“Yes we all have this job to do, and yes it’s fashion, and yes some people think it’s just fashion, but it’s not just fashion.” Kim Wilson, executive fashion editor at the Herald Sun, tells Taylah Broadley about her job.
“Journalism is definitely not a place for the faint-hearted so put yourself out there!” Wendy Tuohy, feature writer and opinion columnist at The Herald Sun talks to Helena Abdou about her 30-year career as a journalist.
“Our job as journalists is to stand up for the voiceless, shine a light onto areas of injustice and to present the public with the full facts.” Jill Stark talks to Fatima Halloum about her career-defining moments.
“I felt like we were doing our job in giving those victims, the most vulnerable of people, a voice.” Investigative journalist Nick McKenzie has won the prestigious Walkley Award seven times. He talks to Lucy Slade in an ongoing Q & A series on journalists.
“At the end of the day you’re telling a story and being competitive, just in a different format.” 3AW radio producer and Herald Sun journalist, Brianna Travers talks with Tahlia Sinclair about moving between media formats.
“Make yourself available, be gung-ho and make it the best thing you can write, don’t hand anything in half assed.” Sydney Morning Herald and Age columnist Danny Katz talks with James Willis about writing.