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Eye of the storm: Cyclone Wentworth looms over a week of government own goals and blunders

A catalogue of own goals, blunders and bad management overwhelmed the government, as Saturday’s crucial byelection loomed over all else.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Outlier cyclone heads to Spain after slamming into Portugal

A weakened hurricane Leslie slammed into the coast of Portugal, leaving 27 people injured as it uprooted trees, brought down power lines and smashed store windows with gusting winds and heavy rain.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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Woman Uses NOAA Photos To Save Family After Hurricane Michael [Video]Woman Uses NOAA Photos To Save Family After Hurricane Michael  00:37

According to Business Insider, "One of the feel-good stories to come out of Hurricane Michael was the woman who spotted her relatives' call for help thanks to interactive maps from NOAA." The woman's..

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Over 118,000 Still Without Power In Florida And Georgia [Video]Over 118,000 Still Without Power In Florida And Georgia  00:32

More than 118,000 homes and businesses in Florida and Georgia were still without power on Friday in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, power companies said.

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Over 124,000 Homes Without Power In Florida And Georgia After Hurricane Michael [Video]Over 124,000 Homes Without Power In Florida And Georgia After Hurricane Michael  00:33

According to Reuters, more than 124,000 homes and businesses in Florida and Georgia were still without power on Friday in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. In total, more than 3.3 million customers..

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Tree Surgeons Work to Remove Debris in Panama City After Hurricane Michael [Video]Tree Surgeons Work to Remove Debris in Panama City After Hurricane Michael  03:01

Tree surgeons continued to tackle the fallen debris in Panama City, Florida on Wednesday, October 16, as the state recovered from the destruction of Hurricane Michael.This video shows volunteers from..

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Five gritty elephants swim to escape watery grave in India [Video]Five gritty elephants swim to escape watery grave in India  02:31

A herd of eight elephants was spotted trying to cross river Mahanadi near the reservoir of the dam. The incredible story of survival unfolded on October 15 near Munduli dam in Cuttack district of..

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Florida Hurricane Takes Lives Of 27 With More Expected To Be Found In Rubble [Video]Florida Hurricane Takes Lives Of 27 With More Expected To Be Found In Rubble  00:32

Hundreds of people were reported missing nearly a week after Hurricane Michael hit Florida. According to Reuters, 27 have been killed by the hurricane and more may be found by rescue teams. It is..

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Twelve dead after India cyclone landslide

A cyclone shelter has been swamped by a landslide caused by heavy rains in eastern India, with 12 people feared dead, officials said.
Credit: SBS - Published

Five dead as a powerful cyclone batters Eastern India

Category 2 Tropical Cyclone Titli has knocked over walls and trees, killing five people in eastern India's Odisha and Andhra Pradesh states.
Credit: SBS - Published

Cyclone Titli kills five in eastern India

Category 2 Tropical Cyclone Titli has knocked over walls and trees, killing five people in eastern India's Odisha and Andhra Pradesh states.
Credit: SBS - Published

Two dead as cyclone hits east Indian coast

Cyclone Titli, rated as a "very severe cyclonic storm" that could pack gusts of up to 165km/h is set to make landfall in eastern India.
Credit: SBS - Published

Indians evacuated as cyclone intensifies

Cyclone Titli, rated as a "very severe cyclonic storm" that could pack gusts of up to 165km/h is set to make landfall in eastern India.
Credit: SBS - Published

Southern Bangladesh on alert over cyclone

Cyclone Titli is moving toward the coast of Andhra and Odisha in India, but Bangladesh's authorities have advised ports and others in the country to stay alert.
Credit: SBS - Published

Three missing as cyclone hits Greece

A powerful storm dubbed Zorba has brought flash-flooding to central and eastern Greece.
Credit: SBS - Published

Cyclone Debbie claim called a 'shambles'

A Queensland man who described Youi's handling of his insurance claim after Cyclone Debbie as a shambles says his case is the tip of the iceberg.
Credit: SBS - Published

Diatreme Resources advances Cyclone Zircon Project with China talks, DFS near completion

Diatreme Resources Ltd (ASX:DRX) has progressed its flagship Cyclone Zircon Project in WA’s Eucla Basin following talks in China with potential product buyers and joint venture partners. The company..
Credit: Proactive Investors - Published

HK, southern China mop up after typhoon

China's southern regions face more heavy rainfall as tropical cyclone Mangkhut swept west after making landfall in the southeast province of Guangdong.
Credit: SBS - Published

'King of storms': Super typhoon slams into Guangdong, China

Tropical cyclone Mangkhut made landfall in the country's most populous province after killing at least 40 people in the Philippines.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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