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News Talks #7: Importance of news media in regional communities

Our reporters Rafal Alumairy and Anneliese Farrer interview Student Journalist of the Year Jack Ward. Last year, after the closure of Ararat’s […]

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JOB BLOG // Alumni Profile: Lindsey Green

You can’t be under 26 forever. When SYNners get too old to volunteer, a lot of them go on to work in […]

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Right to Know

For the last 20 years, the federal government has been issuing tighter and tighter laws on what information is shared with the […]

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Investigation into missing Saudi journalist continues

Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared and was reportedly murdered during a visit to the Saudi in Istanbul in October this year. […]

Detained Reuters journalist Wa Lone is escorted by police after a court hearing in Yangon, Myanmar April 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang

Jailed journalists a blow to freedom of the press

The trial of two international journalists in Myanmar has been labelled a ‘travesty of justice’ by the new U.N High Commissioner for […]

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Fairfax to merge with Nine in multi-billion dollar deal

One of the largest mergers in Australian media history was recently annoucned, with broadcast giant Nine set to merge with Fairfax media, […]

JOB BLOG // Alumni Profile: Max Stainkamph

You can’t be under 26 forever. When SYNners get too old to volunteer, a lot of them go on to work in […]

JOB BLOG // Alumni Profile: Emer McCarthy

You can’t be under 26 forever. When SYNners get too old to volunteer, a lot of them go on to work in […]

JOB BLOG // Alumni Profile: Tara Cosoleto

You can’t be under 26 forever. When SYNners get too old to volunteer, a lot of them go on to work in […]

JOB BLOG // Alumni Profile: Ellijahna Victoria

You can’t be under 26 forever. When SYNners get too old to volunteer, a lot of them go on to work in […]