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The Defamation Threat

Facing a real challenge to free speech

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Journalists jailed then bailed as Thai court hears defamation charges

Taking a stand against attempts to silence the media in Thailand, former Age and News Limited senior journalist Alan Morison spent five hours in a small prison cell crowded with 90 prisoners, including a man who admitted killing his girlfriend.

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Nick McKenzie on Breaking Big Stories

Few people see the pressure investigative journalists face when breaking stories.

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State of Suppression: Justice served or hidden?

The use of suppression orders by courts to stop publication of the sensitive details of legal proceedings has grown rapidly in recent years – especially in Victoria.

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Chapter 9. The Push for Membership

In 1991 ­– 20 years after the founding of the club – membership was still hovering under 200 and it was reasonable to question whether this was sufficient for a viable organisation. Certainly, this number was a very small proportion of the eligible membership in the dynamic media-rich city of Melbourne.

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