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Flood weary Queensland, Australia struck by tropical cyclone

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 2:54pm MDT

Devastating flooding over the past month and a half inundated hundreds of thousands of square miles in the Australian state of Queensland.  The last thing the weary residents needed was more stormy weather but that is what came in the form of Severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi.  Just a few days ago Tropical Cyclone Anthony made […]

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Australian floods continue unabated flooding hundreds of thousands of square miles

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 4:58pm MDT

The death toll from the relentless flooding in Queensland, Australia continues to climb as four people were killed in a flash flood.  The rising waters have inundated an area covering hundreds of thousands of square miles and now threaten the city of Brisbane.  The most recent fatalities, two adults and two children, occurred near the […]

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Flooding in Australia reaches ‘biblical proportions’, turns deadly

Monday, January 3rd, 2011 5:42pm MDT

Residents of Australia’s state of Queensland are facing an extraordinary deluge following record-setting rain.  In recent weeks an unusually heavy rainy season coupled with Tropical Storm Tasha has affected an area of land bigger than France and Germany combined. Queensland’s state treasurer Andrew Fraser  told media last week, “It is a disaster of biblical proportions.”  […]

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Queensland, Australia readies for Tropical Cyclone Ului

Saturday, March 20th, 2010 6:44am MDT

The eastern coast of Australia was on high alert as Tropical Cyclone Ului prepared to make landfall in Queensland. Packing winds approaching 75 mph (165 km/hr), the government has begun evacuations in advance of the powerful storm. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said that Ului had shown intensification over the past six hours and was […]

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