FORUM: Prize-winning student paper still hangs on

  • Jean Nuia
  • Robert Foster
  • John Henningham
  • Lawrie Breen
  • Roger M. Patching
  • Wendy Bacon
  • Murray Burt
  • Robert Hooper
  • Max Tomlinson
  • Joe Chika Anyanwu
Keywords: Papua New Guinea, University of Papua New Guinea, Uni Tavur, online journalism, journalism education, journalism training, forum, UPNG, PNG

Abstract

Uncertainty still clouds the future of the University of Papua New Guinea's award-winning journalism training newspaper Uni Tavur, suspended in the second semester 1997 due to lack of staff and funding. - Letters by Jean Nuia (PNG); Robert Foster (USA); John Henningham (Australia); Laurie Breen (UK); Rogert Patching (Australia); Wendy, Bacon, Chris Nash, David McKnight, Penny O'Donnell and Brenda Mattick (Australia); Murray Burt (UK); Robert Hooper (USA); and Joe Chika Anyanwu (Australia).

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Published
01-11-1997
How to Cite
Nuia, J., Foster, R., Henningham, J., Breen, L., Patching, R. M., Bacon, W., Burt, M., Hooper, R., Tomlinson, M., & Chika Anyanwu, J. (1997). FORUM: Prize-winning student paper still hangs on. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 4(1), 154-162. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v4i1.632