Search Results for "Treasurer"

1-10 out of 13 results.

If there are more than 200 matches, only the first 200 are displayed here.

The 2019 Budget Briefing

Tim Pallas MP details his fifth state budget

Read More

MPC expresses support for striking Fairfax journalists

The Press Club declares sympathy for journalists at The Age and Sydney Morning Herald who have called a week-long strike in the face of staff cuts.

Read More

The Budget Briefing

Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas discusses his third budget

Read More

Budget briefing - Lunch with Treasurer Tim Pallas

Treasurer Tim Pallas joined a special event to explore key features of the budget.

Read More

Press Club gains new sponsor

One of the newest players in Melbourne’s media scene, Mediaxpress, has signed up as a sponsor of the Melbourne Press Club.

Read More

Chapter 1: The search for a well

Journalists were never great club people, not in the traditional sense. Instead, they liked their pubs. 

Read More

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.

Read More

Chapter 5. The club in crisis

Noel Tennison, like elder brother Pat, was one of the great pillars that supported the Press Club and kept it going. He was passionate about it. He kept every notice he received and spent countless hours hunting down new members.

Read More

Chapter 6. Lazarus rises

The year was 1995 and Jim Clarke was worried. The club could not go on the way it was. Everything had been tried — subsidised lunches, tearful appeals on notice boards, wild Christmas parties. However, he did have an idea. Why not get someone in charge who had real clout, someone with a high profile, someone who could steer real resources their way.

Read More

1-10 out of 13 results.

Apply to join the Melbourne Press Club

Membership is $85 for journalists, $110 for associate members and $40 for students.

Subscribe to our mailing list

Keep up to date with all our events, announcements and special offers.