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A commentary on how, more than a decade after the military coups, a hangover from the post-coup 1990 Constitution of Fiji cast a shadow on the media and journalism education methodology in 1998, in spite of the new "free specch" 1997 Constitution. 
The universities of the South Pacific and Papua New Guinea have played pioneering roles in the development of media education resources in the South Pacific. One student training newspaper was the first online publication in the region and another,...
News breaks—or develops—on the Net these days with remarkable ease. News organisations are without the Internet at their peril. At the Commonwealth Journalists Association conference in Hong Kong during January, the Pacific delegation heard a...
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...
Now a new venture by the Pactok organisation has created on-line access to locally produced news from the South-West Pacific region. 
Flawed journalism has sullied Papua New Guinea's good name and built up an unfortunate but valid distrust of the media. The country and its problems have been the victim of shallow journalists unable to look past the bad. 

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