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Melbourne Press Club welcomes Mr Paul Paton to our board

Mr Paton is a proud Aboriginal man from the Gunai and Monaro-Ngarigo groups of southeastern Australia who is passionate about the preservation, continuation and promotion of cultures.

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The Edit: How to pitch a story

How should you approach an editor, what do you cover in your pitch, and what considerations should you make if working as a freelancer?

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Reporting, newsrooms and mental health

Now more than ever journalists and news crews must take extra care of their mental health as they report on the issues of the day.

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Victoria’s Truth and Justice Process

Wurundjeri and Ngurai illum Wurrung woman Sue-Anne Hunter and Victorian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Prevention of Family Violence and Women Gabrielle Williams on the Victorian truth and justice process

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The Edit: The importance of images

Join us for our upcoming Edit webinar with Chris Gillett and Tia Kass on the importance of images in print, TV, and digital journalism, discussing the similarities and differences between illustrations and the power of an image in helping a story cut through.

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2021-22 Michael Gordon Fellowships Guidelines & Criteria

Read guidelines and criteria for the 2021/22 Michael Gordon Fellowships

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Lisa Millar: Daring to Fly

Join us for a special in-person Book Club event with Lisa, moderated by her ABC News Breakfast co-host Michael Rowland.

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Upheaval: Disrupted lives in journalism

Australian newsrooms have broken the country’s critical stories for centuries, but over just a generation they have changed more than ever.

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Media Release: MPC partners with the Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations

The Melbourne Press Club is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations as the sponsor of the Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting Quill award for the next two years.

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About the 2021-22 Michael Gordon Fellowships program

Read all about the 2021 Michael Gordon Fellowships

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