Fresh, thoughtful journalism and creative works produced by students
of the School of Art, Communication and English at the University of Sydney.

Newsroom: International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Hamish Boland-Rudder is the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists online editor. He has worked on all ICIJ’s major investigations, including the Panama Papers, the Implant Files and the FinCEN Files.

The latest investigation, The Pandora Papers, has now made headlines around the world.

Hamish previously worked at The Canberra Times in Australia, where he ran the breaking news website, which included coordinating digital coverage of elections, major sporting events, and live coverage of significant natural disasters. He has also reported for The Sydney Morning HeraldThe Korea Herald, and various other publications.

Hamish studied Arts, (Media and Communications, History) at the University of Sydney where he was awarded the Helen Newborn Bennett prize for history, and was granted an Australia-Korea Foundation fellowship. He generously donated his time to speak to students in the MECO Newsroom last semester.

Hamish Boland-Rudder is the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists online editor. He has worked on all ICIJ's major investigations, including the Panama Papers, the Implant Files and the FinCEN Files.

By

Pam Walker
Pam Walkerhttp://megaphoneoz.com/
Editor-in-chief: Pam Walker Tutor in Media and Communications, University of Sydney, University of NSW; freelancer The South China Morning Post; communications teacher Sydney TAFE; editor, NewsLocal, The Fairfield Advance; former journalist and editor Courier Newspapers (Group Arts Editor, inaugural editor Central, editor and news editor The Wentworth Courier), editor The Glebe (Cumberland); journalist Fairfax Community Newspapers (the Fairfield City Champion); and editor AMG publications The City Hub, The Bondi View, The City News. Former media adviser for City of Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore.

Want fresh, thoughtful journalism in your inbox? Subscribe to Salience.