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Calling all film-makers

Stories of community and solidarity are a vital part of the fabric of our identity as a nation.

Posted on 28th, April 2016

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Women in Media launches in Victoria

Women working in all areas of the Victorian media are set to benefit from the unparalleled networking, mentoring and advocacy ...

Posted on 26th, April 2016

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Members vote on new EBA at MCEC

Members at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre are encouraged to vote on whether or not to accept their new ...

Posted on 26th, April 2016

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Sign up for the big 2016 election doorknock

On June 18, MEAA members will be joining other union members and volunteers for a big day of election doorknocking ...

Posted on 25th, April 2016

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Spotlight on Scott Smith

30-year stage veteran Scott Smith has lent a hand to everyone from BB King to the Lion King. He tells ...

Posted on 22nd, April 2016

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Fairfax exempts execs but still cuts 100 journalists

MEAA is bitterly disappointed that Fairfax Media will persist with savage cuts to its editorial staff.

Posted on 21st, April 2016

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“Words fail me – keynote luncheon address by Kate Geraghty with Mike Bowers

Thu 5 May 2016

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM

L'Aqua, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour, Sydney

Journalism Master Classes – part of the Press Council 40th anniversary conference

Fri 6 May 2016

09:00 AM - 08:30 PM

University of Technology, Sydney

Press Freedom Australia Dinner 2016

Fri 6 May 2016

06:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Ivy Ballroom, Ivy, 320 George Street, Sydney