I have been working as a journalist in Australia for more than a decade. Over my years in the industry I have covered a variety of beats and industry sectors in a bunch of different roles. Here are some links to some articles representing the breadth of my experience.
‘A day for celebrating life’: Thousands turn up for Mother’s Day Classic
The New Daily, May 14, 2017
While many of us were snuggled in our beds on a frosty autumn morning on Sunday, 100,000 people all over the country gathered to walk and run, raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research with the 20th annual Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic.
Budget 2017: The ‘Avocado Tax’ and more weird measures
The New Daily, May 10, 2017
You could be forgiven for thinking it was Opposite Month. Bill Shorten rolled out a righty, protectionist ‘Australian’s first’ ad on Monday; and now the Coalition government has handed down a decidedly lefty budget – by their standards anyway.
The cutting edge: What you can do with a 3D printer
The New Daily, March 4, 2017
3D printing has taken leaps and bounds in the past decade often under the radar of the general public.
No recession, but the GDP measure still hurts you
The New Daily, March 1, 2017
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as a measure of our nation’s success is broken and needs to be completely re-thought, an expert has warned.
ASIC seeks AI solution as sharemarkets rattled by Facebook fake news fears
The Australian Financial Review, December 12, 2016
Australian Securities and Investments Commission chairman Greg Medcraft has said its new artificial intelligence software will be targeted at rooting out fake news on social media, as concerns rise that it is already being used to manipulate the sharemarket.
How to decide if crowdfunding is right for your business
Business Insider, December 12, 2016
Crowdfunded capital could prove a life-saver for a new company, but how do you know if crowdfunding is right for your business?
Car buyers warned: be wary after BMW scandal
The New Daily, December 12, 2016
Australians need to be alert when signing up for car finance deals that benefit salesmen more than buyers, experts have warned.
The Walkley Magazine, December 2016
In a world where self-promotion and social media celebrity have become a necessity for journalists to maintain their careers, what is happening to our quiet achievers?
Don’t be the food police to your child
Kidspot, 2015 Your child’s relationship with food often goes hand in hand with their body image. If they feel bad about what they’re eating, chances are they feel body about the way the look (and vice versa). Here’s how you can help them navigate these feelings without becoming the dreaded food police.
Embrace ‘perfect capitalism’ or face disaster, physicist predicts
The Australian Financial Review, April 14, 2014
One of the world’s leading scientific thinkers has warned Australia it must shift its focus away from mining and manufacturing and prepare for an era of technology-led “perfect capitalism” if it is to avoid economic disaster.
NETT Magazine, June 7, 2011
Managing a business is a complex juggling act. The trick is learning to give yourself a break without sacrificing results.
War looms for online TV market
The Australian Financial Review, February 15, 2011
A battle is brewing between internet-focused broadcasters and traditional TV networks as US studios seek to cash in on a growing online audience.