Illawarra weather update

Illawarra weather update

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Updated: 6.45pm

THE weather has been getting worse across central Queensland this afternoon.

The Brisbane-Paradise Gazette has reported a few unusual high and low temperatures throughout the state with some falling far below normal.

Some locations saw winds of up to 65kph.

The rain has dried up into cool down, as it has done since May 25, but is now mostly dissipating.

The wet spells are beginning to come at us in western Queensland with a return of rain in most places.

In Nelson and the central highlands, strong rain and strong storms have fallen into the areas of heavy rainfall thi천안안마오피스 타s afternoon, causing floods with a minimum of one metre.

The area is now saturated with rain, and rainfall amounts may rise above the 2-metre threshold in some areas.

The rain showers continued in the Nelson River valley with winds of up to 65kph which is also very heavy.

In the온라인 카지노 사이트 Nelson River’s east-north-west boundary area of north Nelson, a thunderstorm was reported as a thunderstorm on the evening of May 27 at 1am.

The weather report has said that lightning damage from thunder골드 카지노storms is widespread from 1am to 2pm today.

The Thunderstorm Thunderstorm Weather Centre has issued warnings for some areas, including East Nelson and Nelson River.

In the central highlands, the strongest storms could be heard around 8.30pm in North Bly the evening of May 27.

The National Weather Service has advised that strong thunderstorms and heavy rainfall are predicted to return with gusts of about 80mph to 90mph in the Nelson River Valley and around the Nelson-Wattle-Nelson area.

Residents were advised to be careful for mudslides.

The rain is weakening overnight and early morning but could still be heavy.

The forecast for most of the state will be dry and sunny this afternoon.

Residents angry over 130000 water wastage cuts by WA Government

Residents angry over 130000 water wastage cuts by WA Government

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The WA Government has cut 13,000 litres of water a day for the last six months because of cuts to a central distribution plant, a leading water consumer group says.

The $15.2 billion facility in Maroochydore was decommissioned in April 2010, and most of the water collected from the plant went on to other parts of the state.

But it is still running at maximum capacity and will receive a further 1.9 million litres of water daily for a full year.

But the WA Government’s decision to tap the plant for the last four months has come at an „unfortunate“ cost to the consumers, the WA Water Users Association (WAWAU), which represents water users, said.

Wai-Poon Yang is WAWAU’s director of public affairs, and believes the WA Government’s decision could cost the water consumer group hundreds of thousands of dollars.

„A lot of the customers who are complaining to us about the quality and integrity of the service are probably unaware that the WA Government has already spent close to $10 million on the old Maroochydore distribution plant,“ he said.

„We are looking at millions of dollars in new money going into that plant that we will need to run for about six months and then that plant will have to close again.

„That’s ac바카라사이트tually going to affect a significant number of our customers.“

He said while he was pleased the State Government was paying attention to al바카라l customers of the plant, customers should not expect the water supply to be always running like this.

„At the end of the day, we’re still looking to reduce water bills,“ he said.

„Some people think because the old Maroochydore plant is decommissioned it won’t need replacement, but our experience is that when the water is not being provided to customers properly and the people are using it effectively, there is significant savings and it just goes on to the system and that is going to continue to happen.

„The government has effectively done nothing to try and prevent that, so I think they are just following the people’s wishes.“더킹카지노

WA Water Users Association says its members have been calling on the State Government to address the need for water recycling since April.

„In many cases, we know there is an overspend of water by a lot of residents in a lot of homes, so we were actually encouragin