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Townsville Bulletin

North Queensland takes cover as Cyclone Debbie moves in
Townsville Bulletin
Townsville remains calm this morning, but the Bureau of Meteorology warns gusts up to 150km/h may be felt in the city as Debbie crosses the coast. Areas of heavy rain with the potential to cause severe flash flooding have developed around the Central ...
Cyclone Debbie: Dash for safety as storm smashes into coastThe Australian
Cyclone Debbie: category four storm due to hit Queensland coast – live updatesThe Guardian
Grim warning as Debbie bears down: 'This is a monster cyclone'NEWS.com.au
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Courier Mail

Queensland cyclone: Latest news, tracking for Cyclone Debbie
Courier Mail
These destructive winds may extend further northwest along the coast to Townsville and to adjacent inland areas, including Collinsville, Charters Towers, and Mount Coolon during the day today. It is possible that these destructive winds may extend ...


Courier Mail

Cyclone Queensland: Everything you need to know before Cyclone Debbie hits
Courier Mail
Queensland Rail has cancelled trains travelling to and departing from Townsville and scheduled coaches to convey passengers north of Mackay. Townsville Airport is still open and operational but Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Qantas have cancelled some ...


Townsville Bulletin

Townsville cyclone preparations
Townsville Bulletin
The Townsville Local Disaster Management Group has urged residents to begin their preparations now ahead of the expected weather event, after the group was activated this morning. Local Disaster Management Group chair Townsville Mayor Cr Jenny Hill ...
'Cyclone Debbie' predicted to hit north Queensland on MondayThe Cairns Post
Cyclone brewing in north Queensland prompting new residents to prepare earlyABC Local

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Courier Mail

Cyclone Debbie predicted to hit north Queensland on weekend
Courier Mail
The BoM's lastest tracking map has the tropical low as developing into a tropical cyclone early tomorrow and turning into a Category 3 as it approaches Townsville on Monday. Residents living along the 1000km stretch of coast between Cape Tribulation ...


Townsville Bulletin

Indigenous people admited to Townsville HHS more than anywhere else in Queensland
Townsville Bulletin
“Even though there have been a lot of admissions in Townsville, we are improving on immunisation rates.” Dr Arlett said there was still a long way to go to close the gap on indigenous health in Queensland. “These problems are not easy to solve,” he said.


Townsville Bulletin

Cyclone categories, what to expect in North Queensland
Townsville Bulletin
Cyclone categories, what to expect in North Queensland. STAFF WRITERS, Townsville Bulletin. March 23, 2017 10:14pm. CYCLONE CATEGORIES: WHAT TO EXPECT. • CATEGORY 1 [ Less than 125km/h ]. • Negligible house damage. Damage to some ...


Fox Sports

Cowboys, Rabbitohs bracing for Cyclone Debbie but NRL expect game to go ahead
Fox Sports
A CYCLONE may be about to hit North Queensland but the Cowboys aren't too concerned — they're bracing for a collision course with South Sydney on Friday. Cyclone Debbie was upgraded to a severe category three on Monday ... While meteorologists are ...

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Townsville Bulletin

Cox focus only on Queensland
Townsville Bulletin
Mr Cox said the WA election result had nothing to do with North Queensland. “I'm not concerned about Western Australia,” he said. “My focus in North Queensland is what we are getting from the two major parties is a blank space. “My focus is on the ...


Townsville Bulletin

Billions in investment projects to be unlocked for North Queensland
Townsville Bulletin
But Ms Palaszczuk said the mine was now just the beginning for the company, with interest ramping up for investment in agriculture and solar technology for prime locations such as the state's North. “There is enormous opportunity for Queensland in ...

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