A potted history of The Guardian alongside Rusbridger’s own journalistic career, primarily looking at the massive disruption of traditional journalism by the digital revolution, particularly when he was editor there from 1995 to 2015.
A snapshot of the second half of the 20th Century and a homage to the life of the Australian Hall of Fame journalistic photographer Russell McPhedran through a selection of his photographs and illuminating and humorous anecdotes.
The Walkley Foundation has announced the shortlist for the Walkley Book Award, part of Australia’s most prestigious journalism accolades.
A thought-provoking book that should help feature writers become comfortable in both the print and online worlds, featuring exercises and discussion topics.
This book encapsulates the working life of Sue Lloyd-Roberts, a video journalist for 30 years who often reported on human rights abuses around the world.
Journalist Kim Baker as lives out a multi-year stint as a field reporter in Afghanistan during the peak conflict times of the post 9/11 war.
Back in an age when journalism put facts over sensationalism, a deep reporting unit sets out to expose allegations of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church.
The final countdown for award entries begins as the nomination period for the inaugural Amnesty International Australia Media Awards enters its final month.
Former Ralph magazine editor, novelist and columnist, Mark Dapin, will be delivering a two day masterclass in Adelaide early April on how to write anything!
The heat is on and the claws are out...welcome to the South Australian state election. March 2010 has been a hotbed of activity in Adelaide and it’s going to get a whole lot hotter as we come into the final weeks of the state election.