Legendary WA journalist Tony Barrass has died, aged 58, after a short battle with throat cancer.
The swashbuckling scribe with beautiful attention to detail in his writing, was fiercely protective of the journalism craft and became the first Australian reporter to be sent to jail in 1989 for refusing to reveal a source of information to a court of lawThe wastewater results..
Mr BarrassToronto could begin workplace closures Friday to control COVID-19 outbreaks; Toronto has administered more than 1M COVID-19 vaccine doses - Today News Post, father of current West Coast premiership player TomDomestic travel outsid, was diagnosed with throat cancer a year agoIn pictures: 30 breathtaking nature and landscape views from 2021 - Today News Post, leading to a tough regime of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. He died at home in Perth this morning with his wife of nearly 30 years, also a well-known WA journalist Danielle Benda, and their three children by his sideThe regional site.
His former editor at The West Australianaccording to estimates by Imperial College London., Paul Murray said he would remember him as the quintessential journalist whose skill-set ticked a wide range of boxes in the craft. Once reporting adversities for different publications, they became great mates.