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Behind the elusive mythmaking over Fiji, West Papua

By David Robie On the eve of a vital meeting in Port Vila planning a more unified stance over independence in West Papua by disparate...

Shooting the messenger, Pacific style

Media freedom as an issue in the Pacific has been defined in far too narrow terms, as if Big Brother governments and politicians ignorant...

Corruption, illegal tuna fisheries and a ‘lifestyle tsunami’ trouble Pacific business editors

Café Pacific How ironic. For two days this week, veteran Pacific affairs correspondent Sean Dorney from Australia Network was contributing hugely to an inaugural regional...

West Papua a media black spot

By David Robie and Alex Perrottet The state of Pacific media freedom is fragile in the wake of serious setbacks, notably in Fiji, with...

No colonel of truth in Fiji

For a year, journalists in Fiji have had to live with censors posted in the newsroom. Now a new media decree threatens huge fines...

Archive: Crusading journalism in the blood from Edinburgh to Aotearoa [Profile]

"It's ironic that my work is published more outside New Zealand than it is here." (Article first published in 1992). PROFILE: By Murray Horton "My conception...