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  1. Creightons Creek fire still burningRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Seymour Telegraph

    The fire in the Creightons Creek region, south of Euroa, is continuing to burn today and the CFA is warning residents to be cautious of falling trees. Fire conditions in the Creightons Creek region have now abated due to work done by crews and favourable weather conditions, however the fire is still not under control.

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  2. Victorian bushfires: Warnings downgraded as cool change arrivesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Firefighters plan to take advantage of milder weather on Friday as bushfires continue to burn in Victoria's north-east. There was no longer a threat to communities at Creightons Creek near Euroa or Lake Rowan near Wangaratta on Friday morning, after five houses were lost this week.

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  3. Fireys contain blazes but threat remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    RESIDENTS in the path of fires breathed a sigh of relief yesterday as firefighters managed to stop the spread of three blazes that threatened homes, livestock and property. But authorities say the threat isn't over, with rising temperatures early next week likely to increase the risk of fire in the north of the state.

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  4. Rough ride leads to buffet car closure on Albury trainRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Benalla Ensign

    The rail tracks are in such disrepear V/Line is having to close the buffet car between Euroa and Seymour due to health and safety concerns to hospitality staff. The conditions of the rail tracks on the Melbourne to Albury line have become so poor that V/Line is threatening to close the cafe in the buffet car on rougher parts of the journey due to occupational health and safety concerns for staff.

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  5. Victorian bushfires: residents count the costRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Emergency fodder deliveries have started to feed hungry livestock on fire-affected properties in the Creightons Creek area, south of Euroa, where many horse, cattle and sheep properties were hit by the fast-moving blaze late on Tuesday. CFA crews spent Thursday blacking out burning stumps, pasture and other material ahead of hot, windy conditions later in the day.

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  6. .com | 4 homes razed as Aussie crews battle bushfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News24

    Four homes were destroyed as Australian fire-fighters struggled to bring three major blazes under control in Victoria state, with high temperatures and gusty winds threatening to worsen conditions Thursday. Lightning strikes this week ignited 350 fires with several becoming significant, according to authorities.

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  7. Victorian bushfires: fresh emergency with conditions in the north-east set to worsenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Flames torched the edges of Andrew Conforti's Mia Mia vineyard as CFA crews battled through "ferocious winds" in north-east Victoria. Two persistent fires continued to burn out of control in the state's north east on Thursday, while new blaze in the Heathcote wine region had authorities briefly alarmed.

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  8. Vic fire probe into blaze near BendigoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Two fires which started close to each other at a similar time in Victoria's Bendigo region are being investigated for potential arson. The two blazes, which were contained with large aircraft, started on Thursday in the small town of Mia Mia, southeast of Bendigo.

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  9. 4 homes razed as Australian crews battle bushfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    Australian firefighters are struggling to bring under control three blazes in Victoria, after lightning strikes ignited 350 fires this week. MELBOURNE: Four homes were destroyed as Australian firefighters struggled to bring three major blazes under control in Victoria state, with high temperatures and gusty winds threatening to worsen conditions Thursday .

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  10. Crews called to fight 14ha Vic bushfireRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    A CFA spokesperson said late on Thursday morning 20 tankers had been called to a 14 hectare blaze at Mia Mia, near Lancefield, and two water bombing helicopters had been requested. The fire was expected to cross Mia Mia Lancefield Road shortly and had the potential for spot fires to affect nearby areas.

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  11. Fires continue to burn at Creightons CreekRead the original story

    Wednesday | Benalla Ensign

    A bushfire at Creightons Creek is continuing to burn, while a fire that started in Stewarton is now under control. The CFA has issued a Watch and Act warning for residents at Creightons Creek, Gooram, Longwood East, Old Longwood and Ruffy.

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  12. Homes razed as fires continue to rageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    A WEEK from Christmas, the beating heart of Sydney has stopped. Parties and lunches cancelled, this close-knit community is looking inward for answers.

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  13. Victoria on high alert as firefighting conditions expected to worsenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ABC News

    Victorians are being urged to remain on high alert as deteriorating weather conditions threaten to hinder firefighting efforts in the state's north-east. A number of properties, including at least four homes, have been destroyed in fires that burned across central and north-eastern Victoria this week.

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  14. Bowlers wind down for ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Shepparton News Online

    Seymour bowlers are to be congratulated for their efforts this week, when with 11 of the usual players not available for Tuesday, we still played and won all four pennant games. Great effort - results below.

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  15. Four Vic homes destroyed in bushfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    The fire danger rating is expected to rise on Thursday as Victoria's firefighters battle bushfires that have destroyed four homes. Three homes were destroyed at Creightons Creek, near Euroa, in northern Victoria, while another house was razed at Lake Rowan, near Wangaratta, on Wednesday.

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  16. Four homes destroyed in Vic bushfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Age

    "That evacuation is a precautionary attempt to make sure that as the fire moves around later today that people are not caught flat-footed," Emergency Management Commissioner Craig Lapsley told reporters. A watch and act message is in place for the blaze, south of Euroa, affecting the areas of Ruffy, Old Longwood, Longwood East, Gooram and Creightons Creek.

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  17. Bushfire outbreak in Victoria an early warning for residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ABC News

    The number of bushfires started in Victoria on Tuesday was more than half the amount seen in a typical fire season, the Country Fire Authority said. The CFA's James Todd said it was the worst day for bushfires since last summer and sends a warning to residents.

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  18. Creightons Creek residents evacuated as bushfire precautionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    Police are evacuating about 120 people from the Creightons Creek area, near Euroa in north-east Victoria, as a precautionary measure amid concerns about the Longwood bushfire. One home has been lost at nearby Gooram East as the fire, which has so far burned 6,500 hectares of land, flared up this afternoon.

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  19. Help available for stock ownersRead the original story

    Tuesday | Benalla Ensign

    The Department of Primary Industries and Environment has estimated the loss of about 2000 sheep in the Lake Rowan fire and about 100 sheep and 20 cattle at Stewarton. The Department of Primary Industries and Environment has estimated the loss of about 2000 sheep in the Lake Rowan fire and about 100 sheep and 20 cattle at Stewarton.

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  20. Missing person found amid Vic bushfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NEWS.com.au

    SLEAZEBAG former politician Craig Thomson has avoided jail and instead been handed a heavy fine over a grubby cash-for-hookers scandal. BUSHFIRES are continuing to threaten rural communities in Victoria but a person who was previously unaccounted for has now been found.

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