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By Agnes Herbert in Port Vila A founding father and former politician has urged young journalists to write more about Vanuatu’s history. In a presentation to...

ANALYSIS: By T.J. Thomson, Queensland University of Technology; Julie McLaughlin, Queensland University of Technology, and Leah King-Smith, Queensland University of Technology Content warning: this article...

By Kathleen Farmilo and Sweeney Preston in Sydney Journalism students from Australia's Macleay College programme with 50 participants are saying their degrees have been cancelled...

ANALYSIS: By Andrew Dodd, The University of Melbourne; Alexandra Wake, RMIT University, and Matthew Ricketson, Deakin University News Corp Australia and Google have announced the...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Michelle Betz in Ninole, Hawai'i As Cyclone Cody got set to pummel Fiji in early January, students at the University of the...

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...

By David Robie Pacific journalism educators are worried that the global covid pandemic has threatened media development programmes in a vast region of island microstates...

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...

COMMENT: By Scott Waide in Lae Papua New Guinea’s Communications Minister, Timothy Masiu, recently told a news conference to mark World Press Freedom Day that...

By Justin Wong in Auckland Auckland University of Technology has denied it is sidelining the Pacific Media Centre in the School of Communication Studies, but...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Australia's leading journalism education advocacy body has marked World Press Freedom Day by condemning attacks on journalism education and research, including...

The Pacific Newsroom Auckland University of Technology has responded to queries from a media aid watchdog about the future of the regional Pacific Media Centre...

By Laurens Ikinia A journalist who sailed on board the bombed environmental ship Rainbow Warrior, was arrested at gunpoint in New Caledonia while investigating French...

COMMENTARY: By Alexandra Wake in Melbourne How disappointing to read another opinion piece in Australian papers repeating time-old arguments that fail to acknowledge the excellent...

By Sri Krishnamurthi, contributing editor of Pacific Media Watch Desperate times call for desperate measures and so it is with journalism schools throughout the Pacific...

By Jeremaiah Opiniano in Paris Journalism that usually fits into democracies will go to China in 2022 when the economic and political giant hosts 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...

SPECIAL REPORT: By David Robie in Bangkok A leading cyber security expert has called on universities to play a more active role in implementing ethics...

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

COMMENT: By Dr Alexandra Wake No democracy is complete without access to transparent and reliable information. It is the cornerstone for building fair and impartial...

By Michael Andrew Diversity was a winner at AUT’s School of Communication Studies annual awards last night with several Pacific Media Centre contributors taking out...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk An Auckland freelance journalist, Michael Andrew, who is completing his postgraduate journalism diploma at Auckland University of Technology, has been appointed...