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Depression near Fiji could become a cyclone

Depression near Fiji could become a cyclone

Updated 21 November 2012, 18:01 AEST

A depression near Fiji could develop into a tropical cyclone overnight.

That's the warning from the Fiji Meteorological; Service, which is urging people in Fiji to take precautions.

Cyclone Officer, Sanjay Prakash, says at this stage it's not likely to hit the country, but a close eye is being kept on how it develops.

Presenter: Bruce Hill

Speaker:Sanjay Prakash, cyclone officer at the Fiji Meteorological Service

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