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CONFLICT:
LIBYAN INTERVENTION - TWO VIEWS FROM CONTRASTING CAMPS
Cafe Pacific: 26 March 2011
VIDEO: Was there any real justification in the devastating intervention in Libya - initially French, British and US-led and now with NATO driving? Is there really a moral case for this "no-fly zone" sham? Is it really all about saving civilian lives, or blatantly ensuring a regime change with control of oil once again the bottom line? By David Robie.

DISASTERS:

A TALE OF TWO CITIES - TRIPOLI AND NZ'S QUAKE TOWN
Cafe Pacific: 24 February 2011
VIDEO: The New Zealand Herald captured the contrasting mood between two cities with poignancy, but almost accidentally. After three days of heavy black borders to mourn the loss of some 147 dead and a further 200 missing, the newspaper and other media across NZ told stories of courage, drama and devastation in the Christchurch earthquake. By David Robie.

MEDIA:

CAFE PACIFIC'S NEW YEAR HONOURS LIST 2010

Cafe Pacific: 31 December 2010
Newspaper of the Year – The Fiji Times: This is the second year running it has won the Café Pacific newspaper prize. Although The Fiji Times went off the boil under Netani Rika’s leadership and headed for a disastrous demise with it uncomprising but unrealistic stance when dealing with a military regime, the newspaper wins the award again - this time for its change of ownership, change of tactics and a realistic overhaul of its strategic direction. By David Robie.

MEDIA:

FAREWELL COMRADE MAX WATTS (1928-2010)

Cafe Pacific: 30 November 2010
Max Watts has died. He was a left-wing Australian freelance journalist, an occasional contributor to Green Left Weekly and its discussion e-list, and a solidarity activist with many national liberation struggles, including in Palestine, Kanaky, West Papua and Bougainville. By Peter Boyle.

MEDIA:

PACIFIC 'DICTATORSHIP OF THE PUBLISHITARIAT'?

Cafe Pacific: 4 October 2010
Crosbie Walsh
plays Devil's advocate with the media in response to a speech by Tongan publisher Kalafi Moala at the PIMA 2010 conference in Auckland.

MEDIA:

HAS RUPERT MURDOCH DECLARED WAR ON FIJI?

Cafe Pacific: 3 September 2010
The four-year battle between the Fiji Times and Fiji's military backed government will soon come to a head as new media laws will force the sale of the 141-year-old paper that is owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Limited. By Michael Hartsell

MEDIA:

FIJI LEFT OFF 'LEGAL' MEDIA LIST, NEWS EDITOR QUIZZED

Cafe Pacific: 2 August 2010
Fiji police have picked up the news editor of the Fiji web news pioneering agency Fijilive, Richard Naidu, for questioning – and then released him. Fijilive was pulled offline over the weekend but is now back to normal. By David Robie

MEDIA:

JAWA POST - A REMARKABLE SUCCESS STORY

Cafe Pacific: 14 July 2010
The publisher of all three major newspapers in West Papua is barely known in this part of the Pacific. Yet the Jawa Pos group is the largest media chain in Indonesia with 140 titles and 20 television stations under the “grand pen” umbrella. By David Robie

POLITICS:

CHAN BLASTS PNG'S 'FILTHY RICH' GOVERNMENT

Cafe Pacific: 29 March 2010
New Ireland Governor Sir Julius Chan accuses the Papua New Guinea government of being "filthy rich" while many of the country's people still "live in saksak houses [with] no medicine, dilapidated schools and [are] totally forlorn". By The National

TERRORISM:

THE DEVASTATING RISKS FOR JOURNALISTS COVERING CONFLICT

Cafe Pacific: 21 March 2010
How far can a journalist go in pursuing a story in times of conflict without becoming the story? Cynthia Balana reports on a Jakarta media conference.

TERRORISM:

SHOOTING OF DULMATIN OVERSHADOWS KEY MEDIA CONFLICT SEMINAR

Cafe Pacific: 14 March 2010
WHAT an irony that the Jakarta media headlines were focusing on a “terrorism training camp” scare in Indonesia’s western-most Aceh province and shootouts in an outlying suburb that left fugitive Dulmatin and two other suspects dead just when a regional East Asia media forum opened with a focus on the “intersections of conflict, culture and religion”. By David Robie

MEDIA:

'A FIJI STUDENTS' INTERNET COUP - A DECADE ON'

Cafe Pacific: 1 March 2010
In a couple of months, it will be a decade since the University of the South Pacific student journalism students staged their own internet coup with award-winning coverage of the George Speight “attempted” coup in Fiji on 19 May 2000. By David Robie

SATIRE:

'OSAMA, PUT THAT GUN DOWN!'

