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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. 
The PNG Government is trying to 'shoot the messenger'. The danger is that if the Government shoots the messenger today, who will bring them the message they are eagerly looking forward to receiving tomorrow?
The PNG Government is trying to 'shoot the messenger'. The danger is that if the Government shoots the messenger today, who will bring them the message they are eagerly looking forward to receiving tomorrow?
When Papua New Guinea's Constitutional Review Comission first mooted possible legislation against press freedom towards the end of 1995, the Post Courier was among the news media that greeted the news with more than a modicum of pessimism. In a...
"Three months ago, Archbishop Sir Peter Kurongku delivered an address to the media freedom seminar on the subject of accountability. In his address, he emphasised that the media had responsibility to find and publish the truth. This, he said, was a...
What about the people on the streets and in the jungles? Maybe we should ask the famous Phantom to help us establish a jungle wire service. I'm willing to assist.
A collection of social and political cartoons by Campion Ohasio of the Solomon Islands.
A collection of social and political cartoons by Campion Ohasio of the Solomon Islands.
Liberty isn't like a tap; it isn't something that can be turned on and off at will. Much the same can be said for freedom of speech, including the freedom of the media, and the freedom of citizens to use the media to express their views.

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