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Adelaidemagicmemories.soup. Australia weather: Rain forecast for multiple states battling bushfires. Significant rain is forecast to fall across multiple Australian states bringing much needed respite after a week of catastrophic bushfire weather conditions.
The New South Wales Bureau of Meteorology estimates up to 100mm of rain will fall across parts of the state in the coming days. NSW RFS says if forecast conditions eventuate the rain would provide a much-needed break for firefighters and communities struggling with hundreds of devastating bushfires. "This will be all of our Chirstmas, birthday, engagement, anniversary, wedding and graduation presents rolled into one," NSW RFS said in a tweet.
Rainfall predicted for NSW, ACT, Victoria and Queensland After weeks of severe bushfire conditions, rain is expected to sweep across Australia eastern states throughout the week. A large trough is deepening through eastern parts of Australia with rainfall expected across central Victoria and central and eastern parts of Queensland and NSW. "Looking at summer as a whole we have even further. Emergency payments for people affected by Australia's bushfires 'seriously inadequate' Australia’s peak welfare body is calling on the federal government to immediately boost emergency payments for those affected by bushfires, saying it is concerned the current amount is “seriously inadequate”.
The Australian Council of Social Service chief executive, Cassandra Goldie, has written to the prime minister, Scott Morrison, with a range of recommendations the organisation says are urgently needed to help provide relief to those affected by the bushfire crisis that has destroyed more than 2,000 homes. “It is vital that the federal government continues to play its role providing adequate support to the thousands of people so badly affected,” Goldie said. “Acoss is very concerned that the current Disaster Recovery Payment is seriously inadequate, particularly for people on lower incomes and with fewer assets, family and friends to secure transport, alternative housing options and immediate recovery resources.” Australia vs India 2020 one-day international cricket series, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell snubbed. Australia takes on India this week in its first one-day international assignment since being knocked out in the World Cup semi-finals.
We look at the questions the team must answer this series. Having unearthed Marnus Labsuchagne, selectors have a wealth of credit in the bank. Whatever happens this series, that is unlikely to change. However, with snubbed Melbourne Stars duo Marcus Stoinis and Glenn Maxwell laying waste to bowlers in the Big Bash League, the selectors could do with the likes of Ashton Turner or Peter Handscomb stepping up. Stoinis' swashbuckling ton Justin Langer’s advice for Stoinis after his axing was simple. “He’d be the first to admit he’s in there as a batting all-rounder and his batting results haven’t been up to the standards he would expect and we’d expect from him,” Langer said.
“He’s done a really good job with the ball at different parts, and particularly with his side injuries during the World Cup – really courageous performances. Stoinis has responded perfectly. Veteran firefighter Bill Slade mourned as calmer conditions help Australia's fireys. Firefighters in Victoria have mourned the loss of a veteran as calmer conditions allowed firefighters across three states to strengthen containment lines for the hundreds of fires still going across the country.
On Sunday, authorities confirmed Bill Slade, a veteran firefighter with more than 40 years’ experience, had been killed by a falling tree while working to contain a fire near Omeo on Saturday, bringing the death toll from bushfires in the state to four. Matt Jackson, the chief executive of Parks Victoria, said Slade was a much-loved colleague, friend and member of the Wonthaggi community. Slade had recently been presented with recognition for his 40 years of service in land management and fire management.
“At 60 years of age, working as an arduous firefighter, Bill has been one of our most experienced, long-serving and fittest firefighters,” Jackson said. The cooler days in Victoria since Friday had allowed firefighters to strengthen containment lines. Australia's best fundies for 2019. Coalition MPs split over Scott Morrison's apparent shift on climate policy. Moderate Liberals have seized on Scott Morrison’s apparent shift on climate change policy to argue the government will do more to cut emissions, as some conservatives push back against any “symbolism” that could damage the economy.
In a sign of the challenge facing the prime minister as he seeks to “evolve” climate change policy, government MPs have split over the prime minister’s comments on the weekend that the Coalition wanted to reduce emissions “even further” than current commitments. While saying Australia’s 2030 emission reduction targets remain government policy, Morrison said he wanted to do “better” and would only rely on the use of carryover credits from the Kyoto protocol if needed.
Australia is the only country relying on carryover credits to meet its Paris 2030 target of 26% to 28% of 2005 levels by 2030, which critics say do not represent the cuts required to limit global warming to as close to 1.5C as possible. “I’m working on influencing that agenda.