The National Rural Press Club was pleased to host it’s first event since Canberra emerged from lockdown. On Thursday 8 October following the Federal Budget, newly-elected President Lucy Barbour moderated a lively debate between Minister for Agriculture, Drought & Emergency Management, David Littleproud and shadow agriculture spokesperson Joel Fitzgibbon. The event was hosted at the… Continue reading Agriculture leaders tackle tough questions
The National Rural Press Club congratulates all Australian journalists on their awards with special mention to National Rural Press Club Members Brett Worthington and Lucy Barbour for their success in taking out major prizes on the world stage of agricultural journalism. Australia’s best rural broadcasters and photographers have taken out major prizes at this… Continue reading Aussies Scoop The Pool in Global Ag Journalism Awards
Canberra-based ABC reporter Lucy Barbour has taken out the top prize at the National Rural Press Club’s inaugural Excellence in Rural Journalism Award for her report on the huge impact of drought within and beyond rural communities. Best News Coverage and Overall Winner, Lucy Barbour, ABC The prize of $5000 is one of the richest… Continue reading Drought report wins inaugural Excellence in Rural Journalism Award
u are a journalist reporting on significant rural and regional issues with a connection to the Canberra region you cannot afford not to enter this award.
The National Rural Press Club Excellence in Rural Journalism Awards recognise members who are leaders in Australia’s rural media sector. Winners of these awards will be eligible to qualify for the Australian Council for Agricultural Journalists professional awards. Applications open on Thursday 3 October and close on Wednesday 6 November.All entrants must be members of… Continue reading National Rural Press Club Inaugural Excellence in Rural Journalism Awards