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Number of jailed journalists at all-time high

2017 has seen a "dismal failure" by the international community to address a global crisis in freedom of the press, the CPJ says.

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Press Council appoints new chair

The Australian Press Council has appointed former senior federal bureaucrat Neville Stevens as its new chair.

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Vale Ken Inglis

Inglis was a "deft, careful and generous writer whose prose lit up any magazine or newspaper"

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Vale John Hamilton

Legendary Herald Sun journalist and war historian John Hamilton has died after a long illness.

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Streep praises media's dogged "bullshit detectives"

Academy Award winner speaks at the CPJ's International Press Freedom Awards  

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Vale Phil Chubb

Press Club Vice-President Phil Chubb, who passed away after a short but tenacious battle with cancer, was remembered at a memorial event on 15 November.

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Press freedom plumbs fresh depths in Southeast Asia

The latest World Press Freedom Index highlights increasing insecurity for journalists working around Southeast Asia, writes Luke Hunt.

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The Postles: Father & son's work in new exhibition

PRESS DYNASTY exhibition in Melbourne shows work of Bruce Postle and his press photographer father Cliff

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Vale Peter Luck, Broadcast journalist and writer

"True pioneer of Australian TV journalism" Peter Luck remembered

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Cambodia Daily closes, crackdown intensifies

Independent newspaper The Cambodia Daily closes as government crackdown worsens

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