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The Walkley Foundation champions the highest standards of journalism in Australia through our awards, events and magazine – join the conversation!
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You’ve got six weeks until Walkley entries close on August 31. Beat the rush, and start thinking about your entry now. Our Categories Explained is a great place to begin working out where your story has the best chance:
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Join us in Melbourne on August 15 for a free discussion co-hosted by . and Caroline Wilson with moderator from will be talking about why good journalism matters. Register:
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Is this the first time a dog actually ate someone’s homework?
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Read our interview with 2018 Walkley Award-winner for business journalism, here:
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Our next media talk is on August 15, all about business journalism and the impact it can have. Speakers include Jonathan Shapiro, (), Ticky Fullerton, () and moderator .
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Walkley Foundation Jul 21
Should the offence of ‘scandalising the court’ be abolished? Thanks to legal academic and lawyer , for writing about contempt of court and legal issues for journalists in the Walkley Magazine:
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Walkley Foundation Jul 21
Read our latest award winner profile, with journalist , 2019 Women’s Leadership in Media winner.
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Gary Nunn🏳️‍🌈🚴🏼 Jul 21
Now in the ⁦⁩ magazine: my piece on the journalist fellowship: ‘Men, it’s time to step up on violence against women’
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Walkley Foundation Jul 20
If you’d like to support Australian journalism, consider donating to the Walkley Public Fund which supports journalist scholarships, fellowships, mentoring and grants.
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Walkley Foundation Jul 20
Our latest award-winner interview is with 2019 Award winner .
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Walkley Foundation Jul 19
Journalists , Caroline Wilson and from will be talking about why good journalism matters at a free discussion co-hosted by . Join us in Melbourne, Aug 15
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SMH Photography Jul 19
Receiver Engineer David Cooke was inside the control room at Parkes Observatory on the night Apollo 11 landed on the Moon, and other fabulous photos taken this week by the photographers of and the regionals Twitter photo by
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Walkley Foundation Jul 19
The Camerawork category in the WA Awards recognises excellence in Australian news, current affairs and documentary as well as videography and photo films in digital formats, representing the highest standards of the craft. Enter now:
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Walkley Foundation Jul 18
What does it take to get a story onto ? Let’s just say the editing is rigorous. Read our full interview with 2019 Award winner here:
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Walkley Foundation Jul 18
Entries are now open for the 2019 Nikon-Walkley Awards for Press Photography. Find all the details online here: Entries close August 31.
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Walkley Foundation Jul 18
Check out our Facebook gallery of 2018 Nikon-Walkley Photojournalism finalists and winners (including the 2018 photo of the year by ) here:
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Walkley Foundation Jul 18
WA photographers: the News Photo category in the WA Awards rewards technical superiority, creativity and originality. Entries can include a range of news photography, from an exclusive or spontaneous news moment or images depicting news values on the day.
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John Thompson Jul 18
New resources to help journalists make a difference by
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Ivy Jensen Jul 18
A little something I wrote which the republished in their magazine
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kylie boltin Jul 18
“We all need to be mindful to hold people accountable in our copy. Use active sentences and think about why you are including information about the victim and perpetrator. If the detail is not relevant, don’t include it.”
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