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Seventeen News Associates alumni are celebrating new senior status after being awarded their National Qualification in Journalism.
Pundits have predicted the 2015 general election will be one of the dirtiest, as well one of the most interesting.
Being sent to do a death doorknock is one of the most important tasks a reporter is ever asked to perform.
The use of drones, wearable devices and the challenges of reporting on the first hashtag election were all topics up for discussion at the News:Rewired conference this month.
January 1, 2015 marks an important milestone: ten years since the Freedom of Information Act came into force.