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Duration 2004/01/07 The worst cyclone in memory has flattened the capital of the tiny South Pacific island state of Niue, killing a woman and seriously injuring several people including her baby, officials said on Wednesday. Country or District Niue Name Typhoon
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- OCHA Situation Report 2004/01/12
One adult fatality, two seriously injured and One hundred homes in Alofi and other villages have been completely or partially destroyed.
- OCHA Situation Report 2004/01/07
The main town of Alofi has been flattened, and there has been at least one death and several injuries caused by the cyclone Heta.
- Reuters Alertnet 2004/01/07
Worst storm in memory hits Pacific's Niue, one dead
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- NASA Earth Observatory Natural Hazardｓ 2004/01/06
Cyclone Heta approaches the island of Niue in this Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) image taken by the Aqua satellite on January 6, 2004.