Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A report on the alleged mismanagement and abuse charges at the University of the South Pacific is due by August 16,...

By Michael Andrew A group of University of the South Pacific journalism students have returned from a week-long trip to the Solomon Islands covering communities...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The search for the missing Indonesian military Mi-17 helicopter, which disappeared on Friday, continues around the Mol and Aprok mountains near...

By RNZ Pacific Indonesia will use a landmark business and trade exposition next week in New Zealand to launch a fresh diplomatic push in the Pacific,...

By RNZ Pacific Murder charges have been laid in the case of the French Polynesian journalist Jean-Pascal Couraud, who vanished in 1997. The accused are Couraud's...

By Gemma Holliani Cahya in Jakarta Silas Papare Air Force base in Sentani, Jayapura, has reported that an Mi-17 helicopter belonging to the Indonesian Army...

ANALYSIS: By Bates Gill of Macquarie University As China solidifies its new status as superpower and cementing its influence in the Pacific, The Conversation...

By Michael Andrew A Pacific Media Centre collaborator has been awarded the inaugural Sean Dorney Grant for Pacific Journalism at the 2019 Walkley Mid-Year Celebration. Vanuatu-based...

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...

The AMIC 2009 conference highlights. Video: AMIC Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A new video has been produced on YouTube featuring highlights of this month's 27th AMIC...

By RNZ News The New Zealand Herald’s new premium paywall could turn readers to digital competitor Stuff, warns Auckland University of Technology communication studies lecturer Dr...

ANALYSIS: By Chris Turney in Sydney Late on Monday night, the City of Sydney became the first state capital in Australia to officially declare a...

By Marguerite Afra Sapiie in Jakarta Indonesia's National Police are facing increased pressure as investigations by human rights organisations have found alleged use of...

ANALYSIS: By Pip Hinman in Sydney Long-time Australian climate campaigner David Spratt and former fossil fuel company executive Ian Dunlop have issued a bold call...

By RNZ Pacific French Polynesia's former president Gaston Flosse and 12 other people have been ordered to jointly repay millions of francs they misspent on...

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...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk About 250 West Papuans have been served notices of eviction to leave their settlement in Port Moresby, reports The National. National Capital...

By Rosalie Nongebatu in Suva Three journalism students from The University of the South Pacific in Suva have been selected to participate in a week-long...

By Peni Komaisavai in Suva Staff of the University of the South Pacific at the university’s main Laucala campus in Suva have called for pro-chancellor...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The Cook Islands censor has backtracked on its initial decision to ban Rocketman. Instead, the Cook Islands Internal Affairs has followed the...