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B. 2017-03-01 Three killed in fire at abandoned Melbourne factory
2017-02-20 5 dead, including 4 Americans, after plane crashes into Australia mall
3. 2015-12-20 Homes destroyed in Australia bushfires Scotsburn, Melbourne
E. 2014-10-14 Kit plane crashes on Melbourne house
5. 2014-07-14 Record payout over Australia Black Saturday fires Melbourne
6. 2014-02-09 Bushfires sweep south-east Australia Melbourne
H. 2014-01-15 Australia's heatwave halts tennis Melbourne
8. 2014-01-14 Australia heat wave prompts fire alerts Melbourne


Dutch, Australian climbers die after reaching Everest summit    Nepal: An Australian climber who died on Mount Everest has been identified as a finance lecturer at a university in Melbourne Homes destroyed in Australia bushfires   Twelve Australian families have lost their homes to bushfires near Melbourne, days ahead of Christmas. Crews were still tackling a blaze at ... Kit plane crashes on Melbourne house   A light aircraft has crashed into a home in the city of Melbourne, Australia, killing the pilot   Record payout over Australia Black Saturday fires  Survivors of one of the worst bushfires in Australian history have won a payout of almost A$500m, in the country's largest class action sett... Bushfires sweep south-east Australia  Dozens of bushfires are sweeping across southern Australia, fanned by hot weather and strong winds Australia's heatwave halts tennis Australia heat wave prompts fire alerts   South-east Australia has been hit with extreme hot weather, with temperatures of over 40C in some areas, and several bushfire warnings in pl... Hundreds of sheep rain down on cars   A truck carrying nearly 400 sheep tipped over while on an overpass, sending the helpless animals tumbling down on shocked drivers below   Change call after Australia fires  A report into Australia's worst bushfires has called for sweeping changes to the way the authorities respond to natural disasters   Australia hosts bush fire benefit  Australia's biggest music stars are being joined by international groups for a day of music to raise funds for victims of recent disasters   Fire death toll reaches 210   Victoria Police are still working to identify all the victims of the fires that have raged. At least 2,029 homes have been destroyed Australia mourns bushfire victims Map of Victoria Australia
  Three killed in fire at abandoned Melbourne factory Map of Footscray Melbourne Australia  Three people have died in a suspicious fire that tore through an abandoned factory. It took 40 minutes to extinguish the blaze 5 dead, including 4 Americans, after plane crashes into Australia mall Map of Direct Factory Outlet Essendon Melbourne Australia

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  An Australian pilot and four American tourists on a golfing vacation were killed when a light plane crashed in flames into a shopping mall

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  Australia is observing a day of mourning for the victims of fires which swept across the state of Victoria, claiming more than 200 lives

  Winds whipping across southeastern Australia's countryside continued to fan deadly brushfires, spreading flames through rural towns
Feb.9 PM Rudd pledges to rebuild fire-hit areas    Australia: Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has vowed his country would rally 'brick by brick' after the worst bushfires in its history   Toll from bush fires claimed 181 Map of Victoria Australia
  Some people died in their cars trying to escape the fires. Some of the fires in the state of Victoria were started deliberately
 The Victorian bushfires are a series of bushfires that were ignited on 7 February 2009, resulting in Australia's highest ever loss of life from a bushfire. Over 500 people injuried. The fires have destroyed at least 1,834 homes in towns north-east of Melbourn. The fires have left an estimated 7,500 people homeless
Feb.8   Raging wildfires killed at least 130 people
  The wildfires have killed at least 130 people, decimating massive spans of land and leaving thousands homeless.    The fires have swept through Victoria, leaving firefighters and ...
  Bush fires kill at least 93 people    Australia: Thousands of firefighters and the army, are battling several major fires, and the number of dead is expected to rise as fires are put out Feb.7   Raging bushfires kill at least 65   Australia: About 30,000 firefighters continued to battle the flames. Prime Minister Rudd announced the creation of an $10 million relief fund   Raging wildfires kill at least 25  The wildfires fueled by strong winds and scorching temperatures in southeastern Australia Feb.1 Arson blamed for fires   Australia: Police believe that arsonists were to blame for some of the fires which have caused destruction in the south-east of the country Jan.30 Australia counts heatwave deaths

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