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Global workplace: journalist

Find out whether you are suited to working in another country as a journalist. Identify your job and lifestyle preferences. Compare your preferences with working conditions and cultural environments in other countries. For example, working hours for journalists are longer in some countries than others. Explore which factors ...


Michael Atchison describes work as a political cartoonist, 2008

This is an edited sound recording of Michael Atchison (1933-), talking about his work before his recent retirement as chief political cartoonist for the Advertiser newspaper in Adelaide. He describes the process of getting a 'feel' for the main political news of the day, then choosing the topic of each cartoon. He also ...


Kingsford Smith lands in Brisbane - asset 2

This is a silent black-and-white film clip from a newsreel of Charles Kingsford Smith's arrival at Eagle Farm Airport, Brisbane, after his record-breaking 12-day flight from England in 1930 in the 'Southern Cross Junior' biplane. It shows Kingsford Smith climbing out of the cockpit, surrounded by journalists, smoking a ...


Bob Hawke at a Canberra 'dismissal' rally, 1975 - asset 2

This is a black-and-white photograph of Bob Hawke, then President of the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) and National President of the Australian Labor Party (ALP), speaking at a rally to protest the dismissal of the Whitlam government by the Governor-General, Sir John Kerr.


Daisy Bates at her desk, 1941

This is a black-and-white photograph, measuring 16.8 cm x 16.3 cm, taken in 1941 by Darian D Smith. It shows Irish-born Daisy Bates (1863-1951) working at her desk in Adelaide, South Australia. She is wearing a fitted jacket, high-collared shirt, hat and gloves. Hanging on the wall behind her is a map of Australia, showing ...


Archibald Sanderson, 1895

This is a black-and-white photograph of Archibald Sanderson equipped for his trip to Coolgardie, Western Australia, in 1895. It is a studio portrait, with Sanderson dressed in a shirt, bow tie, waistcoat and jacket. He is also wearing what appears to be a pith helmet with an attached net. He has a waterbag on the crossbar ...


Frontline, 1979: 'Elephants'

This clip shows an interview with Neil Davis about his experiences as an Australian combat cameraman during the Vietnam War. The clip opens with Davis stating that the South Vietnamese Army always did more of the fighting than the US troops. The clip cuts to footage of South Vietnamese soldiers in combat as Davis's voice-over ...