In modern journalism there is an insatiable desire to be first with the news online and to uncover scandal. But the patient fisherman simply seeking to tell a story can still be rewarded. This collection of Damon Kitney’s articles and profiles from over a decade writing for The Australian perfectly illustrates this.
Love, Marriage & Life is Christine Forster’s first collection of articles and speeches following her election as councillor for the City of Sydney Council. A prominent face of and voice for issues in Australia including same sex marriage, this collection brings together her thoughts on various cultural and political topics.
A powerful collection of articles from journalist and opinion columnist Rita Panahi covering topics including the plight of women under Islam, modern feminism, new-age parenting, animal cruelty, Australian values, and much more.
A thoughtfully curated collection of Kevin Donnelly’s articles about the state of education in Australia today and how political correctness at the school level is impacting the education of our children.
Beyond the Newsroom takes the reader back to the key events and people in power that have shaped the world over the last 50 years, as seen by and told through a journalist’s observations and impressions.
A powerful, thoughtful response to the threat posed by the cultural-left to Western civilisation. This book explores the rise of political correctness in Australia including: the dangers of Islamic fundamentalism; Safe Schools, same-sex marriage and the LGBTQI sexuality and gender agenda; what it means to be Australian, and much more.
#MenToo is the collected wisdom from decades of Bettina Arndt’s passionate advocacy for men and boys. Her powerful writing about sometimes controversial topics makes this a must-read for anyone interested in the issues facing men in Australia today.
Black Journalists and the Fight for Racial Justice in the Twentieth Century
African American reporters covering history
Once distinct, the commercial and alternative black press began to cross over with one another in the 1920s. The porous press culture that emerged shifted the political and economic motivations shaping African American journalism. It also sparked disputes over radical politics that altered ......