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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...
Bougainville has always had brave, dedicated and committed women, struggling for independence and a better life. And now... As Mothers of the Land— written by 11 of the women who have survived and led by their courage and example— has become a...
The editor, Nash G Sorariba, is well-known in the region for his short story telling gifts (A Medal without Honor was review by PJR). But here he has gathered together a rather eclectic collection here of 11 serious pieces about media issues,...
"We are in receipt of your letter dated 28 April 1998 requesting that the balance of the Pacific Journalism Review account SPA 1407 of K1783.42 be transferred to the University of the South Pacific. Rregrettably we cannot accomdate this request..."
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...
Journalism education training was started at the University of PNG at the beginning of 1975, when the New Zealand Government agreed to fund a one-year Diploma in Journalism for an initial two-year period. Before this, the few national journalists...
The University of PNG's journalism program has performed with distinction since it began in 1975 with New Zealand Government aid funding the staff and courses for about three years. More than 170 students have graduated with degrees or diplomas in...
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