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The tropical Pacific Ocean is in a neutral El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) state.  In the following section ‘neutral’ means - neither in El Nino nor in La Nina. The ENSO is a major | 28-Jun-2016
SPREP has welcomed two interns from Tokelau for a six month attachment which began in April this year.  Ms Solonaima Mei and Ms. | 31-May-2016
Communication to the two outer islets of Ribono and Nuotaea in Abaiang, Kiribati can be  extremely challenging as information, especially when there are weather warnings in effect, tends to be mainly received through radio and word of mouth when people travel in between the islands.  | 28-Apr-2016
The Line Islands Group in Kiribati is two hours ahead of the capital Tarawa where the Kiribati Meteorological Service (KMS) is based.  As such, the timely preparation of weather bulletins, in particular, weather warnings need to factor in this time difference. | 28-Apr-2016
El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is the main driver of | 28-Apr-2016
A unique partnership between the Solomon Islands Meteorological Service (SIMS), Red Cross and the National Disaster Management Office has been establish | 31-Mar-2016
Learning how to conduct an interview, prepare press releases and build relationships with the media were all part of the training conducted for the Solomon Islands Meteorological Services (SIMS) in Honiara this month. | 31-Mar-2016
The 2015/16 El Niño is showing signs of weakening, though this does not mean that the observed impacts seen across the Pacific islands will diminish right away. The effects of El Niño in many islands will continue to be felt through the remainder of the year. | 31-Mar-2016

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