Latest PJR updated on global databases and also distributed


Some of the PJR team in The Falls historical homestead café garden in Auckland’s Henderson celebrate the mail out of the latest edition. Founding editor David Robie (from left), designer Del Abcede, current editor Philip Cass and Annie Cass.

Pacific Journalism Review has overcome the challenges of its first “independent” year in 27 years of publication - in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic - and delivered copies to its global subscribers.

It is also now live on its library databases such as at RMIT Melbourne’s Informit and New Zealand’s Knowledge Basket.

The 321-page latest edition features articles on the pandemic and the “disinformation virus”, Bougainville, a landmark paper on the state of Pacific journalism, a photo essay on Manus refugees, and another strong book review section.

Hard copies of the current PJR and the back list can be ordered online at AUT Shop.

Watch for the deadline for the next edition and stay linked to our Facebook page for developments.