07 October 2019
Talking shop with Canberra Press photographer Alex Ellinghausen
29 July 2019
A special forum with The Australian's Washington correspondent Cameron Stewart
20 May 2019
Documentary makers Simon Kurian and Hollie Fifer discussed their craft and the intersection between journalism and documentary
29 April 2019
A discussion with two data journalists on finding interesting ways of telling stories with numbers
25 February 2019
At the Edit's first event for 2019, we spoke data, privacy and encryption with tech and legal experts
27 August 2018
At this Edit event in August 2018, our guest panel dove into the nitty-gritty of freelancing
25 July 2018
Anthony Dowsley has been on the beat for NewsCorp for more than two decades
16 April 2018
Rachael Brown and producer Sophie Townsend to discuss her landmark podcast series Trace
27 November 2017
At this special year-end edition of The Edit Caro joined us for an exclusive off-the-record briefing on how she cracked some of the biggest scandals of recent years – and gave tips for handling stories
29 August 2017
At a very special Edit event we spoke to Afghanistan-based photojournalist Andrew Quilty
01 May 2017
At our first Edit event for 2017, Herald Sun's FOI Editor Fiona Hudson answered all manner of questions about FOI journalism
14 November 2016
Throughout their illustrious careers, John Silvester and Andrew Rule have turned the torch on some of Melbourne's seediest scenarios
In September 2016 The Edit assembled a special panel to discuss post-traumatic stress
23 May 2016
Edit guests got a rare insight into her Walkley and Quill award winning investigations when Adele joined us in May to talk frankly about leaks, sources, relationships and how she got into the investigative business.
18 January 2016
The Edit kicked off for 2016 in January, when industry veteran and legend Leigh Sales
14 December 2015
The Edit celebrated the end of the year and Christmas with foreign correspondent Hamish Macdonald, a veteran of Al Jazeera and Channel Ten
09 November 2015
In November 2015, Age Investigations Editor Michael Bachelard & ABC 7.30 Investigative Reporter Louise Milligan joined The Edit to talk sources and stories.
24 August 2015
The Edit launched in August 2015 with a fascinating informal discussion by three leading Melbourne-based investigative journalists.
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