Entries for the Victorian Office for Disability’s ‘Report It Right’ competition are now open.
Pacific Magazines is looking for an online producer to join InStyle magazine in its offices in Eveleigh and Walsh Bay, NSW.
The Western Region Football League is seeking cadet sport reporters to join its media team.
SYN is searching for people under the age of 26 to join its 2012 leadership team.
The 2011 Melbourne Writers Festival is running two competitions on the theme of ‘Stories Unbound’, one for bloggers and one for makers of short films and animations.
Hawkesbury Newspapers are seeking a sports journalist at cadet level to join their team in Richmond, NSW.
Fancy yourself as a short-story writer? Do you have visions of how the great game will be played in 2022? If so, the AFL wants to hear from you.
Are you a young person with a story to tell about your culture or your views? Is your community under-represented in the mainstream media? The Multicultural Media Exchange may be for you.
Bruce Guthrie, former editor-in-chief of the Herald Sun and former editor of The Age, will speak at the Wheeler Centre today, Thursday, 9 June, followed by British journalist Barbara Gunnell who will appear in the evening.
Star News Group is seeking a sports reporter for a casual position at its Tullamarine office.
This afternoon, La Trobe University welcomes Melbourne writer Anna Krien as a guest lecturer in the Journalism Research class.
Fairfax Community Network is seeking two journalists for positions available at its Dandenong and Airport West offices.
An exchange between President Obama and Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly has been selected by Renee Tibbs to join our ‘100 articles’ list as an example of how NOT to conduct an interview.
The United Nations is offering student journalists the opportunity to cover its ‘Sustainable Societies; Responsive Citizens’ conference in Germany.
An expose by The Guardian of the uncritical use of press releases has been selected by Renee Tibbs to be included in our list of the ‘100 articles every journalist should read’.
This account of how a piece in Rolling Stone led to the resignation of one of America’s most senior military officials joins our ‘100 articles’ list.
Although he died more than 60 years ago, George Orwell’s work remains a signficant influence on journalists. Suzannah Marshall Macbeth nominates this essay to join our ‘100 articles’ list.