‘Dire’ shortage of arborists could pose a safety risk – sparking urgent recruitment drive

‘Dire’ shortage of arborists could pose a safety risk – sparking urgent recruitment drive

The number of arborists must double within five years to keep pace with the growth in demand for green spaces across the country, according to an industry leader. The race is on to recruit 20,000 additional arborists by 2027 to make sure Australia’s parks remain safe and avoid trees crashing down without warning, known as … Read more

Before, after images show Hurricane Ian storm surge completely destroyed some Sanibel Island, Florida hotels

Before, after images show Hurricane Ian storm surge completely destroyed some Sanibel Island, Florida hotels

CNN  —  Many beach cottages that lined the shores of Sanibel Island were wiped away by Hurricane Ian’s storm surge, new aerial imagery from NOAA shows. Most homes on Sanibel and Captiva islands are still standing, but appear to have sustained some form of roof damage, in addition to certain storm surge and flooding damage. … Read more

'SNL' Shares Sneak Peek Of Miles Teller At The Premiere Table Read – TODAY

'SNL' Shares Sneak Peek Of Miles Teller At The Premiere Table Read – TODAY

‘SNL’ Shares Sneak Peek Of Miles Teller At The Premiere Table Read  TODAY Miles Teller Hosts the Season Premiere of SNL with Kendrick Lamar – SNL  Saturday Night Live SNL S48E01 Promo: Miles Teller & Bowen Yang: Gilmore Girls Soul Mates  Bleeding Cool News How to watch SNL 2022 online: Season 48 premiere with Miles Teller and Kendrick … Read more

Small protests appear in Havana over islandwide blackout

Small protests appear in Havana over islandwide blackout

HAVANA — The widespread power outage caused by Hurricane Ian prompted several hundred people to protest in Havana, and a monitoring group said the island’s internet service shut down again Friday in what appeared to be an attempt to curb information about the demonstrations from spreading. An Associated Press journalist saw about 400 people gathered … Read more

‘Saints’ books historian says understanding church history can help members today find strength

‘Saints’ books historian says understanding church history can help members today find strength

James Perry is a branch president for his church congregation in Northumberland, England, and a historian for the church who worked on the third volume of “Saints.” (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) Estimated read time: 12-13 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — While James Perry was researching the local history of The Church … Read more

Hurricane Ian makes landfall in South Carolina – CBS Evening News

Hurricane Ian makes landfall in South Carolina – CBS Evening News

Hurricane Ian makes landfall in South Carolina  CBS Evening News First Alert Weather: Remnants of Ian to bring rain  CBS New York Hurricane Ian has worsened Florida’s insurance crisis | Fred Grimm  South Florida Sun Sentinel Natural Gas Futures, Cash Prices Drop in Hurricane Ian’s Wake  Natural Gas Intelligence View Full Coverage on Google News

RI Hot Sauce Company Scores Multiple Medals at New York Expo

RI Hot Sauce Company Scores Multiple Medals at New York Expo

Friday, September 30, 2022 GoLocalProv Lifestyle Team   View Larger + PHOTO: Rhed’s Facebook A Rhode Island hot sauce company just got even hotter.  Rhed’s Hot Sauce — based in Providence — just notched three medals at the NYC Hot Sauce Expo.  Made with peppers and vegetables sourced seasonally from local Rhode Island Farms including … Read more

BOM weather forecast: Rainfall set to hammer WA, QLD, NSW and Victoria into next week

BOM weather forecast: Rainfall set to hammer WA, QLD, NSW and Victoria into next week

While the long weekend will be a welcome break for some on Australia’s east coast, wet and wild weather will not be cutting people any slack. A significant rain and storm outbreak will make its way east into next week, bringing with it a renewed flooding risk for the eastern states. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: … Read more

Sanibel Island : A ‘war zone’ where some stranged choose to leave and other stay

Sanibel Island : A ‘war zone’ where some stranged choose to leave and other stay

Sanibel Island, Florida CNN  —  An older couple who rode out Hurricane Ian in their home on Sanibel Island in Florida could not agree on evacuating after parts of the causeway to the mainland were destroyed. “We’re going. We’re going,” the unidentified man told his partner as she looked down from the home’s upper porch. … Read more

Florida’s home insurance market was a mess before Ian. It’s about to get worse

Florida’s home insurance market was a mess before Ian. It’s about to get worse

New York CNN Business  —  Florida homeowners were already facing an expensive and difficult market for home insurance before Hurricane Ian. The devastating storm is about to make things worse — even for those fortunate enough to escape any damage. For the better part of two decades, the nation’s major insurers have wanted as little … Read more