I am a Swiss journalist now based in Sydney. I love meeting new people and learning about novelties, and I also love what makes the news.
Australian Journalist Tiania Stevens has travelled the world as a news reporter. Her advice to journalism students: Don’t be afraid! Ask questions, even the hard ones. If you think something could be a story, it probably is. Be nosy. If you are in a pub, out walking, at a cafe, keep your eyes and ears open!
While full-time journalism gigs are in decline, creating content across the spectrum – online and in print – is the way to go, says multi-skilled content creator Grant Jones.
Jack Marx is a journalist and author, well-known for his Walkley Award-winning story ‘I was Russell Crowe’s stooge‘, and a controversial biography of legendary muso Stevie Wright. Q&A by Dylan Berg.
BY HARRY ASHFORD-COX @harryashford15 We all know the feeling … weak knees, butterflies in the tummy, an inability to think about anything or anyone but bae <3 Harry A-C has done some research to find the definitive list of what actually happens to us when we find true love. Your appearance matters Obviously when you […]
BY MAEGAN HAMILL @actualmaegy Practically everyone you know owns a car, right? The data in this map was compiled by the World Health Organisation between 2010 and 2014, and details the number of registered vehicles worldwide. Registered vehicles facts: Only seven per cent of the world’s population actually own a car Between 2010 and 2013 […]
Dave Faulkner is the singer/guitarist of legendary Australian band Hoodoo Gurus. He currently writes about music for The Saturday Paper. He chooses to write about alternative and relatively unheard of artists, introducing them to a broader audience. Two of his recent articles feature Melbourne post-punk act Gold Class and Newcastle producer Szymon. I had the pleasure of interviewing Dave this […]
Paola Totaro (@p_totaro) is an Australian freelance journalist living in London. She writes for numerous media organisations including Fairfax, News Corp, The Guardian, The Independent, the BBC and Tina Brown’s Women in the World in the New York Times. One of Paola’s powerful stories this year reveals the exploitation of immigrants working in the lucrative tomato industry in […]
Petersham TAFE’s Certificate IV class … sinking their teeth into journalism. Photo: Ed Brown BY AIDAN LAWSON Twenty students have just experienced their first two weeks at Petersham TAFE in Sydney and are almost a day through their third. The course is Certificate IV Screen and Media (Journalism) and it is for people “who […]