Airlines cancel flights to Indonesia due to the Mount Merapi volcanic eruption.
Qantas considers cancelling flights to Jakarta due to the risk posed by ash clouds from the eruption of Mount Merapi.
- ABC News Australia
- Lava and ash spew from Mount Merapi in Central Java province in Indonesia before dawn as the death toll rises to 120.
- The death toll from the Mount Merapi eruption in Indonesia rises to 122 as at least 78 bodies were removed from homes and streets blanketed by ash up to 30-centimeters deep.
- The death toll from the recent eruption of Mount Merapi in Indonesia rises to 32 as it erupts again.
- Fatalities caused by the eruption of Mount Merapi in Indonesia's Yogyakarta province rises, with 28 people known to have been killed by hot ash.
- More than 134,000 people on the island of Bali, Indonesia, have been taken to shelters as the Mount Agung volcano continues to release smoke. The alert level for an eruption has been raised to the second highest level, 4. In addition, the entire population of Vanuatu's Aoba Island, also at alert level 4, is being moved from the path of the increasingly active Lombenben volcano.