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First known date: 1995-1997 Issue Details: First known date: 1995-1997... 1995-1997 Rick Street
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y separately published work icon The News They Didn't Use Stephen Measday , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1995 Z443538 1995 single work novel young adult humour

'At sixteen, Rick Street's ambition is to become a journalist: he talks his way into becoming a country correspondent for the National Broadcasting Service, covering such mega-exciting events in his home town as the local netball championship, a bushfire along the Cattle Track and a whopper banana crop ... The big break comes when Rick is invited to Sydney during the holidays for work experience in the TV newsroom. That's when it all begins ... his meeting with Lisa, daughter of the State Premier; his involuntary involvement with a sinister new political party; and above all, his creation of the newest thing in news since the smoke signal: a TV program called The News They Didn't Use. Read on ...'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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y separately published work icon The News on Aliens Stephen Measday , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 1997 Z375091 1997 single work novel young adult humour ' Rick Street, roving reporter from The News They Didn't Use is back, investigating the mysterious appearance of UFOs at World's End Creek. In his usual humorous and cynical manner and with the aid of a couple of intergalactic reporters, he goes in search of the scoop of the century.' (Libraries Australia record).
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