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Top brokers name 3 dividend shares to buy today

The Bank of Queensland Limited (ASX:BOQ) dividend is one of three that top brokers think investors should be buying today. Here’s why…
Motley Fool

Power outages in SEQ to continue for days

Pockets of southeast Queensland could be without power for several days as crews struggle with access issues as they work to restore the network.
SBS

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News video: Multiple People and Pets Rescued From Flood-Stricken Beaudesert

Multiple People and Pets Rescued From Flood-Stricken Beaudesert 00:53

State Emergency Service crews rescued residents living in flooded parts of Beaudesert, west of Brisbane, early on Friday, March 31, as the region was lashed by heavy rainfall.Andrew Jack, who filmed..
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News video: Australian Jet-Skiers Take Advantage of Dog Park Submerged by Cyclone Debbie

Australian Jet-Skiers Take Advantage of Dog Park Submerged by Cyclone Debbie 00:52

Queensland daredevils Ryan Jarman and Cameron Binstead took advantage of a unique opportunity to jet-ski in a Pacific Pines dog park flooded by Cyclone Debbie on March 30. Credit: Ryan Jarman via..
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News video: These Australian Guys Are Winning Cyclone Debbie

These Australian Guys Are Winning Cyclone Debbie 00:41

Cyclone Debbie is terrorizing parts of Australia, but some are making the most of it with these crazy water sports. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) shows us.
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News video: Australians bring out jet skiis in Cyclone Debbie floods

Australians bring out jet skiis in Cyclone Debbie floods 00:37

Extreme weather in Australia has forced the evacuation of around 40,000 people, but some sports lovers appear to be enjoying the floods.
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News video: Floodwaters Flow Through Swamped Car in Queensland

Floodwaters Flow Through Swamped Car in Queensland 02:02

Flooding struck many parts of Queensland, including Bald Hills near Brisbane, on March 30. The floodwater reached depths capable of submerging cars in some areas, as seen in this video. The..
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Premier defends timing of school closure

Queensland's Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she closed schools in the state's southeast as soon as she was advised of record downpours and flooding.
SBS

Tens of thousands told to flee as floods swamp Australian town

Cyclone Debbie hit as a Category Four storm in the north of tropical Queensland state on Tuesday, smashing tourist resorts, bringing down power lines, flattening canefields and shutting down coal..
DNA

Comet Ridge to update from gas project in Queensland

Comet Ridge (ASX:COI) has been granted a trading halt by the ASX, pending an update on progress from the Mahalo Block in Queensland. The halt will remain in place until the opening of trade on Tuesday..
Proactive Investors

Flooding hits south-east Queensland rivers in wake of Cyclone Debbie

Record flood levels expected across rivers in south-east Queensland in Cyclone Debbie's aftermath.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Beaudesert hit with record floods

Residents in Beaudesert in southeast Queensland have been told to move to higher ground ahead of major flooding in the Logan River as the waters rise.
SBS

Queensland Sees Sharks, Floods Brought by Cyclone Debbie

Cyclone Debbie not only brought floods to Queensland, but a bull shark also washed up to shore after the tropical storm swept across the Australian coast on Tuesday.
Newsmax

Ex-cyclone Debbie forces Queensland evacuations

ex-cyclone debbie forces queensland evacuations
Residents who live on high enough ground have been told not to venture into the floods because of sharks and snakes in the water.
BBC News

Bull sharks in floodwaters become real threat after Cyclone Debbie

bull sharks in floodwaters become real threat after cyclone debbie
A journalist covering the flooding in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie in Queensland, Australia, came across a shocking sight near the town of Ayr, about 8 miles from the coast: a bull shark in the..
GrindTV

Scott pressures Thurston for new deal

North Queensland prop Matt Scott says he has already put the heat on fellow co-captain Johnathan Thurston to follow his lead and re-sign with the NRL club.
SBS

Sabre-tooth fish injects predators with heroin-like venom

sabre-tooth fish injects predators with heroin-like venom
Scientists at the University of Queensland found that the fang blenny's venom puts predators into a dizzy stupor that allows the small fish to escape unharmed.
MailOnline

Cyclone Debbie dumps bull shark in the middle of Northern Australian road

Queensland Fire and Emergency services tweeted a picture warning people to 'not go back in the water'
Independent

A Cyclone Just Left A Shark On The Streets Of Australia

A shark was found on the streets of Queensland, Australia, shortly after a powerful cyclone pounded the country’s northeastern coast this week, immediately inspiring people to make jokes about the..
Huffington Post

'Stay out of floodwater': Shark washes up on street after Australian cyclone

Tropical Cyclone Debbie swept through Queensland, Australia on Tuesday, bringing with it extensive flooding, major waves and an unexpected shark.
CTV News

Cyclone Debbie Leaves Shark Behind

In a bizarre tale straight from the movie Sharknado, a shark was found on an Australian inland road, apparently washed up by a major storm. Two days after cyclone Debbie slammed into Australia’s..
VOA News

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