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Cyclone Ita: live coverage April 11 and 12, 2014

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Cyclone Ita leaves trail of damage

Cyclone Ita has weakened as it hit land, left a trail of damage in Cooktown and Port Douglas. Nine News

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A satellite image of Cyclone Ita. Click for more photos

Cyclone Ita

Cyclone bears down on north Queensland. Photo: NOAA/Twitter

Weatherzone: Brisbane storm tracker

Ferocious ... Tropical Cyclone Ita is seen just off-shore near Cape Flattery, where it delivered winds of up to 200km/h at 10pm on Friday. The storm has weakened since heading inland.

Ferocious ... Tropical Cyclone Ita is seen just off-shore near Cape Flattery, where it delivered winds of up to 200km/h at 10pm on Friday. The storm has weakened since heading inland. Photo: Reuters

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  • If only Victoria had taken the idea of building a water pipeline from the north of Australia to Victoria we could help them solve their flooding problems by taking plenty of their water and not have to pay nearly $2M a day for a desal plant we don't use. If only...

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