France detects ‘highly pathogenic’ bird flu outbreak – POLITICO

France has discovered a “highly pathogenic” strain of bird flu on a poultry farm near the Belgian border, the government said today. It is the first time since a serious outbreak last winter that the bird flu has been found in a French farm, the Ministry of Agriculture said in a statement, although four cases … Read more

Cattle farmers in Queensland rejoice amid a deluge of wet weather with rainy prospects into December

Queensland’s large wetlands are expected to remain until December, and while welcome for cattle farmers, others in low-lying areas of central Queensland fled their homes overnight during floods. The Bureau of Metrology’s (BOM) seven-day forecast shows no dry days ahead for Queensland. The rain will peak in the southeast today as a trough over the … Read more

Farmers devastated by floods from BC return to belly-wearing scenes

Fields in Abbotsford, BC, remained covered in water on November 23, just over a week after the ‘atmospheric river’ fell more than a month’s rain in southern BC. in less than two days.Jackie Dives / The Globe and Mail Casey Guliker burst into tears as he saw what was left on his pig farm in … Read more

An early morning evacuation order shocks small town in NSW Upper Hunter

State Emergency Service crews issued a wake-up call at 6 p.m. 2 a.m. to evacuate some Denman residents in the NSW Upper Hunter as moderate flooding ran in low-lying areas of the city. Key points: Denman’s low-lying properties were evacuated around 6 p.m. 02.00 The Hunter River at Denman peaked at 7.96 meters, but has … Read more

Meredith is stuck in Minnesota for Thanksgiving – Grey’s Anatomy – ABC

Meredith is stuck in Minnesota for Thanksgiving – Grey’s AnatomyABC Grey’s Anatomy Recap: Thanksgiving DessertVulture ‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Some fans judge Meredith and Nick’s Thanksgiving connectionShowbiz cutting tool Grey’s Anatomy Season 18 Episode 6 Review: Every Day Is a Holiday (with You)TV fanatic Summary of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Meredith spends Thanksgiving with NickWeekly entertainment news See full … Read more

AusNet’s $ 200,000 Offer for High-Voltage Transmission Cables Outrages Landowners

AusNet has released its compensation plan for landowners who are willing to give the company access to transmission lines for the Western Transmission Network Project. Key points: AusNet published an average compensation offer of $ 200,000 per. tower line for the Western Transmission Network Project The company’s new Landowners’ Guide states that it may seek … Read more

False Creek residents hope the redevelopment will preserve the neighborhood

After months of worrying about the future of their home, residents of Vancouver’s False Creek South, built in the 1970s and ’80s as an experiment in a new form of central city life, are hoping that an upcoming redevelopment will preserve the neighborhood’s original features and ideals. This redevelopment is expected to bring thousands of … Read more

Storms hit regional South Australia, damaging schools and causing extensive flooding and hail

Another eruption of wild weather has swept across southern Australia and has brought lightning floods, devastating winds, hail and power outages to large parts of the state. Key points: The storm moves from Whyalla across the central north and into the river basin Most of the 120 emergency calls come from Riverland Hail gives rise … Read more