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RNZ Pacific A New Zealand author, journalist and media educator who has covered the Asia-Pacific region since the 1970s says liberation "must come" for Kanaky/New...

Pacific Media Watch Pacific Journalism Review, the Pacific and New Zealand's only specialist media research journal, is celebrating 30 years of publishing this year --...

Asia Pacific Report A community-based Asia-Pacific network of academics, journalists and activists has now gone online with an umbrella website for its publications, current affairs...

By Aisha Azeemah in Suva With the lights on one of his sneakers blinking as he ran through the gallery, a little boy looked up...

REVIEW: By David Robie Just months before the outbreak of the genocidal Israeli war on Gaza after the deadly assault on southern Israel by Hamas...

By Bernadette Carreon and Aubrey Belford A major daily newspaper in Solomon Islands received nearly US$140,000 in funding from the Chinese government in return for...

Journalist and critic of Israeli apartheid Antony Loewenstein wrapped up his New Zealand tour with another damning address in Auckland last night but was...

Pacific Media Watch Australian-German investigative journalist Antony Loewenstein argues Israel has used the Occupied Palestinian territories as a testing ground to develop weaponry and surveillance...

By Viliame Tawanakoro in Suva The University of the South Pacific’s regional journalism programme has penned three milestone Memorandums of Understanding that will usher in...

Pacific Media Watch Journalist, author and media academic David Robie has launched an independent news and current affairs website to complement his long-established Asia Pacific...

REVIEW: By Sri Krishnamurthi From Island girl to an airline pilot seems like the Disney fantasy Moana yet nothing could further from the truth when...

BOOK CHAPTER: By Nicky Hager Whistleblower Owen Wilkes was a tireless and formidable researcher for the Pacific, peace and disarmament. Before the internet, he combed...

Asia Pacific Report Peace campaigners, activists and Nuclear-Free and Independent Pacific stalwarts were among those who gathered in Auckland this evening to celebrate publication of...

Peacemonger, the new book published last month to celebrate the life and work of peace researcher and activist Owen Wilkes (1940-2005), is being launched...

Raekaihau Press Owen Wilkes (1940–2005) was known throughout the Pacific and across the world as an outstanding researcher on peace and disarmament. His work: • exposed plans...

BOOK EXTRACT: By Robbie Burton In the mid-1990s I started working with New Zealand investigative writer Nicky Hager. I have had the most singular of...

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 Centre newsdesk A new Asia Pacific social justice research and publication nonprofit has awarded a diversity communications trophy to a West Papuan postgraduate...

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 Journalism Review A Frontline investigative journalism article on the politics behind the decade-long Bougainville war leading up to the overwhelming vote for independence is...

ANALYSIS: By Randa Abdel Fattah, Macquarie University Those born after 2001 have only known a world “at war on terror”. This means a generation growing up...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk The Philippine Center For Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) has named former Rappler reporter and book author Carmela Fonbuena as its next executive...