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Tegan George

Tegan George

Tears And Hope: What It's Like To Cover The Bushfire Devastation As A Reporter

5 min read

When I received the call to go into the South Coast fire zone, I was quietly terrified.

News

News

Pauline Hanson Wants Journalists To Have Permits, Amid Major Media Blackout

3 min read

Australia's politicians have responded to a media campaign calling for better protections for whistleblowers and journalists while doing their jobs.

World

World

Reporter Tried To Reach Out To Dead Guy 'For Comment', Did Not Hear Back

1 min read

Ah live TV, there’s nothing quite like it.

World

World

Reporter Tried To Reach Out To Dead Guy 'For Comment'

1 min read

Ah live TV, there’s nothing quite like it.

National

National

'It's Racism': TV Presenter Claims She Was Harassed By Police For Buying A Bottle Of Wine

2 min read

Long-time TV presenter Karla Grant claims she was targeted by a police officer for buying a bottle of wine during a recent trip to Alice Springs, in an incident she says was racist.

National

National

Sandra Sully Roasts Scott Morrison's 'How Good' Slogan In Spoof News Bulletin

3 min read

'Australia is very good, and gooder than many estimates predicted', news anchor Sandra Sully reports as she satirises the PM's slogan.

News

News

Journalist Goes To New Depths To Cover Flood Story

1 min read

Azadar Hussain is one of those journalists who goes that extra mile.

National

National

'I Was Expecting A Cleaner, And The AFP Were At My Door Then In My Oven'

2 min read

The AFP officers who raided Annika Smethurst's home left no stone unturned, searching top to bottom in what the News Corp journalist described as an "uncomfortable" invasion of privacy.

Jane Caro

Jane Caro

The ABC Raids Could Spell The End Of Democracy As We Know It

4 min read

The headline in today’s New York Times says it all really: “Australia May Well Be the World’s Most Secretive Democracy."

News

News

From 'Death Knocks' To Dead Bodies: Why Journalists Became Funeral Workers

3 min read

Dealing with death on a daily basis isn't for everyone, but for some it's the best skill they've got.

Politics

Politics

A Rundown Of Attempts To Get Rid Of The ABC As We Know It

5 min read

Selling off the ABC is just one of 20 goals conservative think-tank the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) put forward in a recent wish-list to Coalition members.

Politics

Politics

Does Ray Martin Think Mike Willesee Changed Australian History With THAT Question?

3 min read

It was a piece of cake for Mike Willesee. For aspiring Prime Minister John Hewson, not so much.

Hugh Riminton

Hugh Riminton

From Wars To Living Rooms: Four Decades On The Front Line Of News

3 min read

One summer afternoon, long ago in a small town far from here, I met a radio news director.

World

World

Myanmar Court Rejects Appeal By Jailed Reuters Reporters

2 min read

A Myanmar court on Friday rejected the appeal of two Reuters reporters sentenced to seven years in jail on charges of breaking the Official Secrets Act.

World

World

Former CNN Journalist Of The Year Fired For Making-Up Stories

2 min read

An award-winning German journalist has been fired from one of the largest magazines in Europe, after revelations he had been falsifying his stories for years.

World

World

Number Of Journalists Jailed For Doing Their Job Near Record High

3 min read

A near-record number of journalists around the world are behind bars for their work, including two Reuters reporters whose imprisonment in Myanmar has drawn international criticism, according to a report released on Thursday.