If this has already happened and you want to know about a specific page, then you could try asking Support to check if the logs they can access have more detail about who deleted it.
But if this is a general request about knowing who has deleted a page, then this should be possible using a custom webhook that is triggered when a page is deleted. You can actually track all changes to pages, blogs, attachments and comments if needed. However, you need to maintain the system to log the data generated by this process.
a space administrator can see deleted pages in the recycle bin of the space. But It is not logged, who deleted the page.
If a page is deleted from the recycle bin, there is no way to see, if that page existed before.
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