Tom Hungerford - Journalism

Journalism

After the war, Hungerford was a press secretary for Billy Hughes for three weeks. Upon leaving Hungerford wrote to Hughes: "I will never work for you again. I'd rather go to bed with a sabre-toothed tiger". He then joined the Australia News and Information Bureau, and afterwards was a freelancer. He later worked as a press secretary to Western Australian Premiers John Tonkin and Sir Charles Court.

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