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The 14th Annual Robert Rose Lecture was presented by writer, film and TV producer, and comedian Brian Nankervis.
Investigative journalism is one of the few independent checks on the excesses of government, corrupt officials and corporate scoundrels. Such journalism is expensive to produce, takes a long time and risks expensive legal proceedings.
Applications are now open for the Swinburne University of Technology-Melbourne Press Club ‘Beyond the Fault Lines’ Fellowship.
RMIT to host conversation with former Insiders host
Head of AFLW delivers 17th Bob Rose Lecture
A discussion with two data journalists on finding interesting ways of telling stories with numbers
Director of the Technology, Media & Comms specialization at Columbia University to give lecture at RMIT
Laurie Oakes' retirement address - on media, politics and the past.
Renowned US editor and Centre for Investigative Reporting executive director Robert Rosenthal delivered a free public lecture at Monash University on Tuesday 20 September, 2011.
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