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28 Feb 2021 7:48
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    A tropical cyclone has formed off the coast of far north Queensland, with residents told to prepare to bunker down for gale-force winds and heavy rain

    A tropical cyclone has formed off the coast of far north Queensland, with residents told to prepare to bunker down for gale-force winds and heavy rain


    Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has declared the formation of tropical cyclone Kimi, a category one system, northeast of Cooktown.

    Kimi is expected to creep southwest and cross the north tropical coast between Cape Flattery and Port Douglas in the morning.

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    Basketball:
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    Business:
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