The remnants of a powerful cyclone swept across Australia’s east coast, leaving tens of thousands of people stranded by floodwaters. The high water claimed several victims and submerged houses and roads.
As tens of thousands of people are forced out of their homes, problems aren't helped by wildlife. Offenders range from eight-legged bugs to creatures with no legs at all.
Australian media report that Denmark's crown prince was temporarily left dry over the weekend when he failed to produce the necessary ID to enter a Brisbane bar. The state of Queensland has tough liquor laws.
Some defiant residents have vowed to stay at home as Queensland braces for its the biggest cyclone in five years. Winds could reach 240 kilometers per hour and the tide could swell two and half meters above normal.
People living on Australia's tropical northeast coast are assessing the damage left by a cyclone which has battered the region. Tens of thousands of homes are without power and some areas are still completely cut off.
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