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The Guam National Weather Service says the tropical storm Chan-hom has been upgraded to a typhoon.
Cyclone Raquel has weakened but forecasters are warning flash floods and landslides are still likely for Solomon Islands.
Two Nauru MPs, who have been in custody for two weeks, will stay in the island's prison for at least another week after their bail applications were denied in the Magistrates Court today.
An academic who's been banned from Fiji Brij Lal says he has reached the end of the road in his quest to return to his homeland.
Papua New Guinea's Sports Minister says New Caledonia are the biggest threat to top the Pacific Games medal tally.
The Samoan Prime Minister says all employees will only be working a half day next Wednesday to watch the historic rugby Test between Manu Samoa and the All Blacks in Apia.
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Kiribati commits to more sex education; just one day to go in the countdown to the Tonga King's coronation; Calls for a more tailored approach to managing disasters after confusion dealing with Cyclone Pam; it's ready set go for the Pacific Games in Port Moresby.
The Kiribati minister of education says the school curriculum will be improved to ensure young people know more about sex, but more information also needs to come from the home.
Tonga counting down to the coronation of King Tupou VI on Saturday.
Aid agencies call for a more tailored approach to managing disasters after confusion dealing with Cyclone Pam; a former governor of Madang in Papua New Guinea says a host of issues led to Tuesday's rioting; Australia's doctors have been urged to boycott the Manus Island and Nauru immigration detention centres; Tonga celebrates education during Coronation week; it's ready set go for the Pacific Games in Port Moresby.
A new NGO report is calling for a more tailored approach to disaster management in the Pacific citing the confusion in the wake of Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu as proof a one size fits all approach is no longer appropriate.
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