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The Edit: Shooting the Pollies

Talking shop with Canberra Press photographer Alex Ellinghausen

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The Great Thrall of China

China’s ascendence and influence demands robust media attention, the expert panel agreed.

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The 2017 MPC Lifetime Achievement Award

The club celebrated the career of business journalist extraordinaire Robert Gottliebsen 

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The Rabble Rousers

Lunch with three of Australia's best news columnists

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Political cartooning - the end of an era

Newspaper cartoons are no longer major components of the central forum that they were in the era of mass media, Robert Phiddian and Haydon Manning write in The Conversation.

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Adele Ferguson wins the Gold Quill

An expose of the multi-million dollar financial advice scandal at the Commonwealth Bank has won Adele Ferguson the highest honour in Victorian journalism – the Monash Gold Quill.

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The Board

Meet the Melbourne Press Club board.

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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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AAP Medianet - 6 February 2020

All the latest media movements from AAP.

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