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  • Monday, 12 June 2017 7:21 AM Five Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) personnel have been recognised for their commitment to community safety as part of the 2017 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

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  • Tuesday, 9 May 2017 9:51 AM National Volunteer Week is an annual celebration of the power of volunteering and has never been more relevant to Queenslanders than the months following Tropical Cyclone Debbie (TC Debbie). Read More >>

  • Tuesday, 4 April 2017 2:31 PM The Emergency Alert for parts of Logan, Scenic Rim and the Gold Coast has been CANCELLED. The Queensland Department of Communities has issued an Emergency Alert message to residents in parts of the Logan, Scenic Rim and Gold Coast local government areas. Read More >>

  • Sunday, 2 April 2017 1:59 PM The Emergency Alert for Rockhampton has been CANCELLED. An Emergency Alert has been issued by the Rockhampton Regional Council. Major flooding in the Fitzroy River catchment is expected to peak on Wednesday at 9.4 metres. Rockhampton and surrounding areas will experience major flooding. For more information listen to ABC radio, or visit www.rockhampton.qld.gov.au. For emergency flood assistance contact the State Emergency Service on 132 500. Read More >>

  • Friday, 31 March 2017 5:23 PM The Emergency Alert for Bowen and Airlie Beach has been CANCELLED. Emergency Alerts have been issued by the Whitsunday Regional Council to residents in the Bowen and Airlie Beach areas to provide advice to boil drinking water as restored water may be discoloured and contain bacteria. As a precaution, people who received the Emergency Alerts have been advised not to drink tap water.  Read More >>

  • Friday, 31 March 2017 10:31 AM The Emergency Alert for Gold Coast has been CANCELLED. The City of Gold Coast has issued an Emergency Alert to residents in parts of Alberton, Stapylton, Woongoolba, Gilberton and Steiglitz advising them to evacuate. The Albert River is set to peak in coming hours and low lying areas along the river may flood.  Read More >>

  • Friday, 31 March 2017 9:01 AM The Emergency Alert for Gold Coast has been CANCELLED. The Gold Coast City Council has issued an Emergency Alert for a flood emergency. The Albert River is set to peak in coming hours. Low lying areas along the river may flood. Read More >>

  • Friday, 31 March 2017 8:53 AM The  Emergency Alert for Logan has been CANCELLED. The Logan Local Disaster Management Group have issued an Emergency Alert for a Logan flood Emergency Warning. A 12pm flood peak is expected at Beenleigh. Read More >>

  • Friday, 31 March 2017 12:57 AM The Emergency Alert for Beaudesert has been CANCELLED. An Emergency Alert (flood warning) has been issued by Scenic Rim Regional Council for residents of Beaudesert. The Logan River is expected to peak causing major flooding at approximately 7am Friday 31 March.  Read More >>

  • Thursday, 30 March 2017 10:01 PM 

    The Emergency Alert for Jambin has been CANCELLED. An Emergency Alert message has been issued by the Banana Shire Council for residents in Jambin advising of a continued dam release at Callide Dam. The release is currently equal to the inflows but Jambin residents can still expect to be affected.

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  • Thursday, 30 March 2017 2:52 PM The Emergency Alert for Tallebudgera Valley has been CANCELLED. An Emergency Alert has been issued to the Tallebudgera Valley area by the City of Gold Coast, advising residents to prepare for short term isolation as a result of rising water levels. Residents are advised that water over local roads is a posing a danger to motorists. Read More >>

  • Thursday, 30 March 2017 1:00 PM The Emergency Alerts for Callide Dam and Kroombit Dam have been CANCELLED. Emergency Alerts have been issued by the Banana Shire Local Disaster Management Group advising that water level rises are occurring within Callide Dam and Kroombit Dam. Residents downstream of the dams are advised to monitor dam levels in case water releases are required. Read More >>

  • Thursday, 30 March 2017 8:16 AM The Emergency Alert for school closures has been CANCELLED. An Emergency Alert is being issued to advise that all schools and childcare centres between Agnes Water, south to the NSW border and west to Nanango will be closed today. Supervision will be provided for all children already at school if they cannot be collected early. Read More >>

  • Monday, 27 March 2017 6:45 PM The Emergency Alerts for Mackay area have been CANCELLED. Emergency Alerts have been issued by Mackay Regional Council directing residents in the Green and Red zones in the areas of: North Pioneer; South Pioneer; Louisa Creek; Armstrong’s Beach; Dunrock; Ball Bay; Freshwater Point; Grasstree; Half Tide and Seaforth, to evacuate immediately. Read More >>

  • Monday, 27 March 2017 4:38 PM Communities located between Cardwell and St Lawrence are asked to stay indoors as Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie approaches the coast.  Read More >>

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Queensland Premier, Police Commissioner, and the Minister for Housing and Public Works update residents of Queensland on the flooding in Rockhampton.
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