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Fiji's State of Natural Disaster ends tonight

Fiji's National Disaster Management Office says phase two of the State of Natural Disaster will end at midnight tonight. Read the full article on the Radio New Zealand International

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Concerns over food security in Fiji

Crops planted after Cyclone Winston were washed away in this week's floods in Fiji, raising concerns about food security. Read the full article

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World - Severe weather events - ECHO Daily Map | 07/04/2016

FIJI, TONGA • TC ZENA continued moving east-southeast weakening. On 7 April at 6.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 180 km south-west of the island of Eua (Tonga) and it had max. sust. wind speed...

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OCHA Flash Update #4 Fiji & Tonga | TC Zena - 7 April 2016

This is the fourth and final OCHA Flash Update on Category 1 TC Zena. Category 1 Tropical Cyclone Zena has passed across Tonga without causing any significant damage and is weakening as it moves back...

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Tonga

Tonga largely unscathed as Zena weakens

Tonga experienced heavy rain and high winds this morning but it appears cyclone Zena has weakened significantly as the remnants of the cyclone drift away from the country. Read the full article on...

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Vanuatu

Northern Vanuatu anger over lack of cyclone warning

There are claims in northern parts of Vanuatu that people did not receive warnings from Radio Vanuatu after the approach of Cyclone Zena on Tuesday night. Read the full article on Radio New Zealand...

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OCHA Flash Update #3 Fiji & Tonga | TC Zena - 7 April 2016

Dear Colleagues, This is the third OCHA Flash Update on Category 2 TC Zena. Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu has been spared a second major disaster in as many months with Tropical Cyclone Zena...

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