In completing my CAFF audio piece I learned a great deal about the realities of creating an audio piece in a real world environment. I learned how to prioritise my time more effectively then I’d previously been able to in other assessments. I planned out my story, angle and decided upon who I would interview in short space of time.
Ever dreamt of living forever? Well, you’re not alone.
It’s been one of the big dreams of humanity since… well forever. There’s something enticing about denying biological inevitability, casting off the shackles of death. Continue reading “Immortality Puzzle”
RESEARCH REPORT ON MORDIALLOC AREA
Catherine Smith, Louisa Cheatley, Stephen Smit, Anthony Furci
This political report is a summary and overview of the Mordialloc area. In this report, we will be exploring and giving a background to the area, as well as dissecting and exploring its councils, political regimes and local/state issues. We will be exploring the tiers of government and how politicians and councilors are represented in the area, and the different state and local issues that are faced.
Features and Storytelling Writing Exercises
Drug offences rise in Kingston
Drug offences in the Kingston area have risen by 12 per cent in the last year; the number of overall offences rose from 704 in 2015 to 789 to 2016 according to police data released by the Crime Statistic Agency.
Journalism, Law and Power Court Reportage Reflection
My court reports were to be published in the ‘Victoria News’ section of The Age, as this is the section where court reports are published. They are to be published the day after the proceedings are concluded, to allow the story to be as accurate and fair as possible.