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Page, Wendy

Occupation
Journalist and Television Journalist

Summary

A latecomer to journalism, Wendy Page was 43 when she joined ABC TV's The 7.30 Report as a researcher and eventually a producer. She has been a reporter and a founding producer for Australian Story since 1995, and has produced many ground-breaking stories on justice issues, particularly in Western Australia.

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Events

1995 -
Career in journalism active
2002
Walkley Award (Television) - TV Current Affairs, Feature, Documentary Or Special (More Than 10 Minutes), 'Murder He Wrote', Australian Broadcasting Corporation (With Ian Harley)
2007
Walkley Award (All Media) - Sport Feature Coverage - ABC TV, "Man of the Century"

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.walkleys.com/winners/database.html.

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