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Kendall Hutt

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Kendall Hutt is a graduate journalist from Auckland University of Technology, currently completing her Honours year in Communication Studies. She is on the Pacific Media Centre's 2016 Asia-Pacific Journalism Studies course. Kendall is interested in political and climate change journalism, and runs her own television and film review blog.

By Kendall Hutt The future of Tonga’s Democracy Coalition remains uncertain as next year’s election looms, a Nuku'alofa-based educator has concluded in a public seminar...

Estonia may lie a continent and an ocean away from the two biggest polluters in the world – China and the United States –...

By Kendall Hutt The United Nations Climate Change Conference last year - more commonly referred to as "COP21", may have been praised as a "historic turning...

By Kendall Hutt Journalism educators from across the Pacific have raised concerns about the current state of journalism globally at the 4th World Journalism Education...

By Kendall Hutt The president of Papua New Guinea's media council has highlighted the ongoing challenges facing the government and media educators in a panel...

By Kendall Hutt Work by journalism students across the Pacific was at the centre of talks among educators during one of the panels at the...

Last month's AJ+ video about ExxonMobile's tactics in casting doubt on climate change science. Do changes to climate change reporting need to happen? Does the...

At the helm of Greenpeace environmental campaign vessels for more than 30 years, Peter Willcox talks with Kendall Hutt about climate change and his...

A report into illegal fishing is set to make waves across the Pacific. Kendall Hutt of Asia-Pacific Journalism reports. Officials from 17 nations across the...

The Rainbow Warrior video news compilation by the AUT student journalists. Source: AUT Report by Pacific Media Watch A team of Auckland University of Technology student...

Media freedom is about the right of the people to be informed, not just about media freedoms of journalists and news organisations. Kendall Hutt...