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Michael Andrew is the 2019 Pacific Media Watch contributing editor with the Pacific Media Centre. He is studying journalism through AUT’s Postgraduate Diploma in Communications. His work has appeared in the Titirangi Fringe, Wilderness Magazine and The Spinoff.

By Michael Andrew Six years of diverse Pacific research by Auckland University of Technology staff and students has been profiled in a new publication. Presented by...

By Michael Andrew Journalism students across Australia collaborated in an immense project to cover the weekend's federal election. Organised through The Junction, a website showcasing and...

By Michael Andrew Older generations are failing to address climate change and they need the world’s youth to lead the way, says United Nations Secretary-General...

By Michael Andrew Media freedom in Melanesia will be the focus of the next edition of Pacific Journalism Review in partnership the Melanesian Media...

By Michael Andrew More New Zealand journalists have been seeking ways to “prevent tragedy” through their reporting, shows new research published in Columbia Journalism Review. The...

By Michael Andrew Diversity was a winner at AUT’s School of Communication Studies annual awards last night with several Pacific Media Centre contributors taking out...

By Michael Andrew An exhibition about the infamous Dawn Raids in the 1970s has opened in South Auckland, providing a window into a painful chapter...

By Michael Andrew Cuba will develop relationships with Pacific countries despite pressure from the United States, says a visiting advocate. On a tour of New Zealand,...

OPINION: By Michael Andrew, of Pacific Media Watch The New Zealand mainstream media has done two things in the past fortnight - it’s shown just...

By Michael Andrew Muslim students at Auckland University of Technology have praised the gestures of kindness they have received from fellow students and the New...

By Michael Andrew Religion and race-based attacks will continue as a result of the rise of online hate speech, says a leading New Zealand academic. Professor...