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ANALYSIS: By Richard Ewart on Pacific Beat There was much excitement on the campuses of the University of the South Pacific when the latest Times...

OPEN LETTER: By Elizabeth Fong A ranking of an institution of higher education by Times Higher Education (THE) is the ultimate recognition of excellence that...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk President Lionel Aingimea of Nauru has praised the University of the South Pacific for becoming ranked among the world's top 10...

By Felix Chaudhary and Luke Rawalai in Suva Some people who were accused of corrupt practices at the University of the South Pacific have applied...

RNZ Pacific The New Zealand government says it remains concerned by the ongoing management and governance challenges at the Fiji-based regional University of the South...

By Kālino Latu in Auckland The challenges experienced by Tongan students having to study overseas will soon be over after the government has announced plans...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The University of the South Pacific (USP) has been ranked 11th for "crisis management" by the World Universities with Real Impact...

RNZ Pacific Indonesian police have forcefully dispersed a number of West Papuan protests around the region. The protesters were yesterday calling for the release of pro-independence...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Amid uncertainty and a court battle over the University of Goroka's vice-chancellor seat, Higher Education Minister Wesley Raminai surprised staff and...

COMMENT: By Scott Waide in Lae Papua New Guinea’s Communications Minister, Timothy Masiu, recently told a news conference to mark World Press Freedom Day that...

By Justin Wong in Auckland Auckland University of Technology has denied it is sidelining the Pacific Media Centre in the School of Communication Studies, but...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Australia's leading journalism education advocacy body has marked World Press Freedom Day by condemning attacks on journalism education and research, including...

By Soli Wilson of the Samoa Observer The deported vice-chancellor of the University of the South Pacific has told the Samoa Observer that his future...

RNZ Pacific Deported Canadian academic Professor Pal Ahluwalia is still vice-chancellor and president of the University of the South Pacific, says chancellor Lionel Aingimea. Professor Ahluwalia...

COMMENTARY: A postgraduate researcher view by Ena Manuireva Year 2020 was the annus horribilis worldwide due to the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Recently the Fiji government...

By John Gerritsen, RNZ News reporter Nearly 700 university staff are losing or leaving their jobs in New Zealand because of a financial hole left...

Jamela Alindogan reports from Manila on the attack on academic freedom. Video: Al Jazeera Teachers and students in the Philippines are angry over the decision...

By Michael Field When the University of the South Pacific’s vice-chancellor, Professor Pal Ahluwalia, was hauled out of his Suva, Fiji, home this week and...

By PACNEWS/ABC The deported head of the University of the South Pacific, Professor Pal Ahluwalia, says his expulsion from Fiji is “a classic case of...

By RNZ News A senior academic staff member at the Auckland University of Technology wants the vice-chancellor to resign following a scathing report into bullying. The...

By Wansolwara staff Staff, students and alumni of the University of the South Pacific have called on the Fiji government to immediately reinstate the work...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Politicians, educators and civil society advocates around the region today condemned the "barbaric" and "shameful" detention and deportation of the regional...