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Growing up in the Soviet Union

Konstantin Sheiko moved to Wollongong in 2000 after experiencing the fall of the Soviet Union first hand. He returns to Russia every year at Christmas, but can’t seem to pull himself away from the beaches and simplicity of the Australian lifestyle. 16 more words

History

'Don't vote your an Idiot' Short Documentary

This is the short documentary I created as part of my course during my third year, for which I interviewed Heydon Prowse from ‘The Revolution Will be Televised’ and Labour MP Teresa Pearce at Westminster. 11 more words

Course

'Mind over Matter' Short documentary on Schizoaffective disorder

A co-produced documentary short, where I worked alongside my coursemates to produce a piece on how Mary Porter lives with schizo-affective disorder.

Course

Has Facebook's Instant Articles died prematurely?

I’ve written about Facebook’s Instant Articles several times because I was quite excited about it. However, that excitement was also laced with a little bit of skepticism from the content producer point of view. 120 more words

Journalism

Caribbean Tartan

The award-winning Costume Institute of the Diaspora takes us on a journey of symmetrical stripes from Scotland to Africa with a couple of detours.  We discover that Madras material in the Caribbean and Asia is derived from Tartan and is a legacy of colonialism.   28 more words

Plummeted Crown Raises Concern Amongst Norwegian Students

The Norwegian currency, the crown, drastically dropped last year from 8.5 crowns to 11.98 crowns against a pound and therefore, this has inconvenienced Norwegian students studying abroad. 150 more words

Journalism

Ethnic Minorities and Possible British Bill of Rights

This is a story based on the recent decision of the Conservatives planning to scrap the Human Rights Act and the impact this decision will have on the people it protects. 26 more words

Journalism