Bruce is one of the Pacific’s most experienced journalists, having worked for both Radio Australia and Radio New Zealand. He covered the Bougainville crisis, cross-border raids on Solomon Islands, the Aitape tsunami disaster, two Fiji coups and Tonga’s development of a more democratic system. He’s won several international awards for his work, notably the Plain English Award for his work combating the use of confusing jargon by officials. His investigative stories on allegations of political interference in Fiji’s legal system have led to action by international legal NGOs.
Sovereignty for citizenship might help the Pacific
You can’t eat sovereignty, you can’t drink independence, and you can’t build a house in the middle of the ocean.
Fiji and human rights, the limits of influence
Why was a violator elected to a body responsible for protecting human rights?