Cafe Pacific: 7 February 2010
The great pension saga in Fiji has drawn a satirical response from one of Café Pacific's regular readers - "Sas".

MEDIA:

CAFE PACIFIC'S AWARDS TO SPICE UP THE NEW DECADE

Cafe Pacific: 1 January 2010
CAFÉ PACIFIC’S scribes have been on leave so we are a bit slow off the mark for our New Year honours. Still, better late than never. By David Robie

SOLOMON ISLANDS:

HEPI KRISMAS - AND POLITICAL FALLOUT FROM THE MOTI AFFAIR

Cafe Pacific: 24 December 2009
As Café Pacific has been on "vacation" - a rare event - over these past few weeks, many significant happenings have passed without comment from this blog. Issues such as the unravelling of the Indonesian "case" over the Balibo Five murders in the wake of new pressures from the film Balibo. By David Robie

DISASTERS:

HIGH POINTS IN MEDIA COVERAGE OF THE SAMOA TSUNAMI

Cafe Pacific: 16 October 2009
Media reflections on the New Zealand media coverage of the September 29 earthquake in the two Samoas and in Tonga’s northerly Nuias have been few and sketchy. By David Robie

ART:

FIJI TIMES (THE CREATIVE SATIRE) OFFERS AN OPTIMISTIC MESSAGE

Pacific.Scoop: 15 October 2009
Intriguing to have a slightly satirical local edition of the "Fiji Times" on hand at this month's week-long exhibition featuring inspiration and oppression in the Salon in Auckland's funky K Road zone. By David Robie

POLITICS:

WHY BAINIMARAMA WILL FAIL IN HIS QUEST FOR A 'REFORMED FIJI'

Pacific.Scoop: 26 June 2009
The question is not whether Fiji’s dictator Voreqe Bainimarama will fail or not, but rather when? Yes, when will he realise that he will never succeed in his false and conceited quest for a reformed Fiji? By Kalafi Moala

EAST TIMOR:

CORRUPTION ALLEGATIONS AGAINST GUSMAO
Cafe Pacific: 26 June 2009
Calls are mounting for East Timorese resistance hero and founding president Xanana Gusmão to resign as prime minister amid fresh allegations of corruption, this time involving a lucrative contract with his daughter Zenilda as a beneficiary. By David Robie

NEW ZEALAND:

DAVID ROBIE AMONG 'ATENISI UNIVERSITY FELLOWS

Cafe Pacific: 18 June 2009
Six international academics, including David Robie, have been inducted as fellows of Tonga’s ‘Atenisi University, the only leading tertiary institute in the South Pacific independent of both government and religious influence, in a four-day celebration honouring the life and achievements of founder and philosopher Professor Futa Helu. By David Robie

NEW ZEALAND:

THE BROWNING OF THE MEDIA

Cafe Pacific: 6 June 2009
Curious how a seminar with many of the movers and shakers in the New Zealand diversity media industry running the show didn’t cut it in the news itself. By David Robie

FIJI:

THE JUNTA, AN INSIDER ON CENSORSHIP AND CROSS-CULTURAL REPORTING
Cafe Pacific: 29 May 2009
Censorship and the assault on human rights and freedom of expression in Fiji are featured in the latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review being launched at the NZ on Air diversity conference in New Zealand this week. By David Robie

FIJI:

'
BULA FRANK - STOP PUNISHING YOUR PEOPLE'
Cafe Pacific: 20 May 2009
Open letter to Fiji military strongman Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama. Reporters Sans Frontieres

FIJI:

'
SULU CENSORS' STIFLE FIJI MEDIA
PMC Online: 26 April 2009
After a flurry of creative challenges to the military backed regime as it entrenched its power in the Pacific Islands nation of Fiji, the news media are now facing the harsh reality of life after the censorship crackdown. By David Robie

FIJI:

PMC CONDEMNS 'RUTHLESS CENSORSHIP'
PMC Online: 12 April 2009
The Pacific Media Centre has condemned the Fiji regime's 'ruthless censorship' of news organisations and called for an end to intimidation. By David Robie

FIJI:

POLITICAL FIGLEAF RIPPED ASIDE - CENSORSHIP BITES
Cafe Pacific: 11 April 200
The political figleaf in Fiji has finally been ripped aside. Now we have an unashamedly naked military dictatorship back in power. By David Robie

