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(1 day ago) 1 day ago · Parts of New Zealand are also under tsunami warning after a violent eruption of the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai underwater volcano in Tonga this afternoon. The warning for the north and east coast of the North Island and the Chatham Islands came a short time ago from NEMA (the National Emergency ...
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(1 day ago) 1 day ago · Live updates: Tonga under a nationwide tsunami warning. A tsunami warning has been issued for all of Tonga following a violent erutpion of the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai underwater volcano this afternoon. The warning was issued a short time ago by the Tonga Meteorological Services. Waves have hit the main island, Tongatapu, including Nukualofa.
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(1 day ago) Jan 13, 2022 · The Duke of York's military titles and royal patronages have been returned to the Queen, Buckingham Palace has announced. Prince Andrew will also stop using the style His Royal Highness in an official capacity, a royal source added. The decision comes a day after a judge in the US decided a civil ...
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(1 day ago) 5 hours ago · Novak Djokovic flies out of Australia after court throws out visa challenge. Novak Djokovic has flown out of Australia after the Federal Court upheld the government's decision to cancel the tennis star's visa. Novak Djokovic wears a face mask as he arrives at the lawyer's office in Melbourne on 16 January 2022. Photo: AFP.
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(2 days ago) 2 days ago · Top News stories Covid-19 update: 29 new community cases in New Zealand, 25 in MIQ; Covid-19: Auckland resthome caregiver tests positive; Tonga tsunami warning lifted but volcano still monitored; Covid-19: 43 more deaths recorded in NSW, Victoria; First lot of 25,000 Auckland activity vouchers to be allocated
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(2 days ago) 1 day ago · The charge was confirmed by Assistant Police Commissioner, Papalii Efo Moalele in response to questions from Radio Polynesia. Papalii added that more charges will be filed in this case but the obtaining by deception is the hold charge. Sialele is remanded out on bail, and is scheduled to appear before the Supreme Court in February. Tags: Pacific.
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(1 day ago) 5 hours ago · Tonga eruption likely the world's largest in 30 years - scientist. Early data from Tonga's violent volcanic eruption suggests it is the biggest blast since Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines 30 years ago, volcanologist Shane Cronin says. Footage taken by Japan's Himawari-8 satellite and released by the National Institute of Information and ...
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(1 day ago) Jan 13, 2022 · Top News stories Djokovic set to be detained again as he fights decision to cancel his visa; Iwi collective’s online blitz targets hesitancy over children’s vaccinations; New lending restrictions lock prospective home owners out of the market; Teen rugby star dances her way into Black Ferns Sevens
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(2 days ago) Jan 13, 2022 · 11:22 am on 14 January 2022. Finau Fonua, RNZ Pacific Journalist. Tonga's King Tupou VI says the kingdom must support the private sector and continue to face the ongoing challenges of a fledging economy, as well as the threat of Covid and illegal drugs. He was addressing the opening of the country's newly elected Parliament which was via ...
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(2 days ago) Nov 27, 2021 · "The news about this new variant should make clearer than ever why this pandemic will not end until we have global vaccinations," Biden said. European Union spokesperson Eric Mamer said member states agreed to the ban after Europe's first case of the variant was discovered in Belgium.
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(1 day ago) Nov 30, 2021 · Pacific regional response to Solomons crisis takes shape. 7:24 pm on 30 November 2021. Fiji is the latest regional country to announce it is sending security forces to Solomon Islands where major unrest rocked the capital. Days of rioting in Honiara by mobs who torched buildings and looted shops prompted the government to call for outside help.
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