April, 2009
ISSN 1178-0932
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Economic crisis a possible boom time for ethnic media, says Chinese editor

Media organisations are facing tough times in the current economic climate, but the editor of New Zealand’s longest-running newspaper sees it as a time of opportunity.

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“Reporter for the voiceless” wins diversity prize

Fiji-born reporter Dominika White, who says she has a passion to be the “voice for the voiceless”, has won the Māori Television Prize and AUT University Pacific Media Centre Storyboard Award for diversity journalism for her articles in Spasifik magazine.

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Event to help migrants settle in New Zealand

A series of fairs and expos is being organised by local ethnic newspaper publisher Migrant News, with the aim to help migrant settlement in their adopted country.

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Wellington feels loss of Triangle Television

Free-to-air community television Triangle Television has ceased transmission in Wellington since the start of this month because of a lack of money.

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Journalism grads head East

Four new Kiwi journalism graduates will be heading East for internships with newspapers in Asia.

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For more information about the 'Nga Reo Tangata Media and Diversity Network', please contact Gilbert Wong at gilbertw@hrc.co.nz, or 09 306 2660.

Information about the New Zealand Diversity Action Programme is available at www.hrc.co.nz/diversity.

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