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Fiji is preparing for general elections in 2014 by when the country will have been under military rule for eight years. A process of constitution-making began in mid-2012 and a new Constitution should be available by 2013. Citizens and the media...
This article broadly examines the teaching of journalism and media studies in the countries of the Gulf Co-operation Council and focuses specifically on the authors’ experiences of teaching these subject areas in the Colleges of Applied Science in...
'Why was there no full text of the Prime Minister's speech published prior to the media starting to defend itself, in the name of media freedom? Why was the public left in the dark, with only snippets to guide it?'
Discovering the "facts"— and the truth— means jouranlists must push, probe, pry, unsettle, expose, inform, and report ... and pass judgement on others. But beware of these risks. 
When the Senate sat for 20 minutes yesterday it cost taxpayers $2400. In those 20 minutes senators said a prayer, adopted the minutes of thier sitting and heard the Senator Filipe Bole move the reading five Bills. The House then adjourned for tea...
The most serious threat to PNG society is none other than ourselves, not some monsters from outer space or Australia! ... The deepest fear of many of us today is not that out leaders are inadequate but that they are becoming powerful beyond measure. 
Try to understand the source of the story, the channel, the program, even the presenter. Presenters become credible because of their record of telling the truth, being transparent, that's what gets them their viewers and keeps them. The truth...
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?
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