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"In theory it worked well, as the PO position has grown out of the recommendations of the firt SPICOL. In practice the theory has problems. Journalism students who set up times for the interviews often had to wait well beyond the set time for...
Experiences of student journalists covering SPICOL— the Student Pacific Island Conference of Leaders— at the University of the South Pacific Laucala campus on the future of thw World Trade Organisation in the region. 
The University of PNG's journalism program has performed with distinction since it began in 1975 with New Zealand Government aid funding the staff and courses for about three years. More than 170 students have graduated with degrees or diplomas in...
The push by the PNG government for a 'responsible and accountable' media has put the country's industry in the public spotlight. Several seminars and debates have highlighted the role as a public watchdog. 

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