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News and Weather in Gladstone Queensland Australia


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NEWS.com.au

Queensland weather: Search for missing trawler after downpour
NEWS.com.au
SEVERAL roads across the southern Gladstone region have been closed due to flooding after almost 400mm of rain was dumped in central Queensland. A severe weather warning for heavy rainfall and damaging wind remains in place, as well as a flood ...

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Courier Mail

Six fishermen feared dead off boat screamed from inside as crewmate clung to hull
Courier Mail
Cairns Regional Council Mayor Bob Manning will fly to Gladstone this afternoon to attend a Local Government Association of Queensland conference. He said the missing men and their families were in everybody's thoughts back in Cairns. “You feel for the ...
Six fishermen feared lost at sea in trawler sinkingThe Australian
Missing trawler crew have 'best shot' at survival due to experience, rescue coordinator saysABC Online
Six men missing after fishing trawler overturns off Queensland coastYahoo7 News

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Gladstone Observer

STORM WARNING: Miriam Vale, Lowmead in the firing line
Gladstone Observer
Seventeen Seventy is no longer affected by the thunderstorm warning, but remains under a more general severe weather warning issued at 4.56pm, along with Gladstone and Calliope. A strong upper low is lying over central Queensland, and is set to move ...

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Gladstone Observer

Queensland weather: wettest October on record
Gladstone Observer
Westwood Range, just south of Gladstone, also saw some of the worst of yesterday's rain with 369mm falling and 170mm coming down in just six hours. Captain Creek, just inland from Seventeen Seventy, also got a drenching with 307mm falling in one day.

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Rainfall of up to 180mm in six hours dumped on Qld
Gladstone Observer
"Heavy rainfall, which may lead to flash flooding, is expected to occur between Gladstone to Noosa Heads during Tuesday. 6 hourly rainfall totals of 120mm to 180mm are possible, particularly about the coast. "Heavy rainfall is then expected to develop ...
CQ wild weather: Bruce Hwy closed south of GladstoneRockhampton Morning Bulletin
Queensland weather: Flash flooding alertsNEWS.com.au
Brisbane, Queensland weather: Sunshine Coast residents told to prepare for floodingCourier Mail
9news.com.au
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Gladstone Observer

Fisheries finally back on Gladstone waters
Gladstone Observer
Yesterday marked the first day of official operations at the newly reopened Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol office at Alf O'Rourke Dr. While this week's rain will keep most people off the water, the re-opening of the Gladstone office will ...

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Gladstone Observer

Suns heading to Townsville for premiership points
Gladstone Observer
TOWNSVILLE will host AFL matches for premiership points in either 2019 or 2020, as the Gold Coast Suns seek to extend their reach in North Queensland. The Suns have played a match in Cairns for the past seven seasons and will continue that trend for an ...

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Heavy rainfall, flash-flooding cuts off Central Queensland roads
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
The Bedford Weir Rd, between Blackwater and Middlemount, is closed in all directions to all traffic with 160mm over flowing "hard". The Department of Transport and Main Roads flagged the road at 5.48am yesterday, with the next inspection due to day.

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Courier Mail

Queensland weather: Severe weather warning, flooding closes schools
Courier Mail
Southeast Queensland saw the back end of the rainfall yesterday and overnight, with Bundaberg and Gladstone receiving a widespread rainfall of 150mm since 9am yesterday. At Moore Park, north of Bundaberg, 119mm fell in the six hours to 7.10am.
More heavy rain ahead for soggy southern Queensland as roads flood, towns cut offABC Online

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The Queensland Times

Brazen crooks using paywave boost fraud rates
The Queensland Times
THE region's top cop has warned Gladstone residents to watch their wallets as paywave thieves drive a sharp increase in fraud across Gladstone. New crime data shows Central Queensland had the state's highest increase in fraud-related crimes in 2016-17 ...

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