The never ending story of Post Courier’s stuff ups

9 02 2012

David Williams highlights yet another stuff up at Post Courier

David Williams comments come in light of this news piece from Post Courier, a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch’s NewsCorp.

How much further can we continue to get such sub-standard news service from Papua New Guinea’s oldest and at one time, one of the most respected newspaper in the country.

I cannot go for the competition either because  The National  is owned by Rumbinan Hijau, that Malaysian logging giant that continues to rape and pillage Papua New Guinea.  As a result, the only reliable source of news source for me is the RADIO and INTERNET.

Its time Post Courier get its act together.

*Transcript of David William’s comments

Can someone please explain to the morons at the Post Courier that the “Republic of Korea” is NOT North Korea … colloquially it is referred to as SOUTH KOREA!!
What we know as ‘North Korea” is offically the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) …
I am sure that Whie-jin Lee, the SOUTH Korean representative must be deeply embarrassed to see his country miss-named in today’s Guria …
http://www.postcourier.com.pg/20120207/news12.htm ” ~ David Williams.


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2 responses

10 02 2012
Bernard Sinai

Reblogged this on Bernard Sinai and commented:
Too many stuff ups. Shouldn’t the management start asking questions now?

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18 03 2012
Tavurvur

David Williams is quite right – the Post Courier’s journalistic standards are going downhill.

There are too many stuff-ups to be just genuine mistakes. Either the journalists are inept as being journalists, or they have serious issues with their systems.

Either way, it reflects poorly on the Post Courier and what it stands for.

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