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Australia At least two homes destroyed by bushfire in northern NSW

00:00  08 november  2019
00:00  08 november  2019 Source:

Gold Coast fire that claimed homes and lodge ruled 'accidental'

  Gold Coast fire that claimed homes and lodge ruled 'accidental' No-one will be charged over a bushfire that destroyed 11 homes and the historic Binna Burra mountain lodge in the Gold Coast hinterland earlier this year. Police have ruled out arson but say September's Sarabah blaze was accidentally lit. The person responsible will not be prosecuted. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

Bushfires are burning across New South Wales , with at least three homes destroyed at Tenterfield in the far north . At Lithgow it's still an unfolding

The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) on Friday confirmed 45 houses had been destroyed in the On Friday afternoon firefighters were battling six major bushfires , all in northern NSW . The two fires joined together on Wednesday. Naomi Elwell's Rappville home was damaged and her mother's house

Two homes have reportedly been destroyed and a resident is being treated for burns from a bushfire near Walcha in northern New South Wales.

Extreme and severe fire danger have been forecast for parts of the state with total fire bans in place for five regions.

A brief cool change will drop fire weather warnings this weekend but authorities have urged another spike in conditions is forecast early next week.

Meanwhile, scorching temperatures and an increased fire danger has been creating challenging conditions for firefighters in Queensland.

Crews have been working to douse a blaze at Clumber - south of Boonah - which has been burning since early Thursday evening.

Residents across the state including the Scenic Rim, Darling Downs and Granite Belt have been urged to be on high alert.

Anxious wait as NSW bushfire rages .
Residents northwest of Sydney have been clearing up outside their homes while firefighters backburn to protect properties threatened by a blazePeople living near a huge out-of-control blaze on Sydney's northwestern outskirts face an anxious wait to see if a sprawling fire can be contained amid a forecast of blisteringly hot, dry conditions.

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