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Mass dieback

Seven News, June 2017

Mangrove researchers are worried after discovering cyclone damage and possible oil spills along the Cape York coastline.

Murray Street murder charges dropped

Seven News, May 201

The woman charged with killing eight children in the horrific Murray Street tragedy more than two years ago won’t face a criminal trial.

7 News Investigation: Stolen Firearms

Seven News, April 2017

The number of guns falling into the hands of criminals is rising.

Sky’s the limit for Bellenden Ker

Seven News, March 2017

Babinda residents are campaigning to create a tourist attraction on top of Queensland’s second highest mountain.

Cairns residents swelter through heatwave

Seven News, March 2017

Heavy floods associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie may have missed Cairns, but the city is instead suffering through some of the hottest temperatures of the year.

Residents urged to get ready for cyclone

Seven News, March 2017

Authorities are warning Far North residents to prepare their homes for a cyclone event.

Breastfeeding protest

Seven News, March 2017

A Port Douglas woman speaks out after a Kmart employee asked her to cover up or leave the store because she was breastfeeding.

Solar farm project begins at Kidston

Seven News, February 2017

Sod turning marks the start of construction on a solar farm in the former gold mining town of Kidston.

Cold Case: Woman charged over baby death

Seven News, January 2017

Cold case breakthrough: A 43-year-old woman has been charged with the death of a baby boy two decades ago in Cairns.

Gas explosion leaves man in induced coma

Seven News, January 2017

A man, who police suspect deliberately lit a gas explosion inside his mother’s home, is in hospital in an induced coma

Man survives his second shark attack

Seven News, January 2017

A 55-year-old diver who miraculously survived a shark attack in the Torres Strait shares his ordeal.

Flooding hits the Far North

Seven News, January 2017

Hundreds of millimetres of rain fell across the Far North over the past couple of days. Innisfail and Tully were among the hardest hit.

Calls for One Nation candidate to resign over controversial blog post

Seven News, January 2017

One Nation candidate for Mulgrave, Peter Rogers, has come under fire for a blog post on his website that claimed the Port Arthur massacre as a hoax.

Inspiring others after skydiving crash

Seven News, January 2017

Cairns man Jonas Lutke became a partial quadriplegic after a tragic skydiving accident, but he won’t let his injuries stop him from living life.

Angels of the Sky

Seven News, January 2017

Cairns-based pilot Hew Mills is one of Angel Flight’s ‘sky angels’. He transports sick rural patients to hospitals across the country for free.

Driver sentenced over crash which killed his mate

Seven News, November 2016

A Cairns man has been jailed for eight years over a crash which killed his close mate.

No time for Racism

Seven News, October 2016

A Cairns business is taking a stand against racism, after a customer refused to be served by a staff member because of the colour of her skin.

Rwandan genocide survivors reunited in Cairns

WIN News, June 2016

A survivor of the Rwandan genocide shares his amazing journey about how he was reunited with his birth mum by complete coincidence several years after the two were separated during the 1994 war.

Prime Minister’s election sweeteners for Cairns

WIN News, June 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has visited the Far North for a second time in as many months, as the LNP leader tries to impress voters ahead of next month’s federal election.

Ravenshoe marks one year anniversary of cafe blast

WIN News, June 2016

The Ravenshoe community has marked the one year anniversary of the devastating cafe explosion, which killed two people and injured 20 more

Cairns man jailed for stealing $250,000

WIN News, May 2016

A former manager of a Cairns tyre company has been sentenced to 2½ years in jail for stealing almost $250,000 from his employers.

Medicinal cannabis hope for schoolgirl with epilepsy

WIN News, October 30, 2015

An Albury mother whose daughter suffers from more than a dozen epileptic seizures a day, has spoken of her hope that medicinal cannabis can ease her pain.

Bowe Maddigan appears in court

WIN News, October 29, 2015

A Mildura man faced court today, charged with the rape and murder of Wangaratta schoolgirl, Zoe Buttigieg.

Man dead, another with critical injuries after Hume Freeway crash

WIN News, October 22, 2015

A motorist has been killed, while another has been left fighting for his life in hospital, after a crash near Springhurst overnight.

Corowa toddler lives with rare condition, Heterotaxy

WIN News, October 5, 2015

The mother of a Corowa toddler with a rare condition is raising funds to help other affected families.

Burrumbuttock storm aftermath

WIN News, July 13, 2015

The weekend’s wild weather has caused cars to slide off icy roads across North East Victoria.

Across the border, storms damaged properties and blocked roads, with the clean up for some families expected to take months.


Silvers Circus arrives on the Border

WIN News, July 8, 2015

One of Australia’s most famous circuses has rolled into Wodonga, for the first time in a decade.

South America – Peru, Argentina & Brazil

A video I made during my trip to Peru, Argentina & Brazil in 2014. An incredible experience!

The Great Warrandyte Cook-up: Warrandyte Cafe

Warrandyte Diary, September 2014
Warrandyte Cafe owner, Tammy Cromwell, talks to the Diary about her four-legged customers.

The Great Warrandyte Cook-up: Cocoa Moon

Warrandyte Diary, August 2014
Andres from Cocoa Moon cafe explains some of the subtle differences between high quality and commercial chocolate.

Quinoa in Peru increasingly only for the wealthy

Quinoa was once a staple food for ancient civilizations in the Andes and other parts of South America. Today the highly nutritious plant is a popular choice around the world, including in Australia.

However, growing international demand has led to the price of quinoa in Peru nearly doubling in the last year.

Thank You campaign

One Girl, December 2013

Did you know that more than 60 million girls around the world don’t attend school and that more than half of the world’s girls are illiterate?


Running raw around Australia for charity

Our World Today, August 9, 2012 

Age is no barrier to one over 60s raw vegan couple who plan to run a marathon a day for a whole year.


Within our grasp

Our World Today, April 12, 2012
Would you believe it if someone told you that within a decade Australia could be powered by 100 per cent renewable energy?


Adopt an Orangutan today

Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia website, October 2011
A promotional video I put together for BOS Australia. This is a very worthy cause and you can help by simply adopting an orangutan today!


Life and death after the racetrack

University video journalism current affairs assignment, October 2011
Two-thirds of the horses bred for Victoria’s racing industry are retired from racing before their career even begins. But what happens to those horses that are deemed unsuitable for a racing career?


Jumps horse death sparks calls for immediate ban

University video journalism assignment, September 2011
The beginning of the Grand National Steeplechase was off to a bad start with yet another horse killed during a jumps race, bringing the total number of jumps horse deaths this year to 10. The fall and death of six-year-old Fergus McIver sparked outrage among protestors who were rallying outside the racecourse to ban the controversial sport.


Young people and volunteering

SYN Media
Volunteers at SYN Media put together four short films for the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria about young people and volunteering.


Getting fit for charity with zumba

University online journalism assignment
Local Zumba instructors are inspiring locals to keep fit while raising thousands for New Zealand and Japan natural disaster victims.


Warrandyte at risk of bushfires

University video assignment, September 2010
A change in wind direction was the only thing that stopped the north-eastern suburb of Warrandyte from the Black Saturday fires. Now residents fear current bushfire emergency plans and limited escape routes will compromise their safety this upcoming summer…