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Wansolwara is an award-winning student newspaper produced by students enrolled in the undergraduate journalism programme of the University of the South Pacific. Wansolwara is pidgin for "one ocean, one people".

By Kaneta Naimatu in Suva Journalists in the Pacific region play an important role as the “eyes and ears on the ground” when it comes...

By Kamna Kumar in Suva Pacific Islands Forum Secretary-General Henry Puna stressed the importance of media freedom and its link to the climate and environmental...

By Monika Singh The University of the South Pacific will host a major Pacific international media conference in July to address critical issues in the...

By Monika Singh of Wansolwara The fourth smallest country in the world with a population of just over 11,000 people --  Tuvalu -- fears being...

Wansolwara News The University of the South Pacific journalism programme is hosting a cohort student journalists from Australia's Queensland University of Technology this week. Led by...

By Ema Ganivatu and Brittany Nawaqatabu in Suva A recent webinar hosted by the Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) brought together minds from across the...

By Aralai Vosayaco in Suva The Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) is disappointed with the Fiji government and Pacific Islands Forum’s endorsement of the Japanese...

By Leitu Fereti in Suva The Brown Girl Woke initiative hopes to continue empowering Samoan youth in fighting against the culture of silence over violence. Founder...

By Viliame Tawanakoro in Suva The University of the South Pacific’s regional journalism programme has penned three milestone Memorandums of Understanding that will usher in...

By Joeli Bili in Suva A partnership forged between the Indian government and the University of the South Pacific (USP) will see the establishment of...

ANALYSIS: By Kalinga Seneviratne in Suva At a time when the West has weaponised human rights, the United Nations body that promotes freedom of expression...

By Viliame Tawanakoro in Suva Fiji's Coalition government strongly believes that addressing the country’s priorities head-on is the cornerstone to building a progressive and prosperous...

By Kalinga Seneviratne in Suva There was euphoria at the campus of the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Suva in Fiji last Thursday...

By Geraldine Panapasa in Suva The University of the South Pacific is expected to receive the first instalment of the promised $10 million part payment...

By Geraldine Panapasa in Suva While steps are being taken behind the scenes by Fiji's coalition government to review the country's existing media legislation, civil...

By Geraldine Panapasa of Wansolwara in Suva The University of the South Pacific’s vice-chancellor and president, Professor Pal Ahluwalia, was given a rousing welcome at...

By Yasmine Wright-Gittins and Geraldine Panapasa of Wansolwara in Suva The People’s Alliance Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka, will be writing to key Fiji general election figures...

By Cooper Williams, Yasmine Wright-Gittins and Cindy Chand of Wansolwara in Suva Former politician Remesio Rogovakalali is hoping to see transparency and engagement in the...

By Yasmine Wright-Gittins, Leila Parina and Geraldine Panapasa of Wansolwara in Suva Water bottles, umbrellas and fans were common accessories for voters across Fiji today....

By Ioane Asioli, Cooper Williams and Geraldine Panapasa of Wansolwara in Suva Scores of people along the Nasinu-Suva corridor lined the premises of their designated...

By Geraldine Panapasa in Suva As many as 18,316 Fijians are expected to cast their votes at 149 pre-poll venues around the country for the...

By Akansha Narayan in Suva Award-winning University of the South Pacific student journalist Sera Tikotikoivatu-Sefeti says Pacific voices on the climate fight need to be...