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By Kateni Sau in Wellington “I realised that the thinking of a society is greatly influenced by what they read, listen to, and watch --...

As schools, universities and other educational centres closed early today in the face of warnings over high winds and power outages with the full...

OBITUARY: By Richard Lance Keeble Phillip Knightley, the investigative reporter who has died aged 87, was a wonderful storyteller. Once he told my students at...

Heavily armed Papua New Guinea police in camouflage fatigues confront students before opening fire on them on 8 June 2016. Image: PMC video The shootings...

The University of the South Pacific hosted its annual journalism awards this month, honouring some of the top students who report for the journalism...

By Maria Eden T. Dino in Manila  “Moving on without justice being served is not moving on—it’s giving up.” This was the reminder of University of...

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...

By TJ Aumua "Teaching hospital" is a model that is regarded as a way for journalism educators to turn their classrooms into newsrooms by immersing...

By Husain Malvi Journalism education is challenged by issues in all regions of the world and the South Pacific is no different. At the 4th...

By Husain Malvi Research journal editors and publishers are often faced with a range of challenges when producing publications outside the Northern Hemisphere elite. At...

By TJ Aumua The lack of qualified journalists and media educators is threatening the quality of media in the Pacific. This was an urgent topic discussed...

Asia New Zealand Foundation-supported communication studies and journalism particants Dr Hermin Indah Wahyuni of Indonesia and professor Crispin Maslog of the Philippines today caught...

Thanks to the NZ Institute of Pacific Research and other donors, a large group of Pacific Island journalists and media educators have arrived in...

The challenges faced by working journalists in Samoa to ensure freedom of speech will be discussed in a presentation from a leading academic from...

By Michelle Curran After just one-week in New Zealand, three Pacific-based media and journalism students taking part in Pacific Cooperation Foundation’s (PCF) Media Programme have...

Le Va, in partnership with Pasifika media, has launched the "Pasifika media guidelines for reporting suicide". This whiteboard video provides an overview. OPINION: By Kalafi...

By Denise Yeo A two-week journalism stint in Fiji, dubbed “Bearing Witness”, has lent new perspectives on the effects of climate change on AUT journalism...

By TJ Aumua Media experts say journalism institutions lack the resources needed to raise the quality and awareness of environmental reportage in the Asia-Pacific region. Widely...

Despite being one of New Zealand's most successful foreign and war correspondents, Diana Goodman is far from a household name in her home country But...

Journalist Michael Neilson spent six weeks earlier this year at The Sydney Morning Herald in Jakarta, Indonesia. He describes his time working for the paper...

A regional media forum in Fiji has heard the fear of retribution is a barrier to reporting human rights stories in the Pacific, Radio...

By Harrison Selmen in Port Vila The University of the South Pacific is offering for the first time one of its journalism courses to be...