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GOOD journalism remains central to the needs of the Pacific and her people. Good journalism education is central to this issue of Pacific Journalism Review, which features a selection of papers on journalism education in the Pacific, Australia and...
At its core, Mekim Nius argues a clear position university level education is central to the health of South Pacific journalism and its democracies. To do this Robie is ambitious with the book's scope, declaring three broad aims: a study of the...
A pilot training project for Papua New Guinean journalists in New Zealand in 1974 ended as a failure. This led to a five-year New Zealand Government aid scheme to establish the South Pacific's first journalism school at the national University of...
Niu Waves is a collection of short fiction and poetry by a group of writers who are dominantly products of Fiji but who are also a part of the Niu Waves Writer's Collective. This was formed in 1995 "to encourage and nurture young writers from the...
Very rarely does a book appear in the South Pacific that is generated within the region and intended for those working here. Even more unusually does a book address itself to the need of Pacific Islands journalism, to the rights of the public to be...
It was a pleasure to open Robert Seward's Radio Happy Isles to find an excellent summation of some of the intricacies of radio media at work in the small island countries, both below and above the Equator. It also contains references to Australia...
It is rather bizarre that PINA, a regional media body that has consistently over the years claimed to stand for "freedom of expression" failed to even raise the issue. Isn't this a "big joke" to talk about and even celebrating "freedom awards" when...
A popular wide-ranging Pacific Internet report covers the region. However, it is just one element of a larger journalism project that includes advanced, on-the-job training for Pacific Island journalists; and internships for US journalists wanting...
'This was my first visit to Tonga in three years after I was kicked out of the country and banned ... My "crime" My newspaper has reported on things that have not given Tonga a good image overseas. So they say..'
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,...

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