Latest News on Australian Bushfires
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Dec 31, 2019
Australia vs New Zealand: Travis Head confident officials won't put players at risk in case of bushfire smoke in Sydney TestAustralia’s Travis Head says he is confident match officials would not put the health of players at risk if hazardous bushfire smoke impacted the third Test against New Zealand in Sydney.
Nov 22, 2019
New South Wales gasps for air as Australia's bushfire smoke reaches record levels; Sydney on list of top 10 cities with worst air pollution in the worldThe Australian state of New South Wales is gasping under the worst levels of air pollution recorded as smoke from widespread bushfires causes a spike in hospital visits and hazards including poor visibility for drivers
Nov 21, 2019
Australian PM Scott Morrison refuses to take blame for environmental policies causing unprecedented bushfires, insists govt was 'doing enough' to tackle climate changeAustralia's Prime Minister on Thursday denied his climate policies had caused unprecedented bushfires ravaging the country and insisted his government was doing enough to tackle global warming
Nov 16, 2019
Australian bushfires: Lack of rainfall likely to prolong blaze; toll rises to 4 after fire wipes out 25 lakh acres of farmlandOfficial weather forecasts predict no substantial rains for at least three months, providing grim news as firefighters battle to get more than 100 bushfires raging across the east coast under control
Nov 11, 2019
Australian bushfires: New South Wales declares fire emergency after blaze claims 3 lives, destroys 150 homesAustralia's most populous state declared a fire emergency on Monday with worsening conditions expected after wildfires have already claimed three lives and more than 150 homes.
Nov 10, 2019
Australian bushfires: Firefighters rush to prepare for 'bad, if not worse' conditions in coming days after blaze kills three, razes more than 150 housesFirefighters in eastern Australia on Sunday rushed to prepare for 'bad, if not worse' conditions expected in the coming days after ferocious bushfires devastated communities