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Monday 18 July 2011
A volatile volcano in central Indonesia has erupted again, spewing ash almost 2,000ft (600m) into the air.
Sunday 17 July 2011
A volatile volcano in central Indonesia unleashed its most powerful eruption yet, spewing hot ash and smoke thousands of feet (meters) into the air and sending panicked villagers racing back to emergency shelters. There were no immediate reports of casualties.
Saturday 16 July 2011
Indonesia's mount Lokon spewed hot lava and volcanic ash 1,500 metres into the sky in the north of Sulawesi island yesterday, prompting panicked residents to flee the area.
Friday 15 July 2011
Thousands of residents have been evacuated after a volcano in central Indonesia erupted, sending red-hot lava cascading down its slopes.
Tuesday 12 July 2011
Friday 08 July 2011
Aerosol is a word most people associate with the bathroom, the kitchen or the garden shed: we tend to use it to mean a spray can, for deodorants, cleaners, weedkillers or whatever. But it has acquired this meaning by extension, and what it originally signified was the fine cloud of particles which come out of the spray can nozzle.
Friday 01 July 2011
Flybe has slumped to a loss in maiden annual results but said bookings had improved in recent weeks.
Friday 24 June 2011
One of the books I have read and re-read with unfailing pleasure and interest is Jules Verne's 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea'. I can date my first reading precisely, as I still have my copy, given to me by "Mummy and Daddy, Christmas 1948", when I was nine. This edition was published in 1946 in Cleveland, Ohio, and has beautiful illustrations of sea creatures and seascapes, and of the brave adventurers who travel with Captain Nemo in his spacious submarine, the Nautilus. As a child, I liked the pictures of the narwhale and the kelp forest best, but now I also admire the narrator and his manservant Conseil, portrayed in handsome nakedness. Illustrated books were a rarity in that post-war period, and all the more to be cherished.
Tuesday 21 June 2011
International and domestic flights through Australian airports were cancelled today as an ash cloud from a Chilean volcano moved into the country's airspace.
Monday 13 June 2011
Airlines started flying a backlog of thousands of stranded passengers to and from Australia's second-largest city today after an ash cloud from a Chilean volcano began to clear.
Monday 13 June 2011
Tens of thousands of passengers in Australia and New Zealand were stranded yesterday when airlines suspended flights as an ash cloud from an erupting volcano in southern Chile, about 7,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean, spread west. Australia's national carrier, Qantas, said all the airline's flights in and out of the southeastern city of Melbourne would be grounded.
Saturday 11 June 2011
Monday 06 June 2011
The skies in southern Chile are darkened by huge volcanic ash clouds as eruptions continue.
Monday 06 June 2011
The skies turned black across southern Chile and Argentina as one of the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanoes belched out a heavy blanket of ash, the first eruption in half a century.
Sunday 05 June 2011
One of the volcanoes in the Caulle Cordon of southern Chile erupted violently, billowing smoke and ash high into the sky and prompting more than 3,500 people living nearby to evacuate.
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