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ANALYSIS: By Jack Heinemann, University of Canterbury Late last year, the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) initiated a process to eliminate 170 academic jobs to...

Pacific Media Watch An award-winning professor of sport, leadership and governance has criticised her university's handling of recent redundancies of 170 academic staff, saying a...

RNZ News The Employment Relations Authority (ERA) has knocked-back an attempt by one of Aotearoa New Zealand's largest universities to axe more than 100 staff. The...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Dr Lee Duffield The launch of a New Zealand project to produce more Pacific news and provide a “voice for the voiceless”...

Pacific Media Watch Yesterday RNZ's Nine to Noon programme looked at the impact of redundancies at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) among academic staff --...

RNZ Nine To Noon Postgraduate students are petitioning Auckland University of Technology over academic staff cuts -- saying it is hugely disruptive and will impact...

By David Robie A Fiji-based academic challenged the Pacific region’s media and policymakers today over climate crisis coverage, asking whether the discriminatory style of reporting...

RNZ News Thousands of New Zealand tertiary union members will go on strike at eight universities tomorrow over a cost of living pay demand. The Tertiary...

RNZ News A union representing New Zealand tertiary sector staff says a proposal which could lead to massive job cuts at the Auckland University of...

RNZ News Auckland University of Technology has unreservedly apologised to a former academic turned Australian MP for its botched handling of her complaint regarding sexual...

Jordan Fennell of ABC Pacific Beat talks to Laurens Ikinia Living in New Zealand as a student Laurens Ikinia wanted to create a space for...

RNZ News Auckland University of Technology's new vice-chancellor -- the country's first Pasifika educator in the top role at a university -- is determined to...

By Matthew Scott of Newsroom Time is running out for a group of West Papuan students in New Zealand whose scholarships were cut -- out...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report Incoming new vice-chancellor for Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Toelesulusulu Dr Damon Ieremia...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report Keynote speakers professor David Robie and Glenda Gloria, executive editor of Rappler, addressed “truth and justice” on the opening...

RNZ Pacific The new vice-chancellor of the Auckland University of Technology is calling on young Pasifika peoples pursuing their education to stay the course. Toeolesulusulu Dr...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Pacific scholar and senior university sector leader Toeolesulusulu Dr Damon Salesa has been appointed as the next vice-chancellor of Te Wānanga...

By Pita Ligaiula in Suva What are the views of Pacific journalists on professional ethical issues and what pressures affect their work? What is the...

Pacific Journalism Review A Frontline investigative journalism article on the politics behind the decade-long Bougainville war leading up to the overwhelming vote for independence is...

RNZ News An Auckland University of Technology (AUT) student who was at a lecture yesterday is among the 10 new cases of covid-19 reported in...

JEANZ News Professor David Robie, founding director of the AUT Pacific Media Centre, has relaunched Asia Pacific Report as an independent Pacific affairs and analysis...

THE KNIGHTLY VIEWS: By Gavin Ellis For many years I thought universities were the ideal place to establish centres of investigative journalism excellence. Now I’m...