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Beautiful Places in Adelaide. US warns citizens from travelling to Australia. The United States has issued a travel advisory for potential tourists visiting Australia, warning of the risk of bushfires.
The US State Department has recommended that tourists "consider postponing their trip to affected areas until the danger of natural disaster has passed". "Even in areas not directly affected by bushfires, smoke is causing poor air quality," the State Department said in a statement. "Smoke can affect people's health and it is important for everyone to reduce exposure. " The department included the websites of state fire services and told US visitors to "monitor local news media outlets for updates". The US also warns its tourists to be aware of the risk of pickpockets, purse-snatchers and petty thieves while in Australia. "Be careful when visiting bars or clubs in the entertainment areas of major cities, as 'bar brawls' and other assaults sometimes occur," the department warns. "Also, watch out for drink spiking when consuming alcohol with unfamiliar people.
Australia bushfires live: NSW, Victoria and South Australian fires flare amid extreme conditions – latest updates. Daniel Andrews talked about the evacuation of Harrietville in that press conference.
Let me tell you about another fire in Harrietville, seven years ago. It explains a lot about the risk assessment process that is currently used by firefighters in Victoria. On 13 February 2013, firefighters Steven Kadar, 34, and Katie Peters, 19, were travelling in a convoy heading out of the Buckland Valley. They had been working on a backburning operation at the Pheasant Creek Track, a 4WD track in a heavily forested mountainous region north of Omeo. It was an alpine ash forest. They were the third and fourth firefighters to die that season. Peters was on her gap year and had picked up a summer firefighting gig.
An inquest in 2015 made ten recommendations around the need to improve communication between the fireground and incident control, two-way relaying of weather information, and improved safety provisions. Australia fires: Scott Morrison urged by British MPs to lift game on climate change efforts, crisis response. Related Article Conservative MP Pauline Latham asked the government to encourage the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association to work closely with Australian MPs "to make them much more aware of the problems of climate change in their country, as well as the world".
Tory MP Mary Robinson, who spent Christmas in Victoria, warned entire ecosystems could be lost to the fires. "The support being given at the moment is hugely important, but when the fires die down, will the government have talks with Scott Morrison and the government of Australia about the environment and how we can help in future, for the good of not only Australia but the rest of the world? " The huge fires have been headline news in Britain for several weeks and have even forced Tourism Australia to pause part of its new $15 million UK advertising campaign. Australian bushfire donations from big business worth millions but charities warn long-term assistance needed. Posted about an hour agoFri 10 Jan 2020, 8:25am Many of Australia's biggest companies and local celebrities are coughing up tens of millions of dollars to provide assistance for volunteer firefighters, emergency services personnel and fire victims.
Key points Acting CEO of the Australian Red Cross warns recovery can take years and funding support is required for the long termWarning follows several public announcements by corporate donors in recent daysAndrew Forrest insists his family foundation's assistance is a long-term project From mega-celebrities like Hollywood A-lister Chris Hemsworth, to corporate philanthropists like Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest, well known Australians and businesses have been falling over themselves to present hundreds of thousands, and in some cases tens of millions of dollars to the bushfire recovery effort.
Mr Forrest, for example, announced yesterday he will offer up $70 million through his Minderoo Foundation. 'This is a marathon not a sprint' Royal family: Australia’s brutal reaction to royal split. Royal-sceptic Australians have seized upon Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell announcement, saying it shows the monarchy “cannot be taken seriously” and is “irrelevant to modern Australia”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed they would be stepping down as “senior” royals, splitting their time between the UK and North America, and become “financially independent”. In reaction to the announcement, The Australian printed a scathing editorial today calling for an Australian republic when the Queen’s reign ends. The newspaper said swearing allegiance to the monarchy beyond then “would be an anachronism”. “Hypocritical as they are in lecturing the world on climate change while living the high life on private jets, Harry Mountbatten-Windsor and Meghan Markle have recognised something that has eluded too many conservatives in Australia for too long,” the piece reads. RELATED: Prince William’s last-ditch effort to mend feud with Harry and Meghan.