Category: Weather

Sunshine state not so sunny

Queensland is being drenched by the heaviest rainfall since Cyclone Debbie. Hardest hit, the state’s north. While wet weather in Brisbane is already disrupting some major local events. Kristopher Anderson reports.

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Foggy start hits Brisbane flights

Brisbane woke to a thick blanket of fog Monday. It caused chaos for commuters, with vision restricted to about 50 metres in some suburbs. Zarisha Bradley reports.

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NAPLAN nerves on pen and paper

Queensland students have begun their NAPLAN tests. And it’s still being done with pencil and paper because the government postponed online assessments. Reece D’Alessandro reports.

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Study provides better insight into flood management

The cost and heartbreak of flooding could soon be less painful. A comprehensive study released today is providing councils and insurers, with more relevant flood management information. Jenny Archdall reports.

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Brisbane’s Regional Flavours Festival offers farmers a helping hand

Queensland’s producers hard hit by Cyclone Debbie are hoping a yearly festival will boost sales. It will be held in July, but already farmers are urging foodies to support them at the Regional Flavours Festival. Maudy Veltema reports.

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Report shows foreign spies hacked Weather Bureau

A report released today says a foreign power was responsible for hacking the Weather Bureau. Experts believe other departments have been compromised as well. Samantha Chariton reports. 

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Queenslanders urged to prepare for storm season

With storm season fast approaching, Queenslanders are being warned to prepare for the worst. The Bureau of Meteorology predicts the state will see increased flash flooding and more cyclones than usual over the summer. Lily Nothling reports.

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Wild weekend weather hits South East Queensland

The clean up from a violent storm which hit Brisbane’s southern suburbs late yesterday is continuing. Our first storm of the season struck in dramatic fashion, ripping roofs off houses, downing trees and blacking out tens of thousands of homes.

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SA hit by wild weather and a political storm

South Australians are preparing for another night of wild weather as they recover from the worst storm in half a century. Politicians around the country today weighed into the debate over what caused an unprecedented mass blackout. The Prime Minister

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South Australia braces for wild weather

South Australia is bracing for the worst storms in 70 years. The weather bureau has forecast floods and winds to reach 90 kilometres an hour. Dominic Shumilin reports.

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