Residents are being warned by telephone messages, when their area comes under threat, but Mr Fitzsimmons said they were no guarantees everyone would get the message. Those could prove extremely hard to control, given the conditions. It came as the temperature in Bathurst went close to 40 degrees on Friday and the city prepared for a 41 degree day on Saturday; as Essential Energy warned power users to be careful in how they used their appliances after a blackout earlier in the week in South ...
According to Reuters , Putin raised with Trump the possibility of extending New START, a treaty signed by the us and Russian Federation and ratified by the Senate in 2010. It's already emerged that Trump and Putin spoke of joining forces against ISIS and North Korea. The White House declined to comment and referred Reuters to its official account .
He repeated Obama's catch-phrase "all options are still on the table" to imply that the threat of the adoption of military action against Iran is still alive, but a day later the USA president took back his word, stressing that he did not mean to threaten Tehran militarily.
At high tide, the team gets one shot to send the whales back into the water and form a human chain in the surf to keep the animals from coming back and accidentally beaching themselves again. It was one of the largest mass strandings recorded in New Zealand, where such occurrences are relatively common, the Department of Conservation said.
The government says the proposals to create an executive presidency will simplify the government structure, but opponents fear they will lead to one-man rule in Turkey. Parliament approved the package in three votes and several rounds of intense - and sometimes violent - debate. Until he occupied the post, the president played a largely ceremonial role in Turkish politics.
But Mr Iordache, who had drawn up the bill, insisted that "all that I've done was legal". Florin Iordache defended his tenure Thursday, saying all his initiatives were "legal and constitutional", but had failed to placate "public opinion".