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Vanuatu uses local produce for cyclone relief

About 2000 bags of rice, more than 1000 boxes of canned food and over 1000 cartons of bottled water have been given to people affected by April's Cyclone Harold in the north of Vanuatu's Malekula. ...

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US takes more Manus, Nauru refugees

Twenty-eight refugees detained on Nauru and Papua New Guinea's Manus Island are due to fly to the United States today for resettlement. Read more on Radio New Zealand International

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More Manus Island, Nauru refugees moved to US

About 40 more refugees, who were detained in Papua New Guinea and Nauru by Australia, have been transferred to the United States for resettlement. Read more on Radio New Zealand International

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Vanuatu

Housing scheme trialled for Vanuatu cyclone victims

A housing scheme is to be trialled as part of the Vanuatu National Provident Fund's latest offer of assistance to its members on Santo Island. Read more on Radio New Zealand International

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Fiji

Evacuations urged in rain-drenched Fiji

People in areas of Fiji badly-hit by Cyclone Harold this month are now being urged to evacuate because of widespread flooding and landslides brought on by torrential rain. Read more on Radio New...

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Heavy rain, floods prompt road closures in Fiji

Fijian authorities say roads in parts of the country have been closed due to flooding brought on by heavy rain this week. Read more on Radio New Zealand International

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Vanuatu

Cargo restrictions hamper Vanuatu cyclone recovery

Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific Journalist @kazukuru, koroi.hawkins@rnz.co.nz In Vanuatu's north, whole villages still lie devastated three weeks after Cyclone Harold tore through in the pitch black of...

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Fiji

Fiji govt warns of 'LTDD' diseases post-cyclone

Fiji's government has warned of a rise in diseases with the potential to prove deadlier than Cyclone Harold which hit the country this month. Read more on Radio New Zealand International

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