This newsletter is a bit different to my previous musings. What an incredible year this has been, and continues to be. So many people facing hardships …
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Brian Courtice on recognising an ugly pastWelcome to series 3 of Streets of Your Town podcast! In this series I will continue my wanderings around the country, well as far as I can in this new …
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What an incredible year for Streets of Your Town—The Journo Project! As we all emerge from our Covid-induced slumber, and wonder what on earth comes ne…
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Gerard Ryle on the need to provide reliable information at this time of crisisThis latest episode features investigative reporter extraordinaire and head of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists Gerard Ryle.
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Nas Campanella on empowering rather than patronising in disability reportingThis week’s Journo Project features Nas Campanella, who is thought to be the only blind newsreader in the world. Nas is a journalist and radio newsread…
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Kate McClymont on the need for high-quality mediaIn this latest Streets of Your Town—The Journo Project podcast, you will hear from seven time Walkley Award winner and renowned investigative journalis…
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Damien Cave on Australia’s secretive democracyAustralian Bureau Chief of the New York Times Damien Cave has reported from locations around the globe from Mexico to Baghdad. He says at times the lac…
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Truth and Press FreedomIt’s an important turning point for The Journo Project, my loyal subscribers. The prestigious publication Griffith Review has commissioned me to produc…
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Matthew Condon on covering corruptionFor renowned journalist and multi-award winning author Matthew Condon, protecting his sources, and listening, make the crucial cornerstone to his succe…
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Helen Pitt on the importance of impartialityIt took ten years of research and writing through some of the toughest times in her life, but journo Helen Pitt’s determination was rewarded. She not o…
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Chris Reason on on going against the packThis episode of The Journo Project features one of the great stalwarts of Australian journalism—Walkley Award winning television reporter Chris Reason.
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Zoe Daniel on being a foreign correspondentListen now (34 min) | Zoe Daniel was one of the few journos who saw the rise of Donald Trump coming, and that all came from her dedication to reporting…
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