after a 200km/h battering. Victoria Craw and wires. news.com.auMarch 29, 20176:31am. An aerial view of Heart Reef on the Great Barrier Reef ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie: 'We hid under the house for two days' - Irish Times

I've barely slept since Cyclone Debbie hit my home on Airlie Beach in northern Queensland on Monday night. I've been through a few cyclones in my 14 years here, including Cyclone Yasi in 2011 which left us without power for a few days, but it was ...and more »

Rising Flood Waters Displace Tens of Thousands in Australia - TIME

Flooding in the wake of Cyclone Debbie, which barreled into Australia's northeast coast on Tuesday, has displaced tens of thousands of people from their homes, cut power to at least 100,000, and on Friday led authorities to fear that some might have ...and more »

There are big sharks in Australia's floodwaters — but people are still surfing in it - Business Insider

Thousands of residents have had their homes ruined. Other are without power. Destructive winds have seen electricity towers crumbled and bent in half. And the threat of flash flooding has closed schools in the state's south-east for two consecutive days.and more »

Ex-Cyclone Debbie has hit south-east Queensland: see how much rain she dumped today - ABC Online

After laying waste to the north Queensland coast, ex-Cyclone Debbie has unleashed a torrent of rain on south-east Queensland, causing flash flooding and putting the region in lockdown. Large parts of the of the south-east received up to 200 millimetres ...and more »

Cyclone Debbie: Airlie Beach and Proserpine locals pull together despite lack of power, water - ABC Online

Many parts of the Whitsunday coast in north Queensland are still without power and running water, several days after Cyclone Debbie tore through the region. At first light on Friday morning, the Army arrived with troops to help with the clean-up and ...and more »

Australia Hit by Real Life Sharknado - Gizmodo

The Australian state of Queensland was hit hard this week by a vicious tropical cyclone. And while there has been property damage, thankfully no one was seriously injured by Cyclone Debbie. Well, no one, unless you count this 5-foot long shark that was ...and more »