It has been fascinating watching citizen journalism develop at a time when all the tools for content creation and publication are in the public’s hands.
In the communities, you will hear people refer to themselves as black or white skinned. It’s generally not meant in a derogatory way, but simply as a straight-to-the-point way of speaking, common to the region.
Asking a question is like throwing a line into the sea of someone’s experience and hoping you’re going to reel in the big one.
Plus 5 more for each of the main interview types
Debra Barry thought the abuse she had routinely endured was normal until the age of 14.
Community spirit, education, innovation, productivity and regionalisation are among the top priorities to come out of a workshop of the Queensland Plan.
The chosen works creatively interpreted topics such as alcohol and drug addiction, bullying, depression, abuse, religion, culture and identity.
“We’re unashamedly a single issue party,” sayd Dr Philip Nitschke.
It was a day of tradition and celebration at the Pacific Unity Festival.
The ABC’s Dr Rachael Kohn will co-lead the International Symposium on Religion Journalism in October, hosted by Griffith University’s Multi-Faith Centre.