There was a spot of good news amid tragedy as category two Cyclone Ana hit Fiji over the weekend.
Heavy rain and 140km/h winds hammered the island nation, forcing more than 10,000 people into evacuation centres.
At least one person died and five are missing, including a three-year-old boy.
In better news, a pregnant woman and her husband who were rescued by the military welcomed twin girls during the cyclone.
They were unable to reach Labasa Hospital, with the woman giving birth at a military camp, helped by a soldier's wife.
Also in this week's Pacific Update, there's a political storm in New Caledonia, the closure of French Polynesia's borders, and the best from social media.