Interim Praim Minista bilong Fiji Frank Bainimarama i tokim pipal bungim heve long Cyclone Evan olsem halivi i wok long ikam nau.
Commodore Bainimarama i bin mekim dispela tok aut bilong halivim ol pipal bihain long em igo bek long nait igo pinis bihainim lukluk raun igo long ol eria cyclone ibin kamapim ol bagarap long Western Division.
Em ibin treval long Kings Highway bilong lukim wanem kain ol bagarap ol haiwara i kamapim.
Interim Praim minista ibin mekim strongpela askim igo long ol lain i stap long wok bilong klinim ol pipia long mekim kuik wok bilong ol.
Em i tok dispela bai lukim olsem ol bikpela senta bai opim dua bilong ol na wok bilong ol bai igo het.
Em ibin tok, ol bai traim long buildim ken ol haus bilong ol.
Em ino bai kamap dispela wik or neks wik tasol lilik taim bihain.
Gavman i tok ol i givim aut kaikai igo long ol dispela pipal i bin bungim heve long cyclone, namel long ol ol pipal husat ibin igo stap long ol evecuation centres.
Red Cross long Fiji i tok em i lukluk mo long kisim klin wara na haus sel or tarps igo long ol eria ibin bungim bikpela bagarap.
AusAID i salim pinis 36 ton bilong ol emergency supplies igo long Fiji.
Las ofisal kaut i soim olsem oli lukautim 14,000 pipal long ol emergency centres.
Namba wan luksave bilong Fiji Red Cross Society i soim samting olsem 600 haus ibin kisim bikpela bagarap long Lautoka tasol.
Ol bildings long dispela eria ibin kisim bikpela birua tru or destroyed.
Samting olsem 300 soldia nau i stap long cleanup, na oli pasim pastaim Fiji Military Forces nomal Christmas standown period igo nap oli pinisim ol wok.
Ol cleanup na recovery wok i go het tu long Samoa, we Cyclone Evan ibin kilim foapela pipal na mekim mo long fo tausen pipal no gat haus pastaim long em i go hamarim Fiji.
Ol ofisal long New Zealand i tok ating dispela cyclone i wok long makim kos igo long ol.
Oli ting em i lusim strong bilong em pinis tasol i nap bringim hevi ren na ha-wara long sampela hap bilong New Zealand long wiken.
Gallery: In pictures: Cyclone Evan
- Photo: A damaged home in Volivilo Beach in Rakiraki, Fiji, Monday, Dec. 17, 2012. Cyclone Evan has battered the South Pacific island state of Fiji with 200km/h winds, cutting power and water supplies in the northern region. (AAP Image: Jonacani Lalakobau)
- Photo: A fire officer in Rakiraki, Fiji, assists families to an evacuation centre on December 17, 2012. Cyclone Evan has battered the South Pacific island state of Fiji, cutting power and water supplies in the northern region. (AAP: ATU RASEA)
- Photo: Pita Turgagaviti clears away branches from a tree that collapsed on top of a car shelter outside a house in Laucala Bay Road near Suva (AFP: Joshua Kuku)
- Photo: Cyclone Evan whips up strong winds and rough seas along Queen Elizabeth Drive in Suva on December 17, 2012. (Reuters: Fiji Ministry of Information)
- Photo: Cyclone Evan brings flooding to Wailea settlement in Fiji on December 17, 2012. (Facebook: Fiji Ministry of Information)
- Photo: Volunteer firefighters and rescuers have been deployed in Fiji as Cyclone Evan approaches (Twitter: @JLenoa)
- Photo: People take shelter in an evacuation centre in Suva. December 17, 2012 (Reuters: Fiji Ministry of Information)
- Photo: 'Every Fijian will be affected': Grim warning issued ahead of Cyclone Evan (ABC News)
- Photo: A car is covered by debris in the wake of Cyclone Evan in Samoa, December 14, 2012. (ABC News: Dominique Schwartz)
- Photo: A massive old pulu tree lies uprooted in Apia on Friday. [Image: Zaskiya Lesa; Facebook: Go the Manu]
- Photo: Floodwaters surge down a street in a town in Samoa as Tropical Cyclone Evan dumps torrential rain on December 13, 2012. (One News NZ)
- Photo: Debris lays strewn after Cyclone Evan tore through Samoa, December 14, 2012. (ABC News: Dominique Schwartz)
- Photo: This image, posted on Facebook, shows the collapsed entrance walkway at the Faleolo Airport Terminal, as Apia braces for Cyclone Evan. (Facebook: Ben Lavea Muamua)
- Photo: The force of the cyclone is seen in this image of a car crushed up against a building near Lelata Bridge. Lelata was one of the worst-hit areas [Image: Kristian Scanlan; Facebook: Go the Manu]
- Photo: Samoa is bracing for the for the arrival of Tropical Cyclone Evan (Instagram: @rob_ahsam)
- Photo: Tree ripped out of the ground in front of the Central Bank of Samoa building in Apia. (Facebook: Seti Afoa)
- Photo: The view from Radio Polynesia at Savalalo, looking out to Treasure Garden and Fugalei on Thursday December 13, 2012. (Facebook: Taumasina Keil)
- Photo: Remains of a building in the wake of Cyclone Evan in Samoa, December 14, 2012. (ABC News: Dominique Schwartz)
- Photo: A satellite image of Tropical Cyclone Evan hovering over Samoa and American Samoa on December 13, 2012. (NASA Goddard)
- Photo: Flooding leaves Apia Park under water. (Facebook: Samaria Mitchell)
- Photo: Cyclone Evan emerged on Wednesday when a tropical depression deepened 300km southwest of Apia and moved eastward toward the city (Samoa Meteorological Service)
- Photo: Tiavi area, Cross Island Road as Samoa experiences Cyclone Evan (Facebook: Anna Aiolupotea via GoTheManu)