Born: 30 June 1944Special Achievements:
1988 - Received the Graham Perkin Award as Australian Journalist of the Year.
1993-1995 - First woman editor of a major daily newspaper in Australia, The Canberra Times.
2001 - Inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women.
January 2004 - Appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO), for her long and distinguished service to Australian journalism.
2006 - Walkley Award (Senior Journalism Awards), Journalistic Leadership, The Age, ABC Radio National.Additional Information:
1970-1993 - Worked for The Age.
1976 - The chief political correspondent for The Age.
1995-1996 - Returned to The Age as political editor.
1996-1999 - Columnist and senior writer for The Australian Financial Review.
1999-2002 - Chief political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald.
2002 - Returned to The Age as political columnist.
March 2004-2013 - Political editor and bureau chief for The Age.
2013 - Professorial fellow, the University of Canberra, as well as Associate Editor (Politics) and Chief Political Correspondent of The Conversation.
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