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Bringing Hope to the Slums

A lunch with Asha Society's Kiran Martin

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The Edit: On Documentary and Journalism

Documentary makers Simon Kurian and Hollie Fifer discussed their craft and the intersection between journalism and documentary

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AAP Medianet - 29 November 2018

Federal Court approves takeover of Fairfax by Nine Entertainment Co

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Monash Vice Chancellor condemns Trump's order banning entry to Muslim migrants

Monash University VC Professor Margaret Gardner says the US President's action "threatens to impede our ability to support the diversity we champion".

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Trump's insults of journalists must be taken seriously

Alexandra Ellerbeck analyses the threats to journalism and press freedom posed by the incoming Trump administration.

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Wilson wins Australian Journalist of Year award

Veteran football writer Caroline Wilson of The Age won the 2013 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year Award, the richest prize in journalism, for her outstanding coverage of the Essendon Football Club’s drugs scandal.

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Meet the Melbourne Press Club board.

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Chapter 2: Lunch at $5 a head

In 1973 the club was going well. It was thought good to have a president who was well known, one who had the ability to attract top speakers. Pat Tennison managed to attract an impressive array of politicians, including Don Dunstan, Premier of South Australia; Rupert Hamer, Premier of Victoria; Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister; Don Chipp; Billy Snedden; and Bill Hayden.

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Chapter 3. A remarkable editor

On 14 December, 1976, there was a lunch in the Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria that was to give new prestige to the Melbourne Press Club. The memory of Graham Perkin was very fresh in all our minds. Perkin, editor-in-­chief of The Age, died suddenly of a heart attack on 16 October, 1975. He was 45.

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