REMEMBERING LARRY

There are tens of thousands of people who will reflect today on something they have in common – cyclone Larry. Larry came howling in from the Coral Sea early on Monday March 20, 2006 – ten years ago today. Winds up to 290 kilometres per […]

THAT BASTARD LARRY – 10 YEARS ON

  I’ll be up early this Sunday – not something I usually do – but it’s the 10th anniversary of a life-changing event. So I’ll spend a quiet hour before dawn remembering cyclone Larry. One of the most powerful cyclones ever to make landfall in […]

NO WATER. THE ARCHER RIVER CROSSING IN THE DRY

WILDLIFE DOING IT TOUGH IN BELOW PAR WET SEASON

It hasn’t been much of a wet season so far here in far north Queensland. Just one burst of the monsoon, that gave us cyclone Oswald. Most of the rain generated by Oswald fell much further south, causing flooding and major damage in central and […]