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Episode 4: Kathleen Lively – Have You Heard The News?

It's been Thanksgiving in the USA, and we talk to US Consul General Kathleen Lively about the first news story she remembers - the mystery surrounding the disappearance of two local girls from her hometown, Washington DC, as well as the profound impact of the Watergate revelations.

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'Take chances on style, medium and most of all, on people'

An excerpt from Hari Raj’s essay in the upcoming book ‘Journalism Matters: 50 Years of Journalism at RMIT’.

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The Edit: US Election Special

Watch our Edit event featuring Mike Amor and a special pre-record with Ebony Bowden

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The Edit: Reporting Trump's White House

A special forum with The Australian's Washington correspondent Cameron Stewart

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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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Membership: renew or join now to win movie passes

Your chance to win double passes to The Post - Steven Spielberg's new film about the Pentagon Papers

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Vale John Hamilton

Legendary Herald Sun journalist and war historian John Hamilton has died after a long illness.

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The Edit: with Andrew Quilty

At a very special Edit event we spoke to Afghanistan-based photojournalist Andrew Quilty

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Fake News Fightback

Tonya Mosley and Aaron Glantz on the impacts of the Trump presidency on US media and society.

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Panama Papers wins a Pulitzer Prize

The global Panama Papers investigation led by Australian journalist Gerard Ryle has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting.

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