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#Flashback Fridays: Kathy Marks

Hatch reporter Tom Livingstone profiles the industry professionals teaching at Macleay College, for a new series – #FlashbackFridays

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Walkley Award and book adaptation for hit podcast

UPDATE: Since this story was written, reporter Rachael Brown and Trace co-creators Jeremy Story Carter and Jesse Cox, have won a prestigious Walkley Award for Innovation.

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#Flashback Fridays: Antoinette Lattouf

Hatch reporter Tom Livingstone profiles the industry professionals teaching at Macleay College, for a new series – #FlashbackFridays Macleay College is paving the way for future journalists with innovative, practical and, most importantly, fun teaching methods. The staff are exceptional,

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#Flashback Fridays: Denby Weller

Hatch reporter Tom Livingstone profiles the industry professionals teaching at Macleay College, for a new series – #FlashbackFridays

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Peter Greste: Media freedom fighter

Peter Greste is a journalist who needs no introduction, having worked for some of the most prestigious media organisations, covering big stories in dangerous locations.

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Behind the voice of Nas Campanella

In a blue and white floral dress, complimented with teapot earrings, Nas Campanella stepped out of the taxi and walked with confidence, making friendly conversation.

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Persistence and pestering: Katherine Gillespie

Getting a start in the journalism industry can be very difficult but Katherine Gillespie says never to let that dishearten you.

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#FlashbackFridays: Fiona West

Hatch reporter Tom Livingstone profiles the industry professionals teaching at Macleay College, for a new series – #FlashbackFridays

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The media and me: Stephen Brook

The 24/7 media cycle, a plethora of news and channels and increasing social media chatter make life exhausting for journalists.

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The power of journalism: Quentin Dempster

When it comes to understanding the inner workings of Australian politics, and the media’s role in reporting it, there’s few who know better than Quentin Dempster.

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