Brian Kelly was fortunate enough to start journalism in an era when a kid straight out of high school could bag a cadetship without first wrestling tertiary education. From a regional newspaper background 30 years ago, he took on work and life in the United Kingdom for a decade, during which toiling on an array of provincial weeklies and dailies broadened his experience before a move into magazines and “Fleet Street” titles. Returning to Australia brought a sense of coming full circle and new challenges on newspapers in Perth and Melbourne before resettlement in his hometown of Wollongong, from where he continues to surf the ever-breaking wave of modern media.
Articles by Brian Kelly
Read all about it
Up to the minute Twitter chatter
The latest and greatest
Good morning Punchers. After four years of excellent fun and great conversation, this is the final post…
I have had some close calls, one that involved what looked to me like an AK47 pointed my way, followed…
In a world in which there are still people who subscribe to the vile notion that certain victims of sexual…