SUVA, Jan 21 (AFP) - At least seven
people are feared dead after Cyclone Dani hit Fiji, reports said Thursday,
and weathermen said more storms brewing in the South Pacific could threaten
Vanuatu, New Caledonia and even New Zealand.
Dani created an enormous rain front stretching
1,400 kilometres (870 miles) from New Caledonia to Fiji, bringing the worst
flooding in recent history to Fiji's Western District.
Seven people are dead, four missing and
thousands homeless, the Daily Post said Thursday.
Nadi, site of the international airport,