Max Walsh, A Veteran Journalist Died After A Lengthy Struggle With Dementia

Max Walsh Death

Max Walsh, a journalist, died at the age of 84 after a lengthy struggle with dementia  Walsh, an Australian media veteran of more than fifty years, had a stellar career in print and television, working for Channel Nine, Seven, and ABC.

According to, In their obituary in Wednesday’s issue of The Australian, Maxine McKew, a politician and former ABC reporter, remarked, “We’ve lost one of the country’s most important and consequential journalists.”

Walsh was renowned as a unique mentor to up-and-coming journalists, according to McKew, who worked with him at the ABC on the Carleton-Walsh Report.

In the 1950s, Walsh began his career as a cadet journalist at Sydney’s Daily Mirror. Walsh rose through the ranks of the Australian Financial Review throughout the stormy 1960s, eventually being promoted to editor in 1974.

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