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Dozens of international passengers who arrived in Rarotonga over the weekend have tested negative for covid-19, and have been released from supervised quarantine.
The group of 54 were passengers onboard the first Air New Zealand flight from Auckland to Rarotonga since the announcement of new community cases of Covid-19 in Northland and north of Auckland.
The intensity of Cyclone Ana surprised many in Fiji which was hammered with 140km/hr gusts and heavy rain over the weekend.
The storm developed into a Category 2 storm after initially sweeping past the Yasawas as a Category 1 system.
It proceeded to cut a swathe through the northern and eastern parts of Viti Levu, including Suva.
As of Sunday the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) said a 49-year-old man had drowned and was the first casualty from the storm.
The people of a village Fiji's prime minister described as the "worst-affected" by Cyclone Yasa in December have decided to completely relocate, instead of rebuilding on the same exposed patch of devastated land.
Cogea, which sits at the junction of two rivers in Vanua Levu, was nearly wiped out by floodwaters on the night of 17 December, as Yasa tore a path directly over the village, leaving 32 families homeless.
A Fijian has been elected to head the United Nations Human Rights Council, the first time a Pacific country has held the role.
Fiji's ambassador to Geneva, Nazhat Shameem Khan, will serve as the council's president for this year.
She was elected by an unprecedented secret ballot after a diplomatic stand-off prevented a consensus decision.
Khan, who was a favourite of western countries, won 29 of the 47 votes, beating off competition from Bahrain and Uzbekistan.
Passengers from the Cook Islands will resume quarantine-free travel into New Zealand from next week, the two governments have confirmed.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown have announced the change, which will start from 21 January.
Fiji Rugby will introduce a new Sevens tournament next year to prepare for the 2021 Olympic Games.
Chief Executive John O'Connor said Fiji Rugby had to be innovative after World Rugby had cancelled most of Sevens Series this year because of Covid-19.
"The HSBC 7s Series had been an integral part of our preparations for the Olympics as such, we have had to look at other alternatives to give our players the needed preparation before the Olympics," he said.