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What's good about the Ballarat Times?

By starting in the very job she trained for, Edwina Williams defied a trend for journalism graduates. In less than five years since, she has worked her way up to be the senior journalist at the Ballarat Times, a free community weekly serving her hometown.

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This is News Satire

Melbourne Press Club intern Cathryn Boyes dives into the world of Australian TV news satire.

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Chapter 7. A shovel for a Premier

Steve Harris was president for two years. He did not want to do a third. He said there was a sensitivity at The Age that the Herald & Weekly Times had taken over the Press Club. However, it was ironic that by this time Steve was back at The Age with the title of publisher and editor-in-chief. Better to share it around, so the new president was Mike Richards, number two at The Age, assistant publisher to Steve and also the finance director. 

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2015 Quills: Best Features Photo

Michael Rayner, of The Weekly Review, won the 2015 Quill for Best Features Photo for his portrait of David Gulpilil. 

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Antony Catalano media lunch

On April 29 2010, Antony Catalano's Metro Media Publishing launched the first edition of The Weekly Review.

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2011 Lifetime Achievement Award

John Hamilton won the 2011 Melbourne Press Club Lifetime Achievement Award for a 50-year career at the West Australian, The Age and the Herald & Weekly Times.

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Lifetime Achievement Award 2011

John Hamilton won the 2011 Melbourne Press Club Lifetime Achievement Award for a 50-year career at the West Australian, The Age and the Herald & Weekly Times.

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