I’ve been up to a lot in the busy final months of my university degree.
Here are some links to the work I’ve done since July:
During November, I completed a one-week internship in the news section at The Melbourne Age.
While I worked on a larger project that never came to fruition, I landed three bylines for work done across the week.
“More than 200,000 citizens were not yet registered to vote in the final hours: numbers that could have been seriously influential.”
Profiles of those for and against the $17 billion toll tunnel.
“A group of great white sharks are reportedly engaged in a feeding frenzy on a whale carcass near a surf zone off St Andrews beach on the Mornington Peninsula.”
“MELBOURNE, Nov. 4 (Xinhua) — German raider Protectionist has won the 5.4 million-U.S. dollar Melbourne Cup after a stellar ride by English jockey Ryan Moore.”
A collaboration project by four J-schools to cover the 2014 Victorian state election.
The cost of waiting on Mernda’s rail extension is far more damaging than any burden of construction expenses now, writes Luke Costin.
“I don’t come from a Liberal voting family,” says Ozturk. “I didn’t know anyone in the Liberal Party.”
An online magazine run through La Trobe University
For the good of the team, Daniel Ricciardo must be promoted above Sebastian Vettel to number one in Red Bull’s driver hierarchy, writes Luke Costin.
The second coming of Casey Dellacqua is here to stay, writes Luke Costin.
Community television will suffer if shifted onto the internet, writes Luke Costin.
Port Adelaide was flying high seven weeks ago, but as Luke Costin writes, an inability to adapt to game day conditions has seen them nosedive.
As working patterns change, local footy clubs are struggling for support, writes Luke Costin.More available here: http://www.upstart.net.au/tag/luke-costin/
A smattering of Comm Games daily reports for upstart (that ceased when the host server crashed for a week)