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The publisher of the Samoa Observer has been battling a long, courageous and expensive campaign to defend his newspaper. And the latest Government attacks on the Observer are a chilling bid to curb free speech. 
Papua New Guinea's two daily newspapers are leading the way in the response of the South Pacific news media to the challenge of cyberspace. Both websites came of age during the Sandline mercenary crisis, underscoring the value of content on the...
Do journalists need to make a stand? As tellers of the truth and watchdogs, do those in the news media need to decide whether they are the aganets of power— or of the people? And how is the journalist's code of ethics upheld? These are crucial...

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