|AUSTRALIANS GET FRIENDLY HAND||1|
|OAKLEY APPOINTED PRESIDENT: VOTING SYSTEM CRITICISED||1|
|PUBLICITY BLACKOUT WAR JOB REMAINS OBSCURE||1|
|STALAG SALUTE TO ANZACS||1|
|WE OUTRANK OVERSEAS RORIES||1|
|WHO, WHAT .. .||2|
|Sydney Ethics Inquiry Clears 4 Journalists||2|
|35 A.J.A. MEMBERS HAVE GIVEN LIVES IN WAR **** Casualties Listed||2|
|REFERENDUM PROPOSALS COMMENDED BY PRIME MINISTER FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION||3|
|FIRST OF SERIES FOR CAPETS POINTS ON HOW TO BECOME A GOOD REPORTER||3|
|Talk to Cadets on A.J.A. History||3|
|VICIOUS SACKING RIGHT CHALLENGED Sees Lesson for A.J.A. in Fascists' Rise||4|
|RESPONSIBILITY FOR POLICY THROWN ON JOURNALISTS?||4|
|N.S.W. Seeks New Award Conditions||4|
|WHAT COMMITTEE PROPOSES||4|
|U.S. Pressmen Dispute Right||4|
|Not “ Spirited," Says Victorian||4|
|URGES A.J.A. ROSTER PLAN||4|
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| author1=Australian Journalists' Association.
| author2=New Zealand Journalists' Association.
| title=The Journalist
| section=v. : ill., ports. ; 33 cm.
| issue=July, 1944
| publisher=Australian Journalists' Association
| access-date=7 May 2021
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