TONGA:

MOALA REFLECTS ON 'BLACK THURSDAY' RIOT
Cafe Pacific: 10 March 2009
Ironically, just as a trial of six people accused of sedition at the time of the 2006 "Black Thursday" riot in Tonga is running its course, one of the Pacific's most respected newspaper publishers, Kalafi Moala, has a new book on the topic being published next week. By David Robie

NEW ZEALAND:

SPOOKS EXPOSED BY ASIA-PACIFIC CAMPAIGNERS
Cafe Pacific: 5 March 2009
Asia-Pacific civil society and activist movements have been among targets of New Zealand’s spook organisation for more than four decades and the media has failed to ask the tough questions, say campaigners. By David Robie

EAST TIMOR:

JOURNOS, MEDIA EDUCATORS RALLY BEHIND JOSE BELO
Cafe Pacific: 17 February 2009
Pacific Media Watch has filed an item about journalists, media educators, lawyers and NGO advocates being up in arms about the outrageous criminal libel case against respected East Timorese editor and publisher José Belo. By David Robie

FIJI:

MEDIA7 BARES ALL ON FIJI
Cafe Pacific: 15 February 2009
Media7, the digital channel TVNZ7's programme featuring Fiji media freedom and politics is finally on YouTube. By David Robie

FIJI:

JOHN SCOTT POST-COUP DOCO SCORES ANOTHER AWARD
Cafe Pacific: 3 February 2009
It's heartening to see New Zealand filmmaker and associate professor Annie Goldson and her team raking in the kudos for a poignant and challenging doco about Fiji politics, the gay rights community, ethics and human rights. By David Robie

VANUATU:

ATTACK ON LEADING PUBLISHER SHOCKS JOURNOS
Cafe Pacific: 19 January 2009
A cowardly assault on Vanuatu Daily Post publisher Marc Neil-Jones by disgruntled prison staff has shocked Pacific journalists. By David Robie

REGION:

CAFE PACIFIC'S NEW YEAR HONOURS LIST
Cafe Pacific: 1 January 2009
New Year honours list - as seen by Cafe Pacific? By David Robie

MELANESIA:

MAKING THE FIJI MEDIA MORE ACCOUNTABLE
Cafe Pacific: 6 December 2008
Is Fiji well served by its Media Council? Not proactive enough, say some. Not visible enough, say others. Has the complaints process been rigorous enough? By David Robie

REGION:

PUBLIC RIGHT TO KNOW - FROM POSSUM TO THE PUMPKIN
Cafe Pacific: 5 October 2008
Chris Nash's fascinating insights into political blogger Possum Pollytics and the critical impact he had on the reportage of last November's Australian federal election are featured in the latest Pacific Journalism Review. By David Robie

FIJI:

VIJENDRA'S MEMORY LANE AND A WELCOME GONG

Cafe Pacific: 28 September 2008
One of the satisfying presentations of the recent FAME awards in Fiji was the long-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award media recognition for Vijendra Kumar, first local editor of The Fiji Times. By David Robie

FIJI:

MUCKRAKING HONOURS AND SHORT MEMORIES

Cafe Pacific: 21 September 2008
Muckrakers have a long and proud tradition stretching back to Progressive era in the late 19th century United States. But Fiji media have gone over the top. By David Robie

FIJI:

MEDIA BLOOD-LETTING OVER FAIRNESS AND THE FIJI REGIME

Cafe Pacific: 16 September 2008
The Fiji regime and some of the Suva media have had a field day this week ... castigating Fairfax Media's international journo who covers Pacific issues - Michael Field. By David Robie

PHILIPPINES:

KIDNAP - CES BETRAYED AND NOW SUSPENDED

Cafe Pacific: 4 August 2008
Coinciding with the AMIC media conference in Manila last month, the main Filipino television network ABS-CBN ran a gripping documentary about the abduction of one of the country's top journalists and her television crew by Abu Sayyaf guerillas in the southern region of Mindanao. By David Robie

SOLOMON ISLANDS:

FORMER EDITOR CALLS FOR MORE PEACE TRAINING FOR PACIFIC JOURNOS

Pacific Media Centre: 28 July 2008
A former Solomon Star editor has provided a rare insight into the political pressures facing news media at the height of the 1998-2003 ethnic war in the Solomon Islands and has called for more conflict and peace reporting training for Pacific journalists in a new book just published.

