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RNZ Pacific Fiji has been ranked as the worst place in the Pacific region for journalists in the latest assessment by the global press freedom...

By Lucile Guichet-Tirao in Pape'ete La Dépêche de Tahiti, the oldest and last major daily newspaper in French Polynesia, has finally closed after publishing for...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk The Post-Courier newspaper today compared Papua New Guinean Prime Minister James Marape to the infamous emperor Nero who fiddled while Rome...

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...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk New Zealand's leading daily newspaper today published an editorial exposing the "unfairness" of global media criticism of Australasian responses to covid-19,...

COMMENT: By Gavin Ellis, Knightly Views I have been reading the tea leaves in the bottom of the online subscription cup. My fortune-telling has been assisted...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called for the restoration of media pluralism and unrestricted internet access in Myanmar, where the military,...

TRIBUTE: By Frank Senge Kolma in Port Moresby Many will now try to recollect some experience, some exchange or brush with the Grand Chief Sir...

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...

ANALYSIS: By Merja Myllylahti, Auckland University of Technology When Bauer Media announced the closure of its New Zealand magazine operation just a week into level...

By Melisha Yafoi in Port Moresby The publishers of the PNG Post-Courier, South Pacific Post Limited, have launched  50th anniversary commemorative postage stamps to mark...

By RNZ News NZME is insisting a deal for it to purchase media rival Stuff is still on the cards, despite Stuff's owner saying it...

ANALYSIS: By Peter Greste of The University of Queensland It is easy to assume Australia has a free press. Our squawky newspapers are filled with...

ANALYSIS: By Sally Young of the University of Melbourne Many newspapers betrayed their readers during the Great Depression and now some are doing so again...

By Sri Krishnamurthi, contributing editor of Pacific Media Watch Media on both sides of the Tasman face apocalyptic times as the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic decimates...

By Bob Howarth The Timor-Leste Press Council directors have called a media conference to announce that one of the country's five newspapers, Jornal Independente, is...

By the Samoa Observer Editorial Board Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s insistence on telling the media how to do its job is unnecessary....

By Mata'afa Keni Lesa in Apia Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr Sa’ilele Malielegaoi has attacked the Samoa Observer, accusing the nation’s only daily newspaper of being...

Tongan journalist, publisher and broadcaster Kalafi Moala talks to Pacific Media Watch project's Sri Krishnamurthi. Video: Sri Krishnamurthi/Blessen Tom By Sri Krishnamurthi After 30 years as...

REVIEW: By Adrian Blackburn After something of a love/hate relationship with The New Zealand Herald since I joined as a cadet reporter in 1957, I...

COMMENT: By Bob Howarth in Dili Today, World Press Freedom Day, is being celebrated in all democratic parts of the world. And Timor-Leste has much...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The news editor for National Media Group (GMN) in Timor-Leste has been dismissed due to his role as the TL Press...