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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Firefighters gear up for four more weeks battling Tasmanian bushfiresTasmanian bushfires: Firefighters gear up for at least four more weeks battling
Firefighters gear up for four more weeks battling Tasmanian bushfires
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 minutes ago
Tasmanian bushfires: Firefighters gear up for at least four more weeks battling blazes The Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) has planned for another month of bushfire operations, but is expecting blazes to continue burning in remote areas for weeks... Read more
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News.com.au
Sandy Bay blaze under controlA FIRE at a property in Sandy Bay has been brought under control, a witness say
Sandy Bay blaze under control
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
A FIRE at a property in Sandy Bay has been brought under control, a witness says. The witness who reported the fire at 7am said it quickly took hold in the garage of house in Margaret St, near a yacht club. The Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) said the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Climate change fire warningA TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to
Climate change fire warning
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously... Read more
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News.com.au
Smoky conditions for parts of stateSMOKE from bushfires burning on Tasmania’s West Coast will be visible today acr
Smoky conditions for parts of state
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
SMOKE from bushfires burning on Tasmania’s West Coast will be visible today across the northern and western parts of the state. Communities around Zeehan, Smithton, Burnie and the Tamar Valley may experience smoky conditions throughout the day. The... Read more
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The North West Star
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | PollTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | Poll
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patternsTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patternsTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patternsTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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The Courier
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | PollTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | Poll
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | PollTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | Poll
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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The Young Witness
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patternsTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Western Advocate
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | PollTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | Poll
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | PollTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | Poll
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Manning River Times
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | PollTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | Poll
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | PollTasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cit
Cities could burn: Fire expert warns of changing climate patterns | Poll
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
Tasmanian fire expert David Bowman warns that climate change could harm our cities. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. University of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Climate change fire warningA TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to
Climate change fire warning
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Climate change fire warningA TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to
Climate change fire warning
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Climate change fire warningA TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to
Climate change fire warning
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously... Read more
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The Young Witness
Climate change fire warningA TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to
Climate change fire warning
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously... Read more
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Western Advocate
Climate change fire warningA TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to
Climate change fire warning
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously impacting the state’s cities in the future. A TASMANIAN fire expert has warned that changing climate patterns could lead to bushfires seriously... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Arson attacks in Tasmanian town could become deadly, police warnPrimrose Sands arson attacks could become deadly, Tasmanian police warn A spat
Arson attacks in Tasmanian town could become deadly, police warn
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Primrose Sands arson attacks could become deadly, Tasmanian police warn A spate of arson attacks has prompted high-profile and covert police operations in the Tasmanian seaside town of Primrose Sands. Police say is only a matter of time before... Read more
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Herald Sun
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there'
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. Tasmania Fire Service chief... Read more
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Weekly Times
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there'
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn
Weekly Times / Posted 5 days ago
Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. Tasmania Fire Service chief... Read more
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News.com.au
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burnINTERSTATE and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
INTERSTATE and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. TASMANIA Fire Service chief officer Gavin Freeman says he's confident... Read more
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News.com.au
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there'
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. Tasmania Fire Service chief... Read more
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Perth Now
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there'
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. Tasmania Fire Service chief... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there'
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. Tasmania Fire Service chief... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there'
Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burn
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. Tasmania Fire Service chief... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmania's wilderness the battleground for remote area fire crewsTasmania's wilderness the battleground for remote area firefighting crews Remo
Tasmania's wilderness the battleground for remote area fire crews
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Tasmania's wilderness the battleground for remote area firefighting crews Remote area firefighters have been working in Tasmania's World Heritage-listed wilderness since fires ignited several weeks ago. They are deep within the south west... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian heritage area bushfire damage to be assessedTasmanian bushfires: Damage to Wilderness World Heritage Area to be assessed by
Tasmanian heritage area bushfire damage to be assessed
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Tasmanian bushfires: Damage to Wilderness World Heritage Area to be assessed by specialists Two teams of scientists and bushfire experts are due to start investigating the extent of damage fires have wrought on Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Bushfires take toll on Tas wildernessAlmost two per cent of Tasmania's World Heritage Wilderness Area has been destr
Bushfires take toll on Tas wilderness
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 days ago
Almost two per cent of Tasmania's World Heritage Wilderness Area has been destroyed by bushfire, authorities say. Crews are still playing catch-up to contain scores of blazes which were started more than a fortnight ago by dry lightning strikes,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian fire crews optimistic with favourable conditions forecastTasmanian fires: Crews expected to gain upper hand with favourable conditions f
Tasmanian fire crews optimistic with favourable conditions forecast
