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27 August 2017 9:26 PM Full extent of Harvey’s aftermath starts to come into chilling focus

HOUSTON — The full extent of Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath started to come into chilling focus Sunday in Houston and across much of Central Texas, as rain measured in feet, not inches, overwhelmed lakes, rivers and bayous, leaving several people dead and thousands displaced in a weather disaster described as “beyond anything experienced.” Across the nation’s 61

24 August 2017 11:48 PM Flight attendant’s handwritten note goes viral

A private encounter between a flight attendant and a mourning mother has gone viral after a handwritten note was shared on Facebook. Tricia Belstra was on a Southwest Airlines flight on the way to bury her recently deceased son. Not feeling well and wedged between two strangers on the flight, Belstra asked for a diet coke and a water when one of the flight 11

24 August 2017 9:15 PM Qantas seeks Holy Grail of nonstop Sydney to London, New York flights by 2022

Qantas is calling on Airbus and Boeing to deliver an aircraft capable of operating nonstop from Australia’s east coast to London and New York within five years. The airline has for some time harboured ambitions of nonstop flights from Sydney to the two cities sitting on the other side of the world that are among Australia’s most popular outbound destinations 60

24 August 2017 7:59 PM The Latest: Houston airports to stay open despite hurricane

Houston airports still expect to stay open after Hurricane Harvey hits South Texas, but airlines are encouraging customers to change travel plans. United, Southwest and American offered waivers for customers scheduled to fly to, from or through Houston and several other Texas cities from Friday through Sunday. Delta's waiver of additional charges for changing 18

23 August 2017 11:10 AM Typhoon Hato shuts down markets in Hong Kong

(Reuters) - Typhoon Hato, a maximum category 10 storm, slammed into Hong Kong on Wednesday lashing the Asian financial hub with wind and rain that uprooted trees and forced most businesses to close, while in some places big waves flooded seaside streets. There were reports of 34 people injured in Hong Kong while in the city of Macau, across the Pearl 21

23 August 2017 6:11 AM Typhoon Hato Batters Hong Kong, Streets Flooded, Flights Cancelled, Trading Halted

Hong Kong: Typhoon Hato, a maximum category 10 storm, slammed into Hong Kong on Wednesday lashing the Asian financial hub with destructive winds and waves which uprooted trees, flooded streets and forced most businesses to close. More than 400 flights were cancelled, financial markets suspended and schools closed as Hato bore down on the city, the first 7

23 August 2017 3:13 AM Act leader calls NZ First MP 'a f***king idiot'

Prosser was part of a political panel at the Business NZ conference at Te Papa, and said his party would bring electricity assets back to a simple state-owned, state-controlled umbrella. "That means if you have shares in Contact [Energy] - get rid of them now." A representative from Mercury Energy asked Prosser after the session how he proposed to fund such a buy-back 39

16 August 2017 6:26 AM Satellite imagery analysis in the search for MH370

The ATSB has released two reports which analyse data gathered during the surface search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Greg Hood, Chief Commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), said that although the underwater search for MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean had been suspended in January 2017, some residual analysis activity 34

16 August 2017 3:31 AM Discarded satellite images show objects inside new MH370 seach zone

French satellite images and a CSIRO modelling system may have finally tracked down the wreckage of the MH370, more than three years after the passenger jet went missing. A report released by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) details how French Military satellite images of debris in the Indian Ocean discarded in 2014 have now been analysed 13

16 August 2017 2:42 AM MH370: New Satellite Evidence Reveals Probable Crash Site

New reports have found 12 "probably man-made" objects in the Indian Ocean. SYDNEY -- Groundbreaking evidence from previously discarded French satellite imagery and refined ocean drift modelling may have pinpointed the geographic crash site of the MH370 aircraft wreckage. In a new satellite imagery analysis report from Australian government research body Geoscience 58