More than 9989 homes are without power in southeast Queensland. On Wednesday, 18,000 were left without power. Nearly 300,000 people were left without power after severe storms associated with former cyclone Oswald. Energex says more than 230,000 homes have been restored. The company says it is experiencing major restoration problems in the Mount Nebo, Mount Glorious and Mount Sylvia.

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The power company, Energex, says the outage will continue for a while and it will take until the weekend for the majority of affected areas. There are no reports of injuries, but residents are encouraged to check with their local telecommunications provider if their electricity supply is affected. The Federal Government is offering $1000 disaster recovery assistance for affected customers, and residents can call 13 62 for information about individual streets.

The company says the outage is expected to last until the weekend. Traffic lights in the south-east are not functioning, and traffic signals are not functioning. Meanwhile, CS Energy is working to restore power to all affected suburbs. They say they will review their power plant. Some suburbs are experiencing a partial restoration of their power. However, the outage will be a long-term issue, with a total outage of more than a million homes.

The outage is expected to last until the weekend, but some suburbs are already seeing power return. The power company has said that it is investigating the fault at the Callide Power Station, and they are currently considering the best course of action. The company has also advised that they will review their plant in order to minimise the impact. Many people are left with no electricity, but the outage continues to affect the region.

Despite the massive outage, train services in south-east Queensland are not affected by the outage. According to CS Energy, a statement released earlier today shows that no train services were disrupted. But employees and residents in some suburbs are reporting that their homes have lost power, some of them being stuck in elevators for 15 minutes. These outages have been affecting many people in the city and suburbs.

A power outage has affected some major suburbs, including Broadbeach and Gold Coast City. In the Gold Coast, the University Hospital, Gold Coast University Hospital, and numerous other buildings were affected. Tram services were interrupted from Broadbeach South to Cavill Avenue, which affected many residents. At the same time, the blackout was impacting businesses. As a result, thousands of customers have lost power.

The blackout has affected several hospitals in the southeast, including Robina Hospital and Gold Coast University. Other major shopping centres were also affected. The Queensland government has announced free public transport until the end of January 22. The government is offering free rides to residents, but the service is not for sightseeing. There are still more than a hundred thousand properties still without power across the metropolitan area. There are around nine thousand people living in these areas, and it’s not clear how many people will be able to return to their homes.

There are two major hospitals in the Gold Coast that are being affected. The blackout has impacted the hospitals in the city for several hours. The Gold Coast University Hospital was affected briefly before it was restored to its normal operation. The hospital remains on a Code Yellow alert. Hundreds of other customers are still without power, and many are being notified. This is a serious emergency situation for the entire region.

Some parts of the Gold Coast are experiencing widespread power outages, and many residents are unsure what to do. In Brisbane, the affected area may be without power until the weekend, and some of the suburbs are even without electricity until late Thursday. Some areas are even without power until the weekend. Fortunately, there are no deaths, but at least one person is missing. It’s still unclear what will happen to the rest of the city.

CS Energy tweeted that a fire at the Callide Power Station in south-east Queensland was the cause of the outages. In addition to the Brisbane suburbs, outages also affected residents in Townsville, Rockhampton, Gladstone, and Agnes Water. Banana Shire Council chief executive James Smith said the outage was a minor inconvenience, but urged people to conserve energy. Affected areas include: