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Pacific Media Watch Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s government to end the "absurd situation" in which Australian investigative journalist...

Pacific Media Watch An award-winning journalist whose reporting on a murder and corruption investigation got her deported from Malaysia has been prevented from boarding a...

NEWS REVIEW: By Robert Baird The Australian lawyer who helped uncover the Timor-Leste bugging scandal says Australia had direct, advanced knowledge of the threat that...

By Sri Krishnamurthi The shock announcement yesterday that the Australian Associated Press newsagency will cease operations after 85 years is a blow to journalism in...

By Alexandra Wake of RMIT University Australia’s news landscape, and the ability of citizens to access quality journalism, has been dealt a major blow by...

Pacific Media Watch Citizens, journalists, lawyers and international media personalities have joined together in an international open letter to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, calling...

By RSF in London During the first week of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s US extradition hearing in London, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) was concerned by...

Pacific Media Watch The ABC’s decision today to end the appeal process against the warrant used to raid its offices demonstrates that the system is...

By Felipe F. Salvosa II in Manila Philippines Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon has dismissed comments by Senator Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go that "politics" is...

President Rodrigo Duterte administers the oath of office to the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) officials in a ceremony at the...

Jamela Alindogan reports on journalists in the Philippines protesting and demanding better protection of press freedoms. Video: Al Jazeera By Neil Joshua N. Servallos in...

By Felipe F. Salvosa II in Manila ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Lopez Katigbak has broken his silence amid the controversy over renewal of the...

Pacific Media Watch An Australian federal court decision upholding the legality of the police raid on the Sydney headquarters of the national public broadcaster ABC...

Pacific Media Watch The Philippines top state lawyer has filed a lawsuit against the country’s key television broadcaster with “guns blazing” but he ought to...

By Felipe F. Salvosa II in Manila Solicitor-General Jose Calida asked the Supreme Court today to issue a gag order against ABS-CBN, claiming the Philippines’...

President Rodrigo Duterte takes legal action to shut down the biggest broadcaster in the Philippines in what is being described as the most severe...

By Felipe F. Salvosa II in Manila New York-based Human Rights Watch has led a barrage of condemnation against the Duterte government’s "assault on media...

Solicitor-General Jose Calida has shocked media freedom defenders by filing a petition against the television network giant ABS-CBN barely a month before its franchise...

By Denis Muller in Melbourne In September 2019, the editor of The Conversation, Misha Ketchell, declared The Conversation’s editorial team in Australia was henceforth taking...

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 Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on Philippine parliamentarians to resist President Rodrigo Duterte’s threats and ensure the survival of ABS-CBN, the...

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...