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MORE than 30 evacuees from Ayr will call Cairns home for the next two nights as they escape the fury of Cyclone Debbie down south. Great-grandmother Lua Henaway said she jumped at the chance to leave the potential destruction. “Our good mayor was asking if anyone wanted to leave the place,” she ...
THOUSANDS have been ordered to evacuate as Tropical Cyclone Debbie barrels towards the north Queensland coast, bringing 280km/h winds, flooding rain and a 4m tidal surge. Residents in low-lying areas in Bowen, Proserpine and Airlie Beach were ordered to evacuate their homes with the monster ...

THE Bureau of Meteorology has extended its cyclone watch area to include parts of central Queensland, as a low-pressure system intensifies in the Coral Sea. 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 ...
Each year from November until April, we wait to see what the Coral Sea will throw at us. From Australia's deadliest cyclone, Mahina, in 1899 to the $800m damage bill caused by Yasi in 2011, cyclones test our spirit but also highlight our resilience. This special three-part series explores how cyclones affect ...
Cyclone Ingrid was unusual in that it caused widespread damage in two states and a territory. It crossed Cape York as a category 4; intensified to a category 5 before battering coastal and island communities along the NT's Arnhem Land coast; and crossed WA's Kimberley coast as a category 4. Five people ...
Tropical Cyclone Ingrid approaches Cape York Peninsula, Australia on March 7, 2005. Tropical cyclones only form over oceans where the surface temperature has reached at least 26.5°C NASA / GSFC/ Getty Images. As Cyclone Ashobaa winds through the Arabian sea, expected to make landfall in Oman, ...

Cyclone Ingrid is the only cyclone on record to tear through all three of Australia's cyclone monitoring warning areas as a severe system. The 12-day journey took Ingrid from the Gulf of Carpentaria to the Kimberley via the Coral Sea. It crossed the Cape York and Top End coasts as a category 5 and brushed ...
Originally from Tonga, Tavake operated a hole-in-the-wall store from the family home in Wallaby Beach, an Indigenous community of about 25 houses on the outskirts of Nhulunbuy in Arnhem Land. "We had Cyclone Ingrid in 2004," said Trevor Hosie, who operates an eco-lodge on a nearby island.
CYCLONE INGRID (March 2005). This cyclone was unusual because it impacted three states and territories. It initially hit far north Queensland as a Category 4 cyclone near the Lockhart River, before intensifying to a Category 5 as it passed along the Northern Territory coastline. By the time cyclone crossed ...
Cyclone Ingrid was unusual in that it impacted three states and one territory in March 2005. It crossed the far north Queensland coast near Lockhart River as a Category four and intensified into a category five as it impacted on the Northern Territory coastline before weakening and building back up to ...
MORE than 30 evacuees from Ayr will call Cairns home for the next two nights as they escape the fury of Cyclone Debbie down south.
The Australian Defence Force will today deploy a taskforce to “save human life” and “alleviate human suffering” in support of disaster crews ...
THE Bureau of Meteorology has extended its cyclone watch area to include parts of central Queensland, as a low-pressure system intensifies in ...
Each year from November until April, we wait to see what the Coral Sea will throw at us. From Australia's deadliest cyclone, Mahina, in 1899 to ...
Cyclone Ingrid was unusual in that it caused widespread damage in two states and a territory. It crossed Cape York as a category 4; intensified ...
Tropical Cyclone Ingrid approaches Cape York Peninsula, Australia on March 7, 2005. Tropical cyclones only form over oceans where the ...
A file hand-out photo shows tropical Cyclone Ingrid as it approaches Cape York Peninsula, as pictured by the MODIS Terra on March 7, 2005 ...

... outskirts of Nhulunbuy in Arnhem Land. "We had Cyclone Ingrid in 2004," said Trevor Hosie, who operates an eco-lodge on a nearby island.
TROPICAL cyclone Ita is on its way and if history is any indication, the Category 5 cyclone could have a devastating effect in far north ...
Cyclone Ingrid was unusual in that it impacted three states and one territory in March 2005. It crossed the far north Queensland coast near ...
MORE than 30 evacuees from Ayr will call Cairns home for the next two nights as they escape the fury of Cyclone Debbie down south.
The Australian Defence Force will today deploy a taskforce to “save human life” and “alleviate human suffering” in support of disaster crews ...
DISASTER officials have urged Far North Queenslanders, particularly those new to the region, to prepare now for a cyclone crossing the coast ...
THE Bureau of Meteorology has extended its cyclone watch area to include parts of central Queensland, as a low-pressure system intensifies in ...
Each year from November until April, we wait to see what the Coral Sea will throw at us. From Australia's deadliest cyclone, Mahina, in 1899 to ...
Cyclone Ingrid was unusual in that it caused widespread damage in two states and a territory. It crossed Cape York as a category 4; intensified ...
US research that shows people take the threat of female hurricane names less seriously than male-sounding names could be investigated ...
Tropical Cyclone Ingrid approaches Cape York Peninsula, Australia on March 7, 2005. Tropical cyclones only form over oceans where the ...
A file hand-out photo shows tropical Cyclone Ingrid as it approaches Cape York Peninsula, as pictured by the MODIS Terra on March 7, 2005 ...
... outskirts of Nhulunbuy in Arnhem Land. "We had Cyclone Ingrid in 2004," said Trevor Hosie, who operates an eco-lodge on a nearby island.
... outskirts of Nhulunbuy in Arnhem Land. "We had Cyclone Ingrid in 2004," said Trevor Hosie, who operates an eco-lodge on a nearby island.
CYCLONE INGRID (March 2005). This cyclone was unusual because it impacted three states and territories. It initially hit far north Queensland ...
Cyclone Ingrid was unusual in that it caused widespread damage in two states and a territory. It crossed Cape York as a category 4; intensified to a category 5 before battering coastal and island communities along the NT's Arnhem Land coast; and ...


 

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