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Monday, November 29, 2004
University education for South Pacific journalists is a relatively recent development. It has existed in Papua New Guinea for merely a generation; it is less than a decade old at degree level in Fiji...
Monday, July 2, 2001
As Fiji faces a fresh general election in August 2001, this article examines the reportage of the Coalition Government's year in office, media issues over coverage of the George Speight-attempted...
Wednesday, December 1, 1999
Slowly developing in the Pacific is a bipolar approach to press freedom, where development issues are incorporated into the mainstream media and where stories which do not appear in the mainstream,...
Wednesday, December 1, 1999
The 1999 Australian Press Council Fellow, David Robie,  saw his role as educating the Australian audiences about the South Pacific media and their problems, but also saw a role in learning about...
Tuesday, January 10, 1995
Two transnational media conglomerates own or control all the major circulation newspapers in the South Pacific. Through their subsidiaries Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation Ltd and French media...
Monday, November 1, 1993
In 1987, three events occurred - two coups in Fiji and the Gabriel Ramoi draft media tribunal bill in Papua New Guinea - seriously threatened media freedom in the Pacific. This doctoral thesis...