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By Hans Nicholas Jong in Jakarta Experts have warned that a slate of sweeping deregulation planned by the Indonesian government could prove disastrous for the...

A video made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pacific Journalism Review in 2014. Video: Sasya Wreksono/PMC Pacific Media Watch Tuwhera, the open access repository and...

By Andreas Harsono in Jakarta Mongabay environmental editor Phil Jacobson was deported from Indonesia last evening, flying from Jakarta to New York after he was...

Pacific Media Watch An American environmental journalist accused of violating the terms of his visa has been freed after three days in jail and is...

A Mongabay video message to supporters of the US journalist Philip Jacobson arrested in Indonesia. By Michael Andrew in Jakarta International journalists and agencies have condemned...

Pacific Media Watch Philip Jacobson, an award-winning editor for the non-profit environmental science news outlet Mongabay, has been arrested for an alleged visa violation in...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Two Indonesian journalists who had reported on an illegal oil palm plantation in Sumatra have been found stabbed to death. According to...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk An American journalist working in the Philippines on indigenous environmental and human rights issues has been shot and critically wounded while...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A new handbook for the existential problem of our time – climate change – has been published as a boost for...

ANALYSIS: By Dr Dominic O'Sullivan It is not unusual for Fiji to intimidate and imprison journalists. Journalists provide checks on government, parliament and business, which threatens...

By Wansolwara The journalism programme at the University of the South Pacific has won a US$20,000 (F$42,617) grant in a boost environmental reporting in the...

By RNZ News Fiji has reportedly revoked the approval of a Chinese resort project on Malolo Island. The developer Freesoul Real Estate had begun building a 350-bure...

By RNZ News Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has apologised to three New Zealand journalists detained overnight in Suva by a "group of rogue officers" Newsroom...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk “Rob” flooding in the Indonesian city of Semarang, Cyclone Winston’s devastation and social media in Fiji and “backpack journalism” in Typhoon...

By Jean Bell in Auckland Two postgraduate students on the Pacific Media Centre's Bearing Witness climate change project are due to jet to Fiji this...

By Elizabeth Osifelo in Suva The French government is committed to the fight against climate change in the Pacific and hopes programmes such as the...

BOOKS: By David Robie, editor of Pacific Journalism Review At the time of reviewing this important and timely book, Hurricane Irma had just ripped a...

Drone views of the village of Timbulsloko showing the scale of coastal erosion and sinking flatlands in an area that once used to be...

OPINION: By Dr Shailendra Singh Climate change seems to be getting increasingly more news coverage recently, which is a positive outcome—on at least some levels. But...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk A Wansolwara second-year student journalist from the University of the South Pacific has been included among 10 Pacific journalists who have...

The France24 Observers climate change report on Fiji featuring ePOP student journalists Koroi Tadulala and Telstar Edrie Jimmy. Video: France 24 Observers - in...

By Abishek Chand in Suva Student journalists of the University of the South Pacific have been reminded about the threat of climate change and the...