Michelle Grattan is the political editor of The Age. In 2008, she shared the Melbourne Press Club Lifetime Achievement Award with Laurie Oakes. She edited the books 'Reconciliation' and 'Australian Prime Ministers' (2000), and wrote 'Back on the Wool Track' (2004).
Michelle Grattan Victorian bushwalkers warn that climate change will discourage walkers from venturing out.
Michelle Grattan Every Australian child will have the opportunity to study an Asian language by 2025 and all schools will engage with at least one counterpart in the region, under policies outlined in the...
Michelle Grattan America's ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich becomes a community champion for the 'No to Homophobia' campaign being run by Victorian gay rights groups.