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The Family, Sexual, Violence Actions office in Port Moresby has condemned news of women being violently abused in Papua New Guinea with manager Ruth...

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...

Australia's Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) says public interest journalism is at a "crossroads" in its submission to the country's Senate inquiry into the future...

By Rashneel Kumar in Avarua, Rarotonga The Cook Islands is part of a 12-nation research project to comprehensively map Pacific Islands journalism culture at a...

By Kateni Sau in Wellington “I realised that the thinking of a society is greatly influenced by what they read, listen to, and watch --...

By Kendall Hutt Climate change is at the heart of a unique regional study into journalism culture in the Pacific. The study, focusing on journalism’s role...

The Australian Centre for Independent Journalism, one of the flagships of investigative journalism, has been closed after 25 years in a controversial decision by...

By Kendall Hutt in Auckland In an ever-changing news environment, one academic and researcher has "gone backstage" at Switzerland’s public broadcasting company to better understand...

By Queenie Jose of Te Waha Nui Two Auckland University of Technology students who took top communication studies prizes at an awards ceremony last night...

School of Communication Studies award winners 2016: School of Communication Studies Award for Top Student in the Certificate in Communication Studies: Joshua Katz School of Communication...

Communications Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum claims there is "absolutely nothing" stopping investigative journalism in Fiji, the major television network reports, Media freedom – especially for critical...

By Kelly Vacala in Suva The safety of media personnel has come under the spotlight again after an attack on a Fiji Broadcasting Corporation television...

By Michelle Curran in Auckland Every morning before school, Sonal Shalveer Singh Aujla would watch the news and admire the way BBC and CNN journalists...

New Zealand journalists are working longer hours, and feeling more pressure, both ethically and resource-wise, than they were only two years ago, a new...

Jakarta has a new award for courage in journalism, honouring West Papuan editor Oktovianus Pogau who died last year. The inaugural award has been...

The oldest journalism school in the Philippines, at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, has joined the Pacific Media Centre’s Asia Pacific Report...

An example of a documentary video made by a partner group of West Papua Media, AwasMIFEE. Since joining Indonesia officially in 1969, there were...

Heavily armed Papua New Guinea police in camouflage fatigues confront students before opening fire on them on 8 June 2016. Image: PMC video The shootings...

By TJ Aumua "Teaching hospital" is a model that is regarded as a way for journalism educators to turn their classrooms into newsrooms by immersing...

Asia New Zealand Foundation-supported communication studies and journalism particants Dr Hermin Indah Wahyuni of Indonesia and professor Crispin Maslog of the Philippines today caught...

By Denise Yeo A two-week journalism stint in Fiji, dubbed “Bearing Witness”, has lent new perspectives on the effects of climate change on AUT journalism...

Journalist Michael Neilson spent six weeks earlier this year at The Sydney Morning Herald in Jakarta, Indonesia. He describes his time working for the paper...