Hundreds of Australians evacuated in Queensland’s worst floods for decades

Guardian: At least 1,000 people have been evacuated in Queensland, including the entire population of one town, as north-eastern Australia experiences its worst flooding in decades. Two Blackhawk helicopters helped to relocate all 300 people living in the town of Theodore, and with the river of the same name still in flood, only police and essential services personnel remained in the town, according to the Queensland government. Authorities have declared half of Queensland a disaster zone, and the state......

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