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GRUBSHEET: By Graham Davis With barely four weeks to go to the election, students and staff at the regional University of the South Pacific have...

By David Robie A Fiji-based academic challenged the Pacific region’s media and policymakers today over climate crisis coverage, asking whether the discriminatory style of reporting...

By Akansha Narayan in Suva Award-winning University of the South Pacific student journalist Sera Tikotikoivatu-Sefeti says Pacific voices on the climate fight need to be...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A new Asia Pacific nonprofit group has taken up the role of publishing the independent Pacific Journalism Review and other research...

By Geraldine Panapasa in Suva The University of the South Pacific’s Journalism Programme is open to strengthening engagement and partnership with the Australia Broadcasting Corporation...

From mitigating the impacts of a global pandemic to battling financial constraints, the University of the South Pacific's vice-chancellor Professor Pal Ahluwalia speaks to...

By Rod Dixon in the Cook Islands News Marjorie and Ron Crocombe lived up to exacting standards in their personal and professional lives and their...

RNZ Pacific A Fiji political leader is calling out the Australian and New Zealand governments on their "deafening silence" over human rights issues in the...

ANALYSIS: By Biman Chand Prasad in Suva The Pacific Islands Forum leaders’ meeting has ended and what is intriguing is the deafening silence on declining...

By Susana Suisuiki, RNZ Pacific journalist An Aotearoa New Zealand-based Fijian professor of Pacific studies says the increase in the frequency of natural disasters and...

By Wata Shaw in Suva The University of the South Pacific’s latest international ranking is a "testament to the excellence" that pervades the university, says...

By RNZ Pacific's Moera Tuilaepa-Taylor in Palau At the closing of the Our Ocean conference in Palau the co-hosts announced that 410 commitments had been...

RNZ Pacific The invasion of Ukraine is likely to have a signficant impact on the Pacific, warns a senior USP academic. On Thursday, Russia launched a...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Michelle Betz in Ninole, Hawai'i As Cyclone Cody got set to pummel Fiji in early January, students at the University of the...

RNZ News New images appear to show the majority of structures on the Tongan island of Atatā have been wiped out after a volcanic eruption...

By Kalino Latu and Philip Cass in Auckland Lack of backup satellite and cable links in the wake of Tonga's volcanic eruption at the...

OBITUARY: By Professor Biman Prasad Brij Vilash Lal, banished from the land of his birth by the Bainimarama government in November 2009 for championing democracy...

By Lee Kenny of Stuff He has worked as an academic in five different countries and now Dr Steven Ratuva has been made a distinguished...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report Incoming new vice-chancellor for Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Toelesulusulu Dr Damon Ieremia...

By Pita Ligaiula in Suva What are the views of Pacific journalists on professional ethical issues and what pressures affect their work? What is the...

COMMENT: By Grubsheet's Graham Davis A public relations disaster for Fiji just as Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum head to Glasgow 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...