FIJI:

NEW BOOK EXPLORES CRUCIAL ROLE FOR PACIFIC MEDIA IN DEVELOPMENT

Cafe Pacific blog: 20 June 2008
A new book on Pacific media is being launched in Suva, Fiji, on Monday to add to the growing literature on Pacific journalism. By David Robie

EAST TIMOR:

PNG MINISTER CALLS FOR MORE INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM
Scoop: 22 May 2008
Papua New Guinea's acting Education Minister Tony Aimo has a made a plea for more investigative journalism and a stronger commitment to "accessible and affordable" community media in the Pacific. By David Robie

EAST TIMOR:

JOURNO PROTESTS OVER UN 'INTIMIDATION'

Cafe Pacific: 3 May 2008
Timorese photojournalist and SBS Dateline stringer Jose Belo has protested to the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) over intimidation by UN police and a threat to arrest him. By David Robie

FIJI:

MILITARY REGIME TARGETS EXPAT MEDIA AGAIN

Cafe Pacific: 2 May 2008
The Fiji military regime has done it again - shot itself in the foot on the eve of World Media Freedom Day by deporting Fiji Times publisher Evan Hannah. By David Robie

MEDIA:

PACIFIC REACTIONS SLAM REPORTING CURBS
Radio Australia Pacific Beat: 14 April 2008
Attempts to control political reporting on Tonga's state-owned broadcaster have been criticised around the Pacific as heavy-handed and unnecessary. Panel includes David Robie and PINA president Joseph Ealedona.

REGULATION:

DAVID ROBIE ON THE FIJI MEDIA

Radio NZ Mediawatch: 6 April 2008
The Jim Anthony report and the other side of the Fiji media inquiry - the truth about the tribunal proposal.

VIETNAM:

MY LAI - LEGACY OF A MASSACRE
BBC News: 13 March 2008
The name My Lai is shorthand for slaughter of the defenceless, the benchmark of American wartime atrocity. Research by a picture editor has exposed new revelations. By Celina Dunlop | Cafe Pacific My Lai archive

REGION:

TROUBLE IN PARADISE - MEDIA UNDER SIEGE

Asia Media News Daily: 13 March 2008
Media organisations protest attack on a Timorese newspaper design editor by military police and expulsion of an Australian expatriate newspaper publisher from post-coup Fiji. By David Robie

FIJI:

THE 'HOW TO GAG THE MEDIA' REPORT

Cafe Pacific: 1 March 2008
It is ironic that Jim Anthony's fundamentally flawed report for the Fiji Human Rights Commission should be dubbed with an Orwellian title "Freedom and Independence of the Media in Fiji". It is far more like a "How to gag and shackle the media" report. By David Robie

FIJI/EAST TIMOR:

PACIFIC MEDIA FREEDOM UNDER SIEGE

Pacific Media Centre: 27 February 2008
Media organisations protest over an attack on a Timorese newspaper design editor by military police and the expulsion of an expatriate newspaper publisher from post-coup Fiji. By David Robie

EAST TIMOR:

ARMY CENSORS NEWS AS TENSION RISES

Pacific Media Centre: 21 February 2008
Time reporter Rory Callinan has complained of heavy-handed treatment at the hands of Australian soldiers in East Timor after he and photographer John Wilson were detained for three hours at gunpoint outside of Dili. By Paul Toohey

POLITICS:

REPORTING INDONESIA BEYOND A NARROW VIEW

Pacific Media Centre: 18 February 2008
Former Sydney Morning Herald correspondent in Jakarta Louise Williams, now media educator, has critiqued an article by former Australian prime minister Paul Keating in the Jakarta Post.

MEDIA LAW:

REMEMBERING THE RAINBOW WARRIOR
Reportage: January 2008
With Greenpeace protest ship Esperanza currently pursuing the Japanese whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean, Pacific Media Centre director Dr David Robie spoke at the 2007 Public Right to Know conference about the 1985 bombing of the Rainbow Warrior and the landmark legal victory that has made footage of the trials of the French secret agents public for the first time. By Julie Shingleton | Photo John Miller

SECURITY:

EAST TIMOR 'RISKS UPSURGE IN UNREST'

BBC WORLD NEWS ONLINE: 18 January 2008
East Timor is at risk from an upsurge in civil unrest unless it carries out reforms of its police and military, a US-based think-tank has warned. The International Crisis Group says the country needs to decide whether the prime minister or president has control of the security forces.

