Category Archives: Video

Are Australian seniors fed-up with millennials?

Australian seniors think millennials are impolite and too politically correct, a new survey says. The Australian Seniors Insurance Council’s Modern Australian Manners report showed 88% of Australians over 50 think Australian society is too politically correct. The majority of seniors also said they find it frustrating to be politically correct all of the time, blaming their younger…

Live 2016 Victorian ATAR results coverage for The Age

Today, I had the opportunity to work with The Age for their ATAR results day coverage.  As part of the experience, I attended the press conference of Education Minister James Merlino, and interviewed a Year 12 student from Maribyrnong Secondary  College about her results. Here is the section of the live blog that I worked on with Education Reporter Timna…

Female staff still the minority in higher education

Professor Belinda Tynan has been working in the education sector for more than 30 years. “I’ve been in higher education since 1998,” Professor Tynan says. “Prior to that, I was in education but I was a school teacher. So I’ve worked across the full dimension.” In her 18 years working in tertiary education, Professor Tynan…

Memes put new spin on public artwork

  Reflection According to Bloomberg Technology, photo/video sharing app Snapchat recorded 150 million users per day in June 2016. While the platform was originally created to send ‘disappearing’ photos to others, Snapchat’s evolution over the last five years has encouraged more news organisations to use the app to tell lasting stories. The nature of the…

Video News Piece: ACL Injuries in Netballers

ACL tears account for 25% of all injuries in netball. So with 1.2 million people playing the game nationwide, Netball Australia has developed a new warm up program to prevent knee injuries. Here’s my video news report for RMIT’s City Journal. (This video news piece was created for RMIT University’s City Journal as part of…