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ANALYSIS: By Rodney Tiffen, University of Sydney “These are dark times for our nation”, former US President Donald Trump declared when he announced his mansion...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk A media freedom advocacy group has called on New Zealand to end its silence over the Julian Assange case in what...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Israel's fatal shooting of leading Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh as she covered clashes in the West Bank city of...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Groups representing journalists around the world have expressed concern that billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's move to buy Twitter would damage media...

ANALYSIS: By Sue Ahearn As China seeks greater influence in the South Pacific, its manipulation of local news outlets is having a serious impact on...

OBITUARY: By Giff Johnson, editor of the Marshall Islands Journal and RNZ Pacific correspondent Micronitor News and Printing Company founder Joe Murphy moved the goal...

COMMENTARY: By Gavin Ellis It is common practice for journalists to share contact details and locations in hostile environments such as war zones. Something is...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Alexander Rheeney It was probably one of those rare times when I “became the news” as a journalist. I had accompanied Greenpeace activists...

COMMENT: By Graham Davis If anyone is wondering why the Fijian media hasn’t reported the details of my reporting on Grubsheet Feejee of the Prime...

RSF president Pierre Haski announces the 29th RSF Press Freedom Awards in Paris. Video: RSF Reporters Without Borders The 2021 Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Press Freedom...

Journalists already under threat of military arrest, jail and torture in Myanmar are now fronting a covid-19 national crisis as the virus rips through...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Media offices have been bombed and Palestinian and international journalists arrested, beaten and threatened by Israeli forces amid escalating violence in...

International Federation of Journalists Australia’s journalists’ union – the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) – has voted to end its decades long relationship with...

Asia Pacific Report Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is dismayed by the sudden intensification of the ruling junta’s crackdown on journalists during the past three days,...

By Phil Thornton in Bangkok The Myanmar army, police and militia’s use of violence against peaceful protestors reached another level on Sunday, February 28. By 5pm, local...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Award-winning editor Mata'afa Keni Lesa is moving on from the Samoa Observer after 22 years, reports Samoa Global News. Mata’afa Keni Lesa...

By Sri Krishnamurthi of the Pacific Media Centre Australian authorities’ heavy-handedness and the use of the covid-19 pandemic to curb civic and media freedoms are...

By Laurens Ikinia in Auckland Media freedom defenders from Commonwealth countries have criticised many governments across the world that threaten and censor the work of...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom has called for a voluntary certification programme for Australian journalists as an essential step towards building...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Today, October 16, marks the 45th anniversary of the Balibo Five – the five Australian-based Australian, British and New Zealand -...

ANALYSIS: By John Pilger in London When I first met Julian Assange more than 10 years ago, I asked him why he had started WikiLeaks....

EDITORIAL: By Jonathan Milne, editor, Cook Islands News For the past few months, our Cook islands Parliamentarians have said repeatedly, “we’re all in this together”....