The journalism paradox – people thirsting for news while news media shed staff and tuition fees go up

The dilemma facing students with their hearts set on journalism careers has worsened this year. On the one hand the Covid-19 pandemic has shown the vital importance of journalism in…

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Hedley Thomas wins Gold Walkley
Gold Walkley winner Hedley Thomas with wife Ruth Mathewson (photo: Adam Hollingworth)

Hedley Thomas wins Gold Walkley

Jschool congratulates top investigative journalist Hedley Thomas in winning the Gold Walkley at the Walkley Awards for journalism excellence. Hedley, national chief correspondent with The Australian, is the only journalist…

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Ando does us proud

Great honour for Jschool journalism law lecturer David Anderson - chosen to carry the baton on Fraser Island as part of the Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton relay.

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Three more Jscholars in new year graduations

From Jschool's Facebook page  (www.facebook.com/JschoolAustralia):   It's great that three more Jschool students have recently completed their Diploma of Journalism - Tylah Ashburn in Brisbane, Stephanie Roemer in Melbourne and…

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