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A powerful magnitude 7.9 quake has struck in the Pacific Ocean, 291 km (180 miles) from Ndoi island of Fiji, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The quake hit at a depth of 570km (354 miles), too deep to cause a tsunami....
At least four people were killed after tropical cyclone Josie hit Fiji, local media report. Two people were swept away in a vehicle near the popular tourist city of Nadi on Fiji’s main island, police confirmed. Two more people, an elderly...
Surfer Bethany Hamilton, who lost an arm in a shark attack when she was just 13, finished in a career-high third place at the World Surf League's Fiji Women's Pro event.
Dozens of people have been killed by the powerful cyclone Winston, which has been ravaging Fiji in recent days. Experts warn that the island country can suffer possible outbreaks of the Zika and Dengue viruses.
Fiji’s South Pacific islands are in emergency lockdown, with all flights in and out of the country suspended, as hurricane force winds from Cyclone Winston batter the nation.
Fiji will remove Great Britain’s Union Flag from its own national banner, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has announced.
Fiji’s prime minister said his island nation would compensate soldiers exposed to radiation during British nuclear tests in the Pacific more than 56 years ago.