January 11, 2011

Northern Gold Coast now in firing line - Gold Coast Bulletin
THE northern parts of the Gold Coast are now in the flood firing line, with more heavy dumps of rain expected over the next 24 hours.

Lower Beechmont residents stranded - Gold Coast Bulletin
RESIDENTS at Lower Beechmont are stranded after heavy rain overnight blocked all roads into the area. Beechmont Road has been closed since Friday because of a landslide but overnight rain has flooded a crossing at Sharpe's Bridge, near Canungra, cutting off all access to the area.

Rain wreaks havoc on Coast roads - Gold Coast Bulletin
BIG wet landslips and localised flooding played havoc with Gold Coast roads yesterday, with traffic woes across the region.

Gold Coast dodges storm bullet - Gold Coast Bulletin
THE Gold Coast appears to have dodged a bullet with a revised weather forecast predicting the devastating rain band that has tormented the south east to ease over the next few hours.
Coast spared the worst of the weather - Gold Coast City Council
The predicted overnight rains did not materialise, sparing the Gold Coast from the worst of the wet weather.


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