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Fiji Sun Online, 21st July 2018 | 27-Jul-2018
Fiji Times, 4th June 2018
DIGGING drains is not the answer to addressing the flooding problem around the country. Minister for Waterways Dr Mahendra Reddy says flooding, or waterlogging of low-lying areas and overflowing of rivers and creeks were generally associated with excessive rainfall induced runoff which were beyond conveyance capacity of drains and rivers.
| 25-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 28th May 2018
Tabuya villagers in Kadavu have moved to higher grounds after big swells hit the village at around 5am yesterday.
Village spokesperson Epeli Cokanasiga said three houses were swamped by flood­waters but the occupants were safe.
| 23-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 22nd May 2018
Officials of the US Embassy in Suva have begun assess­ments on the Koa Moana Project at Saint John’s College at Cawaci on Ovalau, Lomaiviti.
| 10-Jul-2018
RNZ 16th April 2018
Deforestation, poor forest management and drainage are being blamed for the massive and frequent floods Fiji has seen in recent years. 
| 17-Apr-2018
Fiji Sun Online 11th April 2018 | 17-Apr-2018
BBC 3rd April 2018
Fiji's prime minister has said the Pacific island nation is in "a fight for survival" as climate change brings "almost constant" deadly cyclones.
| 10-Apr-2018
Samoa Observer 29th March 2018
World Water and Forests Day was celebrated in Samoa on Tuesday.
| 10-Apr-2018
Matangi Tonga Online 19th February 2018
The Government of Japan is sending more emergency relief goods to Tonga at the request of the Tongan Government, in the wake of Cyclone Gita.
| 20-Feb-2018
30 January 2018
GOVERNMENT plans are in place to address flooding in Nadi and other preparatory works to reduce the impacts of climate change in Fiji.
| 06-Feb-2018
Update: 6:11PM -  AN ocean science training and stakeholder engagement workshop held in Tonga this week has encouraged the Tonga Meteorological Service to develop a monthly Ocean Outlook to provide critical ocean information and forecasts to the public. | 27-Nov-2017
Honiara, Solomon Islands –
Regional collaboration is essential to managing the impacts of droughts and floods across the Pacific.
| 18-Sep-2017
DESPITE having no creeks or rivers on the island, Yaro villagers on Kia Island encountered one of its worst flooding experiences last month.
Villager Osea Masiniqa, 76, said it was the first time that he had encountered such a flooding in his years of living on the island.
| 16-Jun-2016
In a bid to formulate sustainable development plans, seven communities in the Nacula District in the Yasawas are currently undergoing consultations. | 08-Jun-2016
New York, May 7: The international community must boost efforts to build the capacity for disaster risk management and readiness to | 11-May-2016
Sea-level rise, erosion and coastal flooding are some of the greatest challenges facing humanity from climate change. | 11-May-2016
A RECENT report from the Asian Development Fund warns that | 22-Apr-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 death toll from Fiji's super-cyclone hit 29 on Tuesday, February 23, with officials saying the Pacific nation's | 07-Mar-2016
The Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill, has announced that Papua New Guinea will this week provide 5.5 million Kina to Fiji for the recovery | 06-Mar-2016
Fiji has made a plea at the UN for immediate assistance from member countries as it says it can't handle the effects of Cyclone Winston alone | 06-Mar-2016
Cheap, sturdy houses designed by an Australian man have survived Fiji's devastating cyclone with barely a scratch and provide a potential blu | 06-Mar-2016

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