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Floodwaters are receding in Queensland.
Cockatoos, turtles and the little lorikeet that could (we hope).
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'You will be turned away if you are attending as a disaster tourist.'
Residents will still be getting around in tinnies for a few days yet.
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They're smarter than you think.
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The focus now turns to the clean-up effort.
Five people have died and three people are still missing as floodwaters wreak havoc on Queensland and northern New South Wales. Rockhampton was preparing for what could be its worst-ever flooding in t...
You can't keep a good Aussie down.
That's one-and-a-half times Melbourne's annual rainfall in a couple of days
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"The vehicle was submerged and the water... had reached the roof."
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75 people have been killed and tens of thousands are homeless.
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Some communities have been cut off for days.
But residents should remain vigilant, officials said Tuesday.