Territory Stories

Katherine Times Wed 24 Jan 2018

Details:

Title

Katherine Times Wed 24 Jan 2018

Collection

Katherine Times; NewspaperNT

Date

2018-01-24

Language

English

Subject

Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Katherine; Katherine (N.T.) -- Newspapers

Publisher name

North Australian News for Katherine Times

Place of publication

Katherine

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

North Australian News for Katherine Times

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00054

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/754292

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/776710

Page content

'98 Flood- 20 Years On - Mayor Fay Miller's snaps ]FLOOD IN FOCUS Wednesday January 24, 2018 KATHERINETIMES 9katherinetimes.com.au HIGH AND DRY: Dean and Trudi Burn, withWA truck driver SteveWard high and dry in Pearce Street, Katherine in 1998. Picture: Vicki Burn. An aerial shot of Katherine South. GUSH: The flow of water at Katherine was capable of filling 10 Olympic swimming pools in one second. WETWALK:Mayor FayMiller's husbandMike wading through flood waters. SEA OFWATER: An aerial shot of Katherine South. There was a lot of cleaning up to do before guests could be welcomed back to the caravan park. HIDE AND SEEK: Can you spot the onion in Mayor Miller's flood picture ? WHERE TO START: The clean up crew. WRECKED: The scene FayMiller walked into at Red Gum Caravan Park once waters receded. WATERMYSTERY:While waters decimated the caravan park, the microwave and coffee cups remained in their place. Katherine Mayor Fay Miller has shared her collection of 1998 flood photos with the Katherine Times. Mayor Miller and her late husband Mike owned Red Gum Caravan Park (now Boab). Plus one from Vicki Burn. MAYORS FLOOD PICS


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