Robert Duffield

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Robert Duffield (1935 - 2000) was a journalist who served as foreign editor of The Australian from 1968 until 1974.[1][2][3] His single most memorable work was Rogue Bull, a 1979 biography of Lang Hancock. Duffield won the Clarion Prize at the 1988 WA Media Awards.[4] He spent his last years as a lecturer at Curtin University.[5] He died in August 2000.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Payne, Trish War and Words p259
  2. ^ Murdoch's Flagship by Denis Cryle (MUP, Carlton, Victoria, Australia, 2008, p203)
  3. ^ Austlit agent details
  4. ^ http://www.wamediaawards.com.au/history
  5. ^ Murdoch's Flagship by Denis Cryle (MUP, Carlton, Victoria, Australia, 2008, p166)
  6. ^ Murdoch's Flagship by Denis Cryle (MUP, Carlton, Victoria, Australia, 2008, p166)