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Over a million told to flee as Hurricane Florence stalks US East Coast

Hurricane Florence has the potential to bring catastrophic flooding to areas of the eastern United States already soaked by heavy rain

Harvesting the benefits of data

Data is becoming increasingly valuable - and the ability to read it timeously

Hurricanes, heat waves, fires ravaged planet in 2017

California is currently battling its third largest wildfire since 1932, and such devastation could be the "new normal."

Hurricanes to put Lions to the test

The will to win may well give the Jo’burg men the edge over one of Super Rugby’s strongest sides

Hurricanes strike the right note

Traditionalists will be happy to see that playing rugby the old-fashioned way pays off.

Blues beat Hurricanes 37-24 in Super Rugby

The Blues have lifted themselves to a 37-24, bonus point win over the Hurricanes in Super Rugby, severely denting the Hurricanes' chances.

Hurricanes beat Blues 39-20 in Super Rugby

The Hurricanes have stretched their winning streak to three games, scoring three second-half tries to claim a record 39-20 win over the Blues.

Hurricanes beat Bulls 25-20 in Super Rugby

Flyhalf Beauden Barrett exceeded 100 points for the season, kicking six penalties to lift the Hurricanes to a 25-20 win over the Bulls in Super Rugby.

Cheetahs skipper admits to ‘losing rhythm’ after defeat to Hurricanes

The Cheetahs lost their way, skipper Adriaan Strauss admitted, after their 39-34 defeat to the Hurricanes in Bloemfontein.

Bulls blow Hurricanes away with six tries

All Black centre Conrad Smith was knocked out and taken to hospital as the Bulls blew past New Zealand's Hurricanes 48-14 at Loftus on Saturday.

Hurricanes pounce ahead in Super 15 victory

A second-half burst gave the Wellington Hurricanes maximum points over the New South Wales Waratahs with a 41-29 victory in their Super 15 clash.

Super Rugby: Hammett glad to shake off rust against Kings

Mark Hammett is prepared to put his side's 46-30 victory over Southern Kings behind them and target bigger Super Rugby challenges down the road.

‘Dangerous’ Hurricane Igor heads toward Bermuda

Hurricane Igor approached Bermuda on Saturday packing powerful winds as the island's premier warned to prepare for "one of the worst hurricanes".

Hurricane Alex new blow to US oil spill efforts

Rough weather whipped up by the season's first Atlantic hurricane is disrupting clean-up of the massive BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Alex regains tropical storm strength in Gulf

Tropical depression Alex picked up speed over the Gulf of Mexico and regained tropical storm strength on Sunday as two key oil ports remained closed.

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