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Issued on 05 October 2018 | 12-Nov-2018
In 2019, stakeholders and development partners will be able to access | 12-Nov-2018
Relief Web, 5th October 2018 | 18-Oct-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 7th September 2018
A new $1.2 million weather station at Vatunibale in Labasa was opened by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, yesterday. The construction of the state-of-the-art facility was done in light of the increase in natural disasters hitting Fiji
| 10-Sep-2018
Solomon Star, 28th June 2018

AN ELDER from Lord Howe in the outer islands of Malaita province has called on the government through its responsible ministry to consider installing relevant apparatus to help record weather situations in their islands.
| 26-Jul-2018
Samoa is now able to access the image data from the most recent generation of geostationary meteorological satellites. | 01-Nov-2017
By Samisoni Pareti of Islands Business Magazine 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – With growing membership and a record number of delegates, the 4th Pacific Meteorological Council began its biennial meeting in the Solomon Islands capital today. | 15-Aug-2017
By Priya Chand of Islands Business Magazine 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – The crucial role of | 15-Aug-2017
By Yvette T D’Unienville of Tuvalu Broadcasting Services (radio broadcast)14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – Journalists were asked to stand up today at the Fourth Pacific Meteorological Council so national directors could note the media’s criti | 15-Aug-2017
By Repeka Nasiko of Fiji Times 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – The | 15-Aug-2017
By Repeka Nasiko of Fiji Times 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4- Members of the Pacific Meteorological Council have been encouraged to focus on the hydrological component of their national meteorological services by the W | 15-Aug-2017
The tropical Pacific Ocean is currently neutral. Most | 28-Jul-2017
Fifteen National Meteorological Services (NMSs) in the region including Tokelau will benefit from the new | 28-Jul-2017
The Samoa Metrological Office is increasing its output capability to better inform the country of changing weather conditions 24-7. | 28-Jul-2017
The El Niño Southern Oscillation (or ENSO) conditions have returned to neutral (condition where it is not La Niña nor El Niño; but in between) during January 2017, and that ENSO-neutral is the most likely condition through May 2017. | 23-Feb-2017
The Regional Technical Support Mechanism (RTSM) is proud to have played a pivotal role in the recently approved, GCF USD 23Million grant for the | 23-Feb-2017
There are challenges to living on a remote island – from food scarcity to destructive weather – and the lack of affordable, reliable power is among the greatest. The island of Ta’u in American Samoa, located more than 4,000 miles from the West Coast of the United States, is no stranger to power rationing and outages. | 29-Nov-2016
National Meteorological and Weather Services play an important role in transforming | 29-Nov-2016
WILD speculations, without any scientific evidence based research, has lately been made by lobby groups who pretend to have a crystal ball from which they speculate the future | 07-Oct-2016
The signs that climatologists use to track the | 01-Sep-2016
The super El Niño event that began in last year has come to an end.  | 02-Aug-2016
Synthesis of the latest model forecasts for May to October 2016 (MJJASO) at the APEC | 28-Apr-2016

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