MEDIA:

PERILS OF THE PRESS IN EAST TIMOR
Philippine Centre for Investigative Journalism: 21 December 2007
The Timor Post has staff members who have been in constant fear for their lives since last year, when two of them were attacked and left for dead right outside their rundown office. Then again, other journalists in this young nation of East Timor have had similar experiences. By Joseph Laban

MEDIA:

LEARY WINS NEW PACIFIC MEDIA AWARD FOR HIV/AIDS DOCOS
Pacific Media Centre: 12 October 2007
Independent television journalist Ingrid Leary has won the premier new Pacific award in the annual NZ Media Peace Awards for a pair of "inspirational" documentaries about island women community workers suffering from HIV/AIDS.

MEDIA:

LABAN CALLS FOR MORE INVESTMENT IN PACIFIC MEDIA RESEARCH

Pacific Media Centre: 12 October 2007
Associate Minister for Pacific Island Affairs Luamanuvao Winnie Laban has challenged New Zealand media and educational institutions to boost investment in research and coverage.

MEDIA:

ANALYSIS OF STATE TERRORISM OVER SISON ARREST
Bulatlat: 4 September 2007
A handful of Filipino political exiles have taken refuge in the Netherlands from the brutal regimes back home. Now the personnel and offices of the National Democratic Front Philippines (NDFP), legally allowed in Utrecht since the late 1970s, was raided on August 28. By E. San Juan

MEDIA:

AUTHOR CHALLENGES NZ JOURNALISTS TO DEVELOP INCLUSIVE MEDIA

AsiaMedia: 27 August 2007
Journalists have a vital role in creating a media of inclusiveness and helping New Zealanders develop their sense of identity, says Carol Archie, author of a new book on cross-cultural reporting. By David Robie

MEDIA:

CHALLENGES OVER CROSS-CULTURAL REPORTING

Cafe Pacific blog: 27 August 2007
Broadcaster and journalist Carol Archie poses some major challenges for the mainstream media about reporting Maori and current affairs at the launch of her new book, Pou Korero, at AUT University's marae. By David Robie

MEDIA:

MAKING PUBLIC JOURNALISM MATTER

Pacific Media Centre: 12 August 2007
Thank you Chris Warren! He breezed in from Australia for the Journalism Matters media summit in Wellington ... his global perspective was crisp, no nonsense and refreshing. By David Robie

EAST TIMOR:

INFORMATION 'DROUGHT' ISOLATES TIMORESE
Pacific Media Centre: 18 July 2007
Many Timorese people suffer a “significant information drought” isolating them from national development, says a New Zealand media monitoring mission. Full report

EAST TIMOR:

JOURNALISTS INTIMIDATED IN ELECTION COVERAGE

Pacific Media Centre: 26 June 2007
The media was vilified at rallies and one journalist was beaten during elections in East Timor this year, according to a report by observers from New Zealand that calls for criminal prosecutions of those attacking journalists.

FIJI COUPS:

RESEARCHERS CALL FOR DEEPER UNDERSTANDING

Pacific Media Centre: 14 May 2007
An Australian media researcher has found many journalists covering the first three Fiji coups in 1987 and 2000 were too reliant on elite sources to provide a good understanding of the complex crises. This reliance increased the likelihood of reinforcing the status quo and provided a “limited version of reality”, reports the latest Pacific Journalism Review. By David Robie

FREE PRESS:

MEDIA FREEDOM AND THE DILEMMAS OF AID

Asia-Pacific Network: 3 May 2007
The many journalists working in dangerous and sometimes life-threatening conditions pay the price when the dominant free expression groups continue to focus on the advancement of their own interests. Such a focus frequently results in funds being spent in a questionable manner. By Nick Fillmore

FREE PRESS:

MISINFORMATION - NOTHING NEW IN THE ISLANDS

Taimi 'o Tonga: 16 April 2007
Why must we look to Fiji as an example of democracy? They have lost their own royal family and their democracy as well. With four coups in the last 20 years and a chiefly system tainted by corruption, Fiji has hardly any moral ground to judge other island governments. By Kalafi Moala

TSUNAMI:

DEATH TOLL CLIMBS IN SOLOMON ISLANDS DISASTER
Asia-Pacific Network: 2 April 2007
Reports say the total number of deaths from the Solomon Islands quake and the tsunami is rising. The tidal wave was triggered by an earthquake which struck the Western Solomons at around 7.30 am local time. By Priestley Habru


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