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By Michelle Curran in Auckland Ten years ago, Tonga’s Kisione Manu was studying a Bachelor of Science at Palmerston North-based Massey University on a New...

The oldest journalism school in the Philippines, at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, has joined the Pacific Media Centre’s Asia Pacific Report...

The Tongan government has announced reassignment of ministerial posts to two of its ministries. Penisimani Fifita has been moved from the Ministry of Internal Affairs...

By David Robie in Auckland Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro's contribution to global social justice and dignity, and to developing nations worldwide - including the...

Catholic students in West Papua have appealed to Bishop Leo Laba Ladjar of Jayapura to reopen closed education facilities for local people. The students met...

The trailer from Paul Janman's documentary about 'Atenisi Institute, Tongan Ark, featuring the late founder Professor Futa Helu and colleagues. Janman is a lecturer...

By Charles Yapumi in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea’s oil and gas giant, Oil Search, plans to continue investing money into supporting national developmental challenges. Managing...

By Freddy Mou in Port Moresby Oro Governor Garry Juffa has branded some public servants in the province as "public serpents". Juffa, when talking to Popondetta...

Pacific media educators and trainers from around the Pacific took advantage of last week’s 4th World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC) to get up to...

The World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC) kicked off tonight in New Zealand with a formal pōwhiri ceremony hosted in the Sir Paul Reeves building at...

By Abeth You in Jayapura The student executive leader of the University of Cendewasih, Elius Wenda, has criticised the recruitment of students in the Institute...

By Serah Aupong in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's long standing university student unrest is costing the country's higher education sector financially, and is also...

By Sally Pokiton in Port Moresby An urgent application filed by the Students Representative Council president Kenneth Rapa against the University of Papua New Guinea...

"Technology is essential for providing Pacific youth with better opportunities for their future." This was a key message at the Pacific Wave "Prosperous Futures through...

Ruth Rungala of EM TV News reports on the National Court granting students right to seek a judicial review of UPNG's eviction order last...

Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, Foreign Affairs Minister Bruno Leingkone and Education Minister Jean-Pierre Nirua have visited Noumea within the framework of the regional cooperation...

In the absence of the Indonesian state's assurance for freedom of expression, the nation has continuously witnessed repressive acts against academic freedom within university...

Pala Molisa is the son of two of the leading lights of Vanuatu's independence movement, onetime Vanua'aku Pati cabinet minister Sela Molisa and civil...

Students of the University of Papua New Guinea gathered early yesterday morning at the forum square on the Waigani campus to vote for a...

Protesting students of Papua New Guinea's University of Technology in Lae are boycotting their classes this week. They are calling on Prime Minister Peter O'Neill...

Unitech's Vice-Chancellor Dr Albert Schram pictured in EMTV video of student unrest updates. By Scott Waide in Lae An overwhelming majority of students at Papua New...

The  Media  Council  of  Papua  New  Guinea  has  appealed  to  government  institutions  and individuals  to respect the  role of  the media and to allow...