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'The culture of silence that engulfs most Fijian students needs to be discouraged, and those who have failed must remember that there is nothing wrong with failure— but there is plenty wrong in giving up.'
"Afternoon session opens debate on World Bank (WB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) intiated land mobilisation programme. Students express concern about the Government being used by the two monetary organisations to "sell" Papua New Guinea to...
Student journalists have learned lessons from spate of deadly kerosene lamp explosions in Madang, Papua New Guinea. The blasts, which killed four people and injured 43 others, provided the students with an unprecedented oppurtunity to hone...
Hours after a mob attached Fiji Television and cut transmission for almost 48 hours, the University of the South Pacific pulled the plug on the website, fearing a similar raid on the sprawling Laucala campus. Undaunted, the students were offered an...
'By sunrise, on this bloody Tuesday, June 26, 2001, Port Moresby came under siege. Four people, including two students from the University of PNG, had been shot dead. Their bodies were driven to the Port Moresby General Hospital morgue. Seventeen...
In early 1996, a PNG news media cover-up was alleged over the so-called Topul Rali affair. An exposé by the student newspaper Uni Tavur led to a clash with the University of PNG administration and the journalism programme was closed down three years...
"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. 
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