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Sri Krishnamurthi

Sri Krishnamurthi
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Sri Krishnamurthi is the Pacific Media Centre's 2018 NZ Institute for Pacific Research journalist and is also on an International Journalism Project in Fiji. Originally from Fiji, Sri has worked in the media as a journalist and in communications in New Zealand for more than 20 years. Sri is currently a student in the Postgraduate Diploma in Communications (Digital Media) course at AUT. He also has an MBA (Massey University).

By Sri Krishnamurthi of Pacific Media Watch Media Director of the Vanuatu Daily Post group, Dan McGarry, is devastated by the Vanuatu government’s decision to...

By Sri Krishnamurthi The 2019 Pacific Media Watch contributing editor has been selected for a 6-week journalism practicum in Jakarta, Indonesia. Michael Andrew was one of...

Simpson@8 investigated the allegations of mismanagement that had accrued over professor Chandra’s tenure. Video: Simpson@8 By Sri Krishnamurthi Staff and students at the University of the...

The Pacific Media Watch mini documentary. Video: Blessen Tom and Sri Krishnamurthi By Sri Krishnamurthi “It’s a bit of a lighthouse” for vital regional news and...

By Sri Krishnamurthi The police raids on the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) and Newscorp's Sunday Telegraph journalist Annika Smethurst earlier this month have had a...

Tongan journalist, publisher and broadcaster Kalafi Moala talks to Pacific Media Watch project's Sri Krishnamurthi. Video: Sri Krishnamurthi/Blessen Tom By Sri Krishnamurthi After 30 years as...

Journalist Sri Krishnamurthi's media freedom video. Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The theme for the 26th celebration of the World Press Freedom Day this year is “Media...

Journalist Sri Krishnamurthi's video interview with Alistar Kata. Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Alistar Kata is uniquely placed to talk about diversity in New Zealand media newsrooms. Not...

By Sri Krishnamurthi The NZ Institute for Pacific Research will cease to exist in its current form, Emeritus Professor Richard Bedford said in a bombshell...

By Sri Krishnamurthi A new Pacific aid mapping tool developed by the Lowy Institute think tank is set to immeasurably improve transparency in aid in...

By Sri Krishnamurthi “Fake News” was the catch phrase of the 2018 Fiji Elections – the second democratic elections since Commodore, now Prime Minister, Voreqe...

By Sri Krishnamurthi in Suva The Fiji Elections Office (FEO) has entered a new phase towards the results of the 2018 elections by stopping the...

By Sri Krishnamurthi in Suva Like a possum in headlights, the Fiji media authorities appear to have been caught out by social media trolls and...

By Sri Krishnamurthi in Suva In a dramatic afternoon, more than 1000 people sang Fijian songs of jubilation as Chief-Justice Anthony Gates dismissed the appeal...

By Sri Krishnamurthi in Suva FijiFirst is expected to win Fiji’s second post-coup general election in eight years - but by what majority? The opposition Social...

A report on innovative solar energy technology for the Pacific. Video: NZIPR By Sri Krishnamurthi with Peter Wilson in Auckland Solar-powered batteries are the key to...

By Sri Krishnamurthi Health challenges in the Pacific Islands require acute and immediate attention from the World Health Organisation, says Dr Colin Tukuitonga, a New...

By Sri Krishnamurthi of Asia-Pacific Report A repentant Sitiveni Rabuka, the Fiji military strongman who sparked off the country's "coup culture" in 1987, admits he...

Climate change is a major worry to the Pacific Islands and it was the major talking point at the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) earlier...

By Sri Krishnamurthi of the Pacific Media Centre Fiji's Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) leader Sitiveni Rabuka is confident of winning government benches in the...

By Sri Krishnamurthi in Suva It’s wrong to think that the youth in Fiji are unaware of the forthcoming election. They are engaging through social...

OPINION: By Sri Krishnamurthi in Suva When I left Fiji 30 years ago, a week after the first coup in 1987, I planned to write...