5 pairs of DeeVine Minis to give away tonight! It's as simple as following the rules on the image & checking back in after 9pm to see if its you. Tag & Share the love if you'd like to & keep everything crossed that it's you. Prize includes postage if required. Good Luck xo
"MasterChef changed my life drastically". We catch up with where Reynold Poernomo is on his food journey now, after wowing us in Season 7 with his magical desserts. https://tenplay.com.au/masterchefsuccess
8-year-old Carter Blanchard has a skin condition called vitiligo, and hated the way he looked -- until he met 13-year-old Labrador Rowdy, who was diagnosed with the same condition. The two have developed a gorgeous friendship and now Carter feels way more confident in his own skin. How beautiful are they both? <3 #sun7
TROPICAL CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT UPDATE #2 Posted: 7:15 am EST on Wednesday 22 March 2017 [Please Like/Share]
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Good morning everyone. Computer modelling has remained consistent overnight, with EVERY major computer model now predicting a cyclone will develop, except for one.
-- CURRENTLY -- This system has already formed as a tropical low up near Papua New Guinea currently.
-- IN THE NEXT 3 DAYS -- Over the next 3 days, the low is predicted to slowly start to drift towards Queensland from Papua New Guinea while gradually increasing in strength.
By Saturday afternoon or night, the system should be strong enough to increase into a Tropical Cyclone.
-- THE DAYS AFTER -- After the system develops into a cyclone, all computer modelling predicts the system will move towards Queensland as a tropical cyclone.
Each computer model predicts the cyclone approaching a different part of the coastline at this stage, and a different category of intensity.
So there's no point predicting specific locations or strengths.
-- DISCLAIMER -- This information is provided as an early "heads up" of the risk of a tropical cyclone developing.
Current computer modelling suggests anywhere in North or Central Queensland could be affected by this system. There is NO NEED to panic buy all the milk and bread at Coles, Woolworths, IGA, etc. at this stage, as there's currently NO WAY of knowing definitively where this system will target.
It could just as easily change it's mind in a few days time making your milk/bread purchases pointless.
What you should be doing now is considering what action you may need to take if the cyclone threat increases.
-- REMEMBER -- Always ensure you're getting your updates about this weather systems development from your 100% local and qualified forecasts here at Mackay & District Weather Updates.
-- ATTACHED IMAGE -- The attached image is a current computer model prediction for Sunday from the ECMWF computer model.
This is only ONE prediction. There are MANY other predictions that are showing slightly different things.
At the most fragile time of her life, Nandi the orphaned rhino has made the most unexpected friendship. And Mewie the ginger cat might just be the best medicine of all.
The baby white rhino was only four months old when her mother was killed by poachers. And while Nandi's abdominal injuries required surgery to avoid a potentially fatal infection, her emotional fragility couldn't be fixed with an operation. Without company, an orphaned rhino's cortisol (stress) levels increase dramatically, raising their risk of disease.
Enter Mewie. And while their unlikely bond came about by accident, it's at its most beautiful during their long sleeps and bush walks together. All small steps towards a brighter and more hopeful future for Nandi.
The Latest EC run, which was issued 30 minutes ago brings a possibly Severe Tropical Cyclone onto the Coast just north of Cardwell early on Monday morning.
The last few runs has been jumping back and forward from between Townsville and Innisfail, so from here on in, the modelling should be fairly consistant now that it has the mean steering flow worked out.
When this dog became trapped in a house fire that his mum managed to escape, help came in the most inspiring way.
This firefighter not only entered the smoke filled home to rescue Frankie but when he sensed he was struggling to breathe he began administering oxygen through a mask normally used for children. But officer Klein didn't stop there. When the poodle cross went into respiratory arrest, he commenced CPR, performing mouth to nose resuscitation to fill the small dog's body with much needed oxygen. And it worked. Frankie slowly began to respond and begin taking breaths of his own...
Then in a touching moment, both Frankie and his mum were able to thank the firefighter just a few days ago for not giving up on the little furry fighter...