Premier to head back to Debbie-hit north - Seymour Telegraph (registration) (blog)

QLD Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will head back to the state's cyclone-ravaged north on Saturday. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will travel to north Queensland to ...

Environment Cyclone Debbie Causes Widespread Devastation; Bull Shark Found in Middle of Road - TheInertia.com

The extent of Cyclone Debbie's swath of destruction is slowly becoming clear. So far, five natural disaster zones have been declared in New South Wales, and two people are confirmed dead. It is a disaster of massive proportions. As of Friday, northern ...

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 ...

Shark washes onto street during cyclone - ClickLancashire

"The rain is coming, significant rain", Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Mark Roche told Australian Broadcasting Corp radio. During the clean up in the coastal town of Ayr, 55 miles south of Townsville, the emergency services came cross a huge ...

Australian cyclone leaves bull shark stranded on land - WOODTV.com

In this March 30, 2017 photo provided by Queensland state paramedic Lisa Smith, a shark is seen stranded in floodwaters in Ayr, northeastern Australia. (Lisa Smith via AP). SYDNEY (AP) — A powerful cyclone that tore through northeast Australia has ...

Cyclone Debbie: Queensland reels at the scale of destruction - The Guardian

An aerial image shows damage from Cyclone Debbie near Bowen. Hundreds of properties were destroyed in Tuesday's huge storm. Photograph: Glen Mccarthy/AFP/Getty Images. Bowen Cyclone Debbie. An aerial image shows damage from Cyclone ...

Australians warned of snakes, crocs and sharks in floods - Japan Today

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 ...

Cyclone Debbie: The sky's clear, and so is the pain for farmers - The Australian

Queenslanders are bracing for the long-term consequences of the devastation unleashed on the Whitsundays by Cyclone Debbie. When residents emerged on Wednesday after a 14-hour pounding, they found themselves in what looked like a “war zone”, ...

Australia evacuates cyclone-hit island resorts as water runs low - ClickLancashire

In addition to 270km/h winds and rising floodwaters, Cyclone Debbie brought another threat with her: bull sharks in the muddy deluge that has hit northern Queensland state. Those warnings prompted the Queensland Fire & Emergency to tweet out photos of ...

Cyclone rips off roofs, flings boats onto land in Australia - ClickLancashire

Telstra area general manager Rachel Cliffe said the cyclone had impacted some Telstra services in the area, after wreaking widespread damage throughout Northern Queensland. It is now estimated to be 45km southeast of Bowen and 10 km northwest of ...

Rugby to play role in cyclone relief - Perth Now

AN appeal to the hearts and deep pockets of rugby fans has been launched to help rescue Queensland clubs smashed by the fury of Cyclone Debbie. Queensland Rugby Relief has been formed by the Queensland Rugby Union and has the backing of Reds' ...

Sharknado? Australian cyclone leaves behind shark in puddle - FOX 5 DC

AYR, Australia - (AP) -- An Australian journalist covering flooding from Cyclone Debbie was shocked to come across a dead bull shark that was apparently swept up in the deluge. WIN News reporter Philip Calder tells news.com.au that he was in the town ...

Australia cyclone flooding overwhelms towns, leaves one dead - Daily Mail

A woman's body was found 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 on Tuesday between ...

Cyclone Debbie's days of destruction - ClickLancashire

Ratings agency Standard and Poor's said on Friday that net claims against insurers from cyclone Debbie are likely to be manageable and below the $1.3 billion stemming from cyclone Yasi in 2011. However, heavy rain has continued particularly to the ...

One dead, NSW flooding declared a disaster - Sky News Australia

At least one person is dead and about 20,000 people have been ordered to evacuate homes in northern NSW while in southeast Queensland, more than 300 properties were at risk of being swamped by 'unprecedented' floodwaters. The tail end of cyclone ...

Australia flooding - don't go in the water - Deutsche Welle

As tens of thousands of people are forced out of their homes, problems aren't helped by wildlife. Offenders range from eight-legged bugs to creatures with no legs at all. An undated supplied image released March 30, 2017, shows a bull shark that was.

Flooding overwhelms Australian towns after cyclone - News24

A State Emergency Service crew inspects a flooded road in Beenleigh. Authorities warned there could be deaths from severe flooding caused by a powerful tropical cyclone. (Patrick HAMILTON / AFP). Multimedia · User Galleries · News in Pictures Send us ...

Cyclone Debbie does damage - Townsville Bulletin

AS Cyclone Debbie bore down on the Queensland coast, the region was braced for damage but until the Category 4 system made landfall, it was hard to comprehend just how brutal her effects would be. Initially expected to hit directly over Townsville, the ...

Australians cling to roofs as floodwaters swamp towns - Reuters

A local resident watches as floodwaters enter the main street of 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/Dave Hunt/via ...

Lakeside reopens following Cyclone Debbie floods - Speedcafe

Lakeside Raceway has reopened today less than 24 hours after torrential rain from ex-Cyclone Debbie swept through Queensland. The circuit, situated 30km north of Brisbane, was forced to close its doors yesterday due to localised flooding caused by ...