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Nick McKenzie named MPC President

The Melbourne Press Club has elected award-winning investigative reporter Nick McKenzie as its new President.

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ABC's Ashlynne McGhee elected MPC Vice President

New Vice President has served on board for six years

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MPC President Ferguson Honoured

Melbourne Press Club President Adele Ferguson has been made a Member of the Order of Australia

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MPC elects new president

Senior Fairfax business journalist Adele Ferguson is the new president of the Melbourne Press Club. 

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Former MPC President Noel Tennison dies

Veteran journalist, raconteur, PR maestro and former Melbourne Press Club president Noel Tennison has died after a short illness.

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Statement by Michael Rowland, President of the Press Club

The Melbourne Press Club deplores the jail sentences imposed on Australian journalist Peter Greste and his Al Jazeera colleagues.

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Corporate Lunch with ACTU President Ged Kearney

After five years in power - two of them in a hung parliament - the federal Labor government was trailing badly in the polls and speculation mounted about the future of Prime Minister Julia Gillard. A crucial element in the fortunes of Labor was the party's relationship with the trade union movement - particularly the Australian Council of Trade Unions.

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Chapter 4. A Woman President

Freda Irving was the club's first woman president. We had no idea of her age, but when she took over in 1978 we discovered she was 75. She had started at The Herald under the patronage of Keith Murdoch in 1926.

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The Edit: US Election Special

Join us for a conversation with veteran US Bureau chief Mike Amor, and a special pre-recorded interview with Ebony Bowden

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Young journalists writing their futures

MPC intern Sarah Petty looks at what the future holds for young aspiring journalists

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