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LAKE CONJOLA, Australia (Reuters) - White cinders, a few fins and melted board skins are all that remain of Australian surfer David Ford's 260-strong collection of irreplaceable vintage surfboards.
COBARGO, Australia (Reuters) - For two weeks, builder Rod Dunn has been living at a showground in a borrowed caravan, wearing an old coat donated by a friend.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Intense thunderstorms with heavy rains dampened bushfires on Australia's east coast on Friday, to the relief of exhausted firefighters and farmers battling years of drought, and granting a reprieve to the organisers of next week's Australian Open.
BANGKOK:The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration's (BMA) Environment Office on Friday reported that levels of ultra-fine dust in Bangkok's nine business districts have exceeded the safe threshold of 50 micrograms (mcg) per cubic meter.
SYDNEY: Australia will lose billions of dollars in tourism revenue as international visitors cancel trips in droves due to bush fires raging across the country, an industry body forecast Friday (Jan 17). The number of travellers booking visits to Australia has fallen 10-20% since the fires began in September.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - More than 80% of Australian business executives believe climate change will damage their companies, a survey published on Tuesday showed.
PEKANBARU, Indonesia (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The Riau Police have fired a local police chief for his lacklustre performance in handling land and forest fires in the province's Pelalawan regency.
Jakarta: The Riau Police have fired a local police chief for his lacklustre performance in handling land and forest fires in the province’s Pelalawan regency.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A top infectious disease expert and the Ministry of Health (MOH) have said that the public should not rely on N95 masks to guard against the Wuhan virus, even as they fly off the shelves at pharmacies.
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian officials were working on Friday to extricate the bodies of three U.S. firefighters from a plane that crashed in remote bushland, as the area's "active" bushfire status complicated an investigation into the accident.