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12 April 2017 06:15:23 WN.com - Asia News
Cyclone Debbie dumped rain in an erosion hot spot in the Burdekin catchment estimated to generate nearly a third of all the sediment that flows to the Great Barrier Reef. Flood plumes from the Gregory and Fitzroy rivers are also pushing sediment and nitrogen pollution into Reef waters. It is another blow to the Reef which has just suffered unprecedented back-to-back mass coral bleaching events. Griffith University scientist Associate Professor Dr Andrew Brooks today released dramatic pictures of the Burdekin and Gregory river flood plumes heading out to sea, and erosion in the Burdekin catchment. His post cyclone helicopter flight (on March 31) to assess damage was jointly funded by...
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11 April 2017 01:01:17 WN.com - Asia News
Theatre students don't let cyclone get in way of high octane musical show Theatre students don't let cyclone get in way of high octane musical show Published:05 April 2017 Pictured during the Catch Me If You Can rehearsals are (clockwise from far left) Leah Harford, Cara Slim, Sophie Power, Emma Goding, Liam McIlwain (Director), Kyle Nozza, Sarah Dunn, Celina Wood, Samantha Attard and Breanna King. BELOW: More rehearsal...
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28 March 2017 07:31:19 WN.com - Asia News
Cyclone Debbie has hit the north-eastern Australian state of Queensland,...
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16 February 2017 14:47:19 News24 Africa
Mozambique was battered by high winds, flooding and sea surges when cyclone Dineo made landfall late Wednesday but the storm has begun to die down, according to meteorologists.
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15 February 2017 20:10:06 WN.com - World News
Strong winds and rain is seen in and around Inhambane, Mozambique as Cyclone Dineo move through the area. All pictures supplied by Lee Booysen/Paindane Beach Resort. ......
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22 February 2016 20:09:43 WN.com - World News
(Source: Seventh-day Adventist Church) Fiji in the dark following cyclone winston. February 22, 2016 | Suva, Fiji | Braden Blyde, ADRA New Zealand | Twenty-four hours after Cyclone Winston smashed Fiji the full picture of the destruction remains unknown. Power, water, communication, roads and other vital infrastructure remain cut and many parts of the country, including the regions likely hardest hit by the Category 5 storm, are not contactable....
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22 February 2016 15:37:56 WN.com - World News
The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including London Fashion Week and lantern parades and Boris Johnson...
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22 February 2016 14:23:49 WN.com - Asia News
VOA News The death toll from the powerful cyclone that struck the South Pacific island nation of Fiji Saturday has risen to at least 20, as authorities rush to deliver aid to survivors. Aerial footage taken of Fiji in the aftermath of Cyclone Winston reveals a typical picture of the...
All News 22 February 2016 14:23:49
Cyclone Winston: Aid agency CARE Australia warns of disease outbreaks, with water supplies cut off ...
22 February 2016 11:46:56 WN.com - Asia News
(Source: CARE Australia) By Sam Bolitho February 22, 2016 Aid agency CARE Australia is warning communities could be at risk of disease outbreaks in cyclone devastated Fiji as water supplies remain cut off and thousands shelter in evacuation centres. Sarah Boxall, a member of CARE Australia's emergency response team in Fiji said, 'Whilst we are still trying to get a clear picture of...
All News 22 February 2016 11:46:56
Cyclone Winston Cuts Power, Water, and Communication in Fiji (ADRA - Adventist Development and Relief ...
21 February 2016 20:03:05 WN.com - World News
(Source: ADRA - Adventist Development and Relief Agency) Posted on: February 21, 2016 Twenty-four hours after Cyclone Winston smashed Fiji, the full picture of its destruction remains unknown. Power, water, communication, roads and other vital infrastructure remain cut and many parts of the country, including the regions likely hardest hit by the Category 5 storm, are not contactable. The official death toll has risen to five. 'From...
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