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Vanuatu Government to disburse anti-malaria drugs within half a year

30 APRIL 2009 PORT VILA (Pacnews) ---- The Vanuatu Government’s National Malaria Control Programme is expected to distribute a new anti-malarial treatment within the next six months, reports Radio New Zealand International.

 
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Samoan leaderís speech on climate change impresses CNMI lawmaker
29 APRIL 2009 SAIPAN (Pacnews) ---- Samoa’s head of state delivered a message that a CNMI lawmaker finds “profoundly powerful” and very relevant to all islands, reports Marianas Variety.   
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Vanuatu expects to improve malaria treatment
29 APRIL 2009 PORT VILA (Pacnews) --- Health authorities in Vanuatu are confident a new anti-malarial treatment soon to be introduced to the nation will be far more effective than previous drugs used to combat the disease, reports Radio New Zealand International  
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Malaria bid having an impact in PNG

29 APRIL 2009 PORT MORESBY (Pacnews) ---- It is pleasing to see the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Government and other development partners backing the roll out of malaria programme but it remains adversary in the country, reports Post Courier.


 
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Samoa alert on spread of swine flu
29 APRIL 2009 APIA (Pacnews) ---- Samoa’s Quarantine Division has been issued an alert to look into the swine flu currently causing concern overseas, chief executive Officer of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Asuao Kirifi Pouono, said, reports Samoa Observer


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UN swine flu pandemic alert remains at phase 4 amid rising infections
29 APRIL 2009 GENEVA (Pacnews) ---  The international influenza pandemic alert remains at phase four, on a six-level warning scale, the United Nations health agency said today, as the count of swine flu infections continues to rise.    
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Swine pandemic would cripple NZ economy: study

29 APRIL 2009 CANBERRA (Pacnews) ---- New Zealand could lose 500 people and see its economy contract by about 1.4 per cent in a “mild” pandemic of the scale of the 1968-69 Hong Kong flu, a study on the global economic consequences of a major outbreak has estimated, reports NZ Herald

 
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