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NZ passes 1000 cases threshold, but Bauer collapse main talking point

NZ passes 1000 cases threshold, but Bauer collapse main talking point

April 6, 2020

PACIFIC PANDEMIC DIARY As New Zealand edges toward the third week of lockdown having passed 1000 case...

Media suffer ‘devastating’ blows on both sides of the Tasman

Media suffer ‘devastating’ blows on both sides of the Tasman

April 3, 2020

Media on both sides of the Tasman face apocalyptic times as the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic decimates...

Southern Cross:Community & local language papers in danger

Southern Cross:Community & local language papers in danger

April 3, 2020

During New Zealand’s national Covid-19 lockdown, educational institutions have been changing the way...

Pacific governments ‘working better’ with creative media in pandemic

Pacific governments ‘working better’ with creative media in pandemic

April 1, 2020

Pacific governments across the region have put side their differences with media and are working alongside...

Freeport shooting: A sad tragedy, but don’t overlook past Papua repression

Freeport shooting: A sad tragedy, but don’t overlook past Papua repression

April 1, 2020

A sad story has taken place again in the PT Freeport Indonesia gold and copper mine area near Timika...

Global technology leader warns against ‘digital takeover’ of democracy

Global technology leader warns against ‘digital takeover’ of democracy

March 11, 2020

Global technology and business leader Dr Anita Sands has warned against allowing digital technology to...

Stranded on the wrong side of the digital wall

Stranded on the wrong side of the digital wall

March 10, 2020

"I just want somebody to talk to."

Loss of AAP newswire a tragedy for entire Pacific

Loss of AAP newswire a tragedy for entire Pacific

March 4, 2020

The shock announcement yesterday that the Australian Associated Press newsagency will cease operations after 85 years is a blow to journalism in Australia and the Pacific. AAP, which is owned by Nine, News Corp Austra...

A broken body and mind, but not a shattered spirit

A broken body and mind, but not a shattered spirit

February 25, 2020

Sri Krishnamurthi reflects in this special report on what life is really like trying to live and cope wit...

Return to Rabi on the horizon for Ossies climate doco crew?

February 19, 2020

Highly commended for their recent success at the Ossie Awards for the best student journalism ...

Vanuatu Daily Post’s Dan McGarry ‘gutted’ over Vanuatu government blocking work permit

Vanuatu Daily Post’s Dan McGarry ‘gutted’ over Vanuatu government blocking work permit

November 9, 2019

Media director of the Vanuatu Daily Post group Dan McGarry is devastated by the Vanuatu government’s decision...

Who is ready to fight for Pacific nations?

Who is ready to fight for Pacific nations?

September 27, 2019

ALL over the globe people are starting to stand up for climate action. From massive school strikes in 2018 and 2019, to the smaller but just as disruptive Extinction Rebellion protests, the climate justice space is expanding fast. With Australia set to experience some of the more severe effects of climate change in the coming few decades, it is hardly a surprise that people are taking to the streets and joining local climate action groups in droves. However, if the nation looks to its Pacific neighbours – who are already experiencing damaging effects of climate change – who is fighting for them?

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