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Harry Gordon Tribute

Harry Gordon, one of the greatest war correspondents, sports writers and newspaper editors of his generation has died at the age of 89.

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New prize to honour Harry Gordon

The Melbourne Press Club will create a new national journalism prize – the Australian Sports Journalist of the Year Award – to honour Harry Gordon.

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Greste and colleagues mark a year behind bars

Australian journalist Peter Greste and his Al Jazeera colleagues Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed are still trapped in an Egyptian prison – a year after their arrest for doing their job as journalists.

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Eileen Berry Trust to sponsor Press Club

The Melbourne Press Club has a new major media sponsor – The Eileen Berry Trust.

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Press Club denies Greens exclusion

The Melbourne Press Club has denied a claim that Victorian Greens leader Greg Barber was excluded from the recent election debate on transport policy issues between State Transport Minister Terry Mulder and Shadow Minister Jill Hennessy.

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Journalists’ voices must be heard not stolen: Thomson

News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson has called on journalists to fight pomposity and content theft to ensure the future of their craft. Here is the prepared text of his address to the Melbourne Press Club’s 2014 Hall of Fame dinner on Friday, 10 October:

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Journalists on first Anzac convoy remembered

A special commemoration was held in Melbourne on Sunday 19 October to mark the centenary of the first Victorian convoy to embark for World War I.

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Hall of Fame to go national

The new Australian Media Hall of Fame will be formed as soon as possible with the support of industry leaders in other states and territories.

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Melbourne’s first newspaper back in print

The Melbourne Press Club has reprinted Melbourne’s first newspaper as part of the establishment of the Victorian Media Hall of Fame.

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Obama and Abbott press for Peter Greste’s release

US President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott have personally urged the release of jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste in meetings with Egypt’s leader.

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