Category Archives: Journalism

‘People will be disappointed’ – customers mourn delivery demise

Originally written for The Age/Sydney Morning Herald.  Running out of bread for her kids’ sandwiches led Miriam Mulcahy to Aussie Farmers Direct and its door-to-door delivery convenience. Having used the company for years she is now one of 100,000 registered

‘People will be disappointed’ – customers mourn delivery demise

Originally written for The Age/Sydney Morning Herald.  Running out of bread for her kids’ sandwiches led Miriam Mulcahy to Aussie Farmers Direct and its door-to-door delivery convenience. Having used the company for years she is now one of 100,000 registered

National Cyber and Encryption Agency’s Success Depends on Unity: Chairman Djoko Setiadi

Originally written for the Jakarta Globe.  Jakarta. The chairman of the National Cyber and Encryption Agency (BSSN), Djoko Setiadi, claimed the success of the agency depends on co-operation with the public and the government at a press event on Wednesday

National Cyber and Encryption Agency’s Success Depends on Unity: Chairman Djoko Setiadi

Originally written for the Jakarta Globe.  Jakarta. The chairman of the National Cyber and Encryption Agency (BSSN), Djoko Setiadi, claimed the success of the agency depends on co-operation with the public and the government at a press event on Wednesday

Indonesia’s Premiere Margarita Festival: A Celebration of Mixology

Originally written for the Jakarta Globe.  Jakarta. Indonesia’s first-ever margarita festival kicked off with a premiere event on Tuesday evening at Por Que No in Menteng. The festival, hosted by tequila brand Jose Cuervo, will run from the 12th to

Indonesia’s Premiere Margarita Festival: A Celebration of Mixology

Originally written for the Jakarta Globe.  Jakarta. Indonesia’s first-ever margarita festival kicked off with a premiere event on Tuesday evening at Por Que No in Menteng. The festival, hosted by tequila brand Jose Cuervo, will run from the 12th to

Indonesia Less Democratic After Jakarta Governor Race: Report

Originally written for the Jakarta Globe. Jakarta. Indonesia’s ranking in the 2017 Democracy Index, published on Wednesday (31/01) dropped 20 places to 68th, thanks to the highly divisive Jakarta gubernatorial election, the annual index’s publisher, the Economist Intelligence Units, or EIU, said. Last

Indonesia Less Democratic After Jakarta Governor Race: Report

Originally written for the Jakarta Globe. Jakarta. Indonesia’s ranking in the 2017 Democracy Index, published on Wednesday (31/01) dropped 20 places to 68th, thanks to the highly divisive Jakarta gubernatorial election, the annual index’s publisher, the Economist Intelligence Units, or EIU, said. Last

Living alone set to rise over 100 per cent in Melbourne by 2036

Originally written for City Journal. The population of wider Melbourne is set to grow by 51 per cent by 2036. No surprises there. However, by the same year, the amount of single-person households in the Melbourne area is projected to

Living alone set to rise over 100 per cent in Melbourne by 2036

Originally written for City Journal. The population of wider Melbourne is set to grow by 51 per cent by 2036. No surprises there. However, by the same year, the amount of single-person households in the Melbourne area is projected to

Tradies’ Mental Health – City Journal Video News Report

A report on the widely overlooked issue of tradies’ mental health for the June 2017 edition of City Journal News. 

Tradies’ Mental Health – City Journal Video News Report

A report on the widely overlooked issue of tradies’ mental health for the June 2017 edition of City Journal News. 

Melbourne’s music industry and mental health: the system is broken

I wrote a feature piece on mental health in Australia’s music industry – with a focus on the Melbourne scene – for Beat.

This was off the back of a report which showed that those in the Australian music industry are ten times more likely to suffer from anxiety and five times more likely to suffer from depression than the average person.

Melbourne’s music industry and mental health: the system is broken

I wrote a feature piece on mental health in Australia’s music industry – with a focus on the Melbourne scene – for Beat.

This was off the back of a report which showed that those in the Australian music industry are ten times more likely to suffer from anxiety and five times more likely to suffer from depression than the average person.