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Tasmanian fires: Crews expected to gain upper hand with favourable conditions forecast Tasmanian firefighters expect to make considerable progress on more than 50 blazes burning out of control in the state's west and north, with favourable... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rain in Tasmania helps and hinders crews battling bushfiresHeavy rain in Tasmania helps and hinders crews battling bushfires Heavy rain i
Rain in Tasmania helps and hinders crews battling bushfires
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Heavy rain in Tasmania helps and hinders crews battling bushfires Heavy rain in parts of Tasmania has both helped and hindered crews fighting bushfires in remote areas. The Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) said rain in some areas had not been able to... Read more
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International Business Times
Australia: Tasmania's fossil forests that pre-date dinosaurs destroyed by bushfires Bushfires in the island state of Tasmania, south of Australia, have destroyed p
Australia: Tasmania's fossil forests that pre-date dinosaurs destroyed by bushfires
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
Bushfires in the island state of Tasmania, south of Australia, have destroyed parts of ancient forests that originated much before the age of the dinosaurs. Conservationists are afraid that the raging fires may entirely engulf the prehistoric... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'This is system collapse': Fire ravages world heritage areaTasmania fires: First images of World Heritage Area devastation emerge, show si
'This is system collapse': Fire ravages world heritage area
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Tasmania fires: First images of World Heritage Area devastation emerge, show signs of 'system collapse' The first images to emerge from within Tasmania's fire-affected World Heritage Area (WHA) have illustrated the level of destruction caused by... Read more
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Rappler
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forestsLOST FOREVER? World Heritage-listed forests that trace their origins back to th
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forests
Rappler / Posted 10 days ago
LOST FOREVER? World Heritage-listed forests that trace their origins back to the supercontinent Gondwana have been burnt by Australian bushfires raging for more than two weeks, with conservationists increasingly fearful they could be lost forever.... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forestsSYDNEY - World Heritage-listed forests whose origins pre-date the age of the di
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forests
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 10 days ago
SYDNEY - World Heritage-listed forests whose origins pre-date the age of the dinosaurs are being destroyed by raging Australian bushfires, with conservationists increasingly fearful they could be lost forever. A Tasmania Fire Service image of a... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forestsIn this photo provided by the New South Wales Rural Fire Service a wildfire nea
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forests
Inquirier.net / Posted 10 days ago
In this photo provided by the New South Wales Rural Fire Service a wildfire near Deans Gap, Australia, crosses the Princes Highway Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013. AP File Photo/NSW Rural Fire Service SYDNEY, Australia—World Heritage-listed forests whose... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forests This handout photo taken on January 28, 2016 by Warren Frey and released to A
Australia bushfires raze ancient World Heritage-listed forests
Manila Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
This handout photo taken on January 28, 2016 by Warren Frey and released to AFP via the Tasmania Fire Service shows a raging bushfire behind Arthur River township in the Australian state... Read more
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News.com.au
Storms fail to help firefightersTasmania Fire Service member putting out spot fires near Arthur River. Bushfire
Storms fail to help firefighters
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Tasmania Fire Service member putting out spot fires near Arthur River. Bushfires around North West Tasmania. Picture: NIKKI DAVIS-JONES FIREFIGHTERS in Tasmania are set to launch a renewed assault on bushfires which have torn through the state’s... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rain fails to help Tasmanian bushfires as Temma alert downgradedTasmanian fires: Crews back-burn in north-west as rain fails to help Photo: Fi
Rain fails to help Tasmanian bushfires as Temma alert downgraded
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Tasmanian fires: Crews back-burn in north-west as rain fails to help Photo: Firefighters have used a slight improvement in weather conditions to backburn and attempt to create containment lines in Tasmania's far north west. (Supplied: TFS/ W... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Firefighters take advantage of better conditions across TasmaniaTasmania fires: Crews take advantage of better weather conditions Photo: Firef
Firefighters take advantage of better conditions across Tasmania
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Tasmania fires: Crews take advantage of better weather conditions Photo: Firefighting efforts are continuing to concentrate on the Arthur River area where several shack communities were threatened during the week. (Supplied: TFS/ W Frey) Improved... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Lightning sparks more blazes in north-west TasmaniaTasmanian fires: Lightning strikes spark more blazes after rain fails to douse
Lightning sparks more blazes in north-west Tasmania
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
Tasmanian fires: Lightning strikes spark more blazes after rain fails to douse flames Photo: Firefighters are still trying to control a blaze in Tasmania's far north west, as other blazes pop up to the west after a lightning storm. (Supplied: Ashley... Read more
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News.com.au
Lightning could mean more Tas fires Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightn
Lightning could mean more Tas fires
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightning strikes feared to have started even more blazes. As 42 fires continued to rage out of control on Thursday afternoon, a thunder and... Read more
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Perth Now
Lightning could mean more Tas fires Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightn
Lightning could mean more Tas fires
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightning strikes feared to have started even more blazes. As 42 fires continued to rage out of control on Thursday afternoon, a thunder and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Lightning could mean more Tas fires Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightn
Lightning could mean more Tas fires
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightning strikes feared to have started even more blazes. As 42 fires continued to rage out of control on Thursday afternoon, a thunder and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Lightning could mean more Tas fires Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightn
Lightning could mean more Tas fires
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightning strikes feared to have started even more blazes. As 42 fires continued to rage out of control on Thursday afternoon, a thunder and... Read more
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Weekly Times
Lightning could mean more Tas fires Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightn
Lightning could mean more Tas fires
Weekly Times / Posted 12 days ago
Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightning strikes feared to have started even more blazes. As 42 fires continued to rage out of control on Thursday afternoon, a thunder and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Lightning could mean more Tas fires Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightn
Lightning could mean more Tas fires
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Tasmania is facing a growing battle against bushfires with a series of lightning strikes feared to have started even more blazes. As 42 fires continued to rage out of control on Thursday afternoon, a thunder and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)Television Australia Wide The Killing Season Planet America Arts & Culture
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Television Australia Wide The Killing Season Planet America Arts & Culture Corrections & Clarifications Religion & Ethics The Weather Man Antony Green's Election Blog Frankford Police say a person has died after a crash between a truck and... Read more
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