In 2011 and 2012 I volunteered at the world music festival WOMADelaide and as an On The Record deadline was looming it seemed a good opportunity for a story.
Every year WOMADelaide offers a free four-day pass to around 150 volunteers in return for some of their time during the long weekend. This especially appeals to young people who want to be part of this unique event without forking out almost $250 for a four-day ticket. Continue reading “Festival For Free”
This was a complicated article to write, as the deadline was before the Gold Coast was announced as Australia’s Sevens host city. This meant that most sources contacted couldn’t reveal much, changing my focus from the future to the game’s history in Adelaide.
Adelaide may have seen the last international-standard Rugby Sevens match for a while, with the city’s five-year contract to host a leg of the World Series at an end. Continue reading “Goodbye Rugby Sevens”
This was the major assignment of my Digital Journalism course.
Ultimate Frisbee is one of the fastest growing sports around the country, and UniSA graduate Christopher Davis has a major role in bringing the sport to more South Australians. Continue reading “Ultimate Frisbee In The Northern Suburbs”
This was written as part of an assignment in my second year of Journalism and International Studies at UniSA.
It’s pretty rough, but I think the use of a framing device works well to get the story across.
Behind a lectern Eli Murn cuts an impressive figure. Continue reading “A Second Life”