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Place in Western Australia, Australia

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Pilbara: Place in Western Australia, Australia
The Pilbara is a large, dry, thinly populated region in the north of Western Australia. It is known for its Aboriginal peoples; its ancient landscapes; the red earth; its vast mineral deposits, in particular iron ore; and as a global biodiversity hotspot for subterranean fauna.

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'You need to bunker down': red alert as cyclone Veronica nears the coast

Authorities in the Pilbara have issued a red alert, telling residents to take shelter immediately and brace for howling winds and rising tides.
The Age - Published

Red alert as cyclone Veronica nears WA

Residents in the Pilbara region in WA are bracing for cyclone Veronica as it starts lashing the coast.
SBS - Published

Videos for Pilbara

Australia: Cyclone Veronica lashes west coast [Video]Australia: Cyclone Veronica lashes west coast

Red alert issued as the storm crawls into the Pilbara coast with damaging winds, large storm surge and flooding rains.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 01:09Published

 

WA residents brace for cyclone Veronica

Residents in the Pilbara region in WA are bracing for cyclone Veronica which is due to hit the coast on Sunday.
SBS - Published

Cyclone Veronica edges closer to WA coast

Western Australia's Pilbara is bracing for Tropical Cyclone Veronica as the category four system slowly tracks south toward the region.
SBS - Published

People sandbagging homes, buying water as Cyclone Veronica approaches WA coast

Pilbara residents are evacuating and sandbagging homes in the path of Tropical Cyclone Veronica, forecast to generate destructive wind gusts reaching 165km/h.
The Age - Published

Going carbon neutral would barely touch Woodside's huge Pilbara profits: Thinktank

The oil and gas giant could completely offset carbon emissions from North West Shelf and Pluto for a tiny 1.1-1.5 per cent of gross profits, TAI says.
The Age - Published

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