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World Bank commits US$50 million to support Fijiís long-term Cyclone Winston recovery
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10:21 pm GMT+12, 30/06/2016, United States
“The biggest impacts from Cyclone Winston have been felt in the poorest parts of Fiji, where core livelihoods such as fishing and agriculture can take several years to recover,” said Mona Sur, World Bank Acting Country Director for Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste and the Pacific Islands. &Ö
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Vanuatu customs seizes firearms linked to RSE workers
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PNGDF unit needs specialist weapons: Director
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ADB provides US$50 million for Fiji cyclone relief
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UN Special Envoy for El Nino and Climate Ambassador visits PNG
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Australian law in action on Norfolk Island
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