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For more news visit â english.ntdtv.com Our top story today--flooding in the Australian state of Queensland is causing havoc for thousands of residents there. The state's premier says the flood emergency is far from over, as rising waters lead to more evacuations. Thousands have been evacuated across Queensland, Australia in what has become one of the worst ever flood disasters to hit the state. Farmlands and homes are inundated, and hundreds of roads are impassable. Rescuers have been airlifting residents to safety. Evacuees spent the night in makeshift shelters; many were unable to salvage their belongings. [Unknown Evacuee] "Quite literally most of us, the clothes we are in, that's it. That's all we have got." [Unknown Evacuee]: "We just take it day by day and helping each other out as much as we can." Queensland premier Anna Bligh said the tragedy is far from over. [Anna Bligh, Queensland Premier]: "We've still got a number of communities that are facing the prospect of increased flooding over the next couple of the days. So, this disaster that's unfolding on an unprecedented scale is far from over." The town of Theodore, now declared a disaster zone, is empty. All 400 of its residents were evacuated to a nearby mining town. Low lying areas of the town of Bundaberg were the heaviest affected, with shops and houses drowning in rising waters. Locals could do nothing but count their losses. [Bundaberg Resident]: "Ah there is an easy two to three hundred thousand worth <b>...</b>
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The recent floods have devastated 75% of Queensland since late 2010. This montage of photos was taken by Bundaberg Distillery worker Richard Pugh following flooding in and around Bundaberg during Christmas 2010. In the words of Queensland Premier Anna Bligh "We are Queenslanders. We're the people that they breed tough, north of the border. We're the ones that they knock down, and we get up again"
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The Way It Was - Volume 1 Take a journey, back in time. Aboard The way it was DVD series. In volume one we see historic films of the railways of Queensland like never before... Widescreen 16:9 enables a high resolution digital presentation of some of the rarest and most interesting films ever captured. Trams and trains at Dutton Park, STEAM, DIESEL and early electric passenger trains. We take a very rare trip aboard a PB15 hauled train along the now long closed government tramway to Barakula. We see Central Station throughout the years including the demolition of the Old awning above the platforms & the complete reconstruction of the station. We transition from Steam, to Diesel and onto Electrification. We view Brisbane Suburban Workings with scenes on the Beenleigh, Ipswich, Caboolture and the Cleveland lines. There are Standard Gauge Workings including the final Brisbane Limited and The first XPT. Theres numerous scenes in the Gladstone area of Sunlanders, Special Electrification commissioning trains, rare EMU services, Diesel hauled EMU movements, & regular coal workings and Stock trains. Various classes haul Fisherman Islands and the closed Brisbane Valley Branch. Theres scenes at Bundaberg and Cooroy. Steam Hauled goods and Diesel Hauled cattle trains the the Abatoirs branch at Cannon Hill and Coal trains at Swanbank. We then take a journey aboard 1901 and travel a regular service to Kilcoy, all the way from Caboolture, filmed using multiple cameras including driver <b>...</b>
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This video shows the flight from Bundaberg, Queensland, to Lady Elliot Island and a few impressions of the island itself. The Island was discovered in 1816 and named by Captain Thomas Stuart after the vessel Lady Elliot. The Flight was actually from Hervey Bay with stopover in Bundaberg. You will get the most beautiful impressions when snorkeling or diving. Dieses Video zeigt den Flug von Bundaberg, Queensland, zur Insel "Lady Elliot" und einige Eindrücke der Insel selbst. Die Insel wurde 1816 entdeckt und von Captain Thomas Stuart nach dem Schiff "Lady Elliot" benannt. Der Flug war eigentlich von Hervey Bay aus mit Zwischenstopp in Bundaberg. Die schönsten Eindrücke bekommt man allerdings beim Schnorcheln oder Tauchen. See also: Lady Elliot - Cinderella Island (Parts 1 to 3) by user OzPix: www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com
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Holiday in Bundaberg Queensland. Went flying with my Brother Bob in a Jabiru aircraft, from Bundaberg to Elliott Heads, Woodgate, to Childers, to Pine Creek and back to the airport.
