Shortwave services will be cut as of January 31 2016 in move to reinvest in FM and digital broadcasting technologies.
A reminder of how the Asia Pacific Journalism Centre tries to connect with the realities of the region we live in.
AAP Canberra political reporter Lisa Martin has won the 2016 ACFID Media Award for her coverage of domestic violence in PNG.
Ed Gannon of Herald Sun reports on the free-trade deal between Australia and China.
A group of 17 journalists from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga and Vanuatu will soon join a new APJC fellowship on reporting on women’s economic concerns and advancing women as media leaders.
The 2015 China Australia Journalist Exchange will give six Australian journalists the opportunity to see firsthand the growing links between agricultural sectors in China and Australia.
Sarah Whyte of Fairfax Media reports on Australia's refugee deal with Cambodia. [Photo: Hashim Farhan, 51, with his sons, Emad, 18, right, and Jassir, 22 at their restaurant in Phnom Penh - Whyte]
Sylvia Varnham O'Regan of SBS reports on small rural communities embroiled in land disputes with government and large companies.
Sylvia Varnham O'Regan of SBS reports on an Iraqi family who have started a new life in Cambodia.
Sylvia Varnham O'Regan of SBS reports on sex trafficking survivors in Cambodia.