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Bundaberg,is a charming region of pristine beaches and coral islands. Its an easy four-hour drive north of Brisbane. Bundaberg is the type of place where you can slow down, relax, and embrace life. It is also the southern gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, the region boasts an unspoiled 140km sandy coastline, several national parks and coral cays, all which are awaiting your discovery. For more information on some of the great experiences that we featured please visit the websites listed below Bundaberg Information Centre www.bundabergregion.org Mon Repo Turtle expérience http Lady Elliot Island www.ladyelliot.com.au
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In the air, and on the ground viewing the Queensland Floods. Images from Brisbane, Toowoomba, Lockyer Valley, Ipswich, Rockhampton, Emerald and Bundaberg
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Burnett Heads seaside community on the Burnett River near Bundaberg. Headland lighthouse on Coral Sea, Queensland, Australia
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Preview of Mike_margaret's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor⢠TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Bundaberg, Australia Entry Title: "Bundy Belle, Bundy Bear, Bundy Rum and Bargara" Entry: "BUNDABERG 26 TO 29 JULY, 2010 After two beautiful sunny days in 1770, it was raining when we left at 8.30am. Even though only a short drive to Bundaberg, there was no point in hanging around in the rain after saying goodbye to Trudy and Hartmund, our neighbours, who are from Victoria. For the first half of the trip, we drove through bush, cattle country and fruit orchards, and we were then back in the cane fields. A lot of cane is needed to make the Bundaberg Rum and all that sugar that appears in little packets of Bundaberg sugar on the tables in the coffee shops and the larger bags of Bundaberg sugar in the supermarkets. As we approached Bundaberg we noticed that the railway lines were now electrified and this is the first time we have seen that for a long time...getting very civilized! It took us about an hour and a half to get to our new caravan park with no reason on the way to stop. We were soon set up on our comfortable en-suite slab site surrounded by grass. The en-suite was available at this caravan park and at a reasonable price, so a nice change to traipsing across to the amenities which recently have not been close to our caravan. This caravan park is across the road from a sugar <b>...</b>
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Take the QR Tilt Train to Bundaberg. Settled in the 1860's Bundaberg has a rich history. The sugar cane industry began here and with it a large influx of South Sea Islanders who worked here. Between 1860 and 1904 60000 islanders worked the fields. Take a tour to discover more. For more on holidaying in Queensland, visit www.queenslandholidays.com.au. For Bundaberg information, head to http
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Queensland vegetable producer Barbera Farms collapses, high debt levels to blame - The Australian Tweet this news
The Australian--Barbera Farms employs more than 500 people and grows produce at -Bundaberg- and Childers in southern -Queensland- and Bowen in the state's north. The receivers, Justin Walsh and Chris Munday, partners at accounting firm Ernst & - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 04:19:40 GMT+00:00
Macadamia processor takes crack at Qld market - Queensland Business Review Tweet this news
Queensland Business Review--CNA (trading as Pacific Gold) operates the only macadamia processing plant in the rapidly-growing macadamia region of -Bundaberg- in southern -Queensland-, which is expected to produce about 40 percent of Australia's macad - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 01:23:31 GMT+00:00
Missing sailor presumed dead - Bundaberg NewsMail Tweet this news
Bundaberg NewsMail--The ship was about 180km north-east of -Bundaberg- when the man fell overboard. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority handed the matter over the -Queensland- Police Service after the search was called off. The vessel was directed to - Date : Mon, 11 Apr 2011 16:08:54 GMT+00:00
Price rise cold comfort for flood-hit growers - ABC Online Tweet this news
ABC Online--The group representing fruit and vegetable growers in -Bundaberg- in southern -Queensland- says a rise in prices has been no consolation for many flood-affected farmers. Figures from the TD-Securities Melbourne Institute Monthly Inflation ... - Date : Mon, 04 Apr 2011 23:14:08 GMT+00:00
For she's a jolly Food Fellow - ABC Online Tweet this news
ABC Online--"Here in -Queensland- we send it out in a brown box, we just forget to put -Queensland- or -Bundaberg- or whatever the branding is on it. "There is an enormous amount of pride in a chef knowing where his produce is coming fro - Date : Wed, 13 Apr 2011 01:04:04 GMT+00:00
Rural News and Information for ABC Wide Bay, Tuesday April 12, 2011 - ABC Local Tweet this news
ABC Local--In major sugar industry news, marketing group -Queensland- Sugar Limited has been revealed as one of the mystery groups buying up Tully Sugar shares. It's paid $41 a share to secure another four per cent of Tully Sugar. ... - Date : Mon, 11 Apr 2011 20:58:27 GMT+00:00
Rural News and Information for ABC Wide Bay, Monday April 11, 2011 - ABC Local Tweet this news
ABC Local--Olive growers from southern -Queensland- have met over the weekend to discuss the proposed introduction of an industry levy. Australian Olive Association representatives spoke with growers at Gin Gin, Goomeri and Lowood as ... - Date : Sun, 10 Apr 2011 21:20:17 GMT+00:00
Dempsey set for new challenge - Bundaberg NewsMail Tweet this news
Bundaberg NewsMail--STATE Member for -Bundaberg- Jack Dempsey says he is ready to get on with the job as shadow mining and resource management minister in LNP leader Campbell Newman's new team. Mr Dempsey, who has previously been the shadow minister - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 03:37:38 GMT+00:00
Sugar backlog slowly clearing from Bundaberg port - ABC Online Tweet this news
ABC Online--A 120000-tonne stockpile of sugar that's been stored at the Port of -Bundaberg- since last year is slowly being shipped offshore. The south-east -Queensland- port reopened earlier this month after a successful dredging operation, followin - Date : Tue, 22 Mar 2011 23:14:41 GMT+00:00
LNP says Steve in Burnett seat - Bundaberg NewsMail Tweet this news
Bundaberg NewsMail--He is a past president of the Rotary Club of -Bundaberg- Sunrise and the current chairman of the local Rotary Youth Exchange program. Mr Bennett, who was the only candidate for preselection for Burnett on Saturday, will now seek to rep - Date : Sun, 27 Mar 2011 16:01:42 GMT+00:00



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