Media Makers – young Darwin Journalists report for GRINDonline!

Friday, 25 January | One Comment

Jellyfish Safety During the Wet

Darwin’s young journalists, Leah Beissel, Will Anstey, Joyce Akena and Monica Thomas report on keeping jellyfish safe at Darwin beaches this wet season. Interviewing CEO of Surf Life Saving NT Tony Snelling, Jellyfish Expert Professor Bart Currie and little Bradley who was stung at a Darwin beach. You may think twice next time you are tempted to wade into the water at Darwin’s pristine beaches. Remember… looks can kill’.


Are You Prepared for a Cyclone?

Darwin’s young  journalists Lionel Lai, Katherine Hayman, Luciana Susanto, Tate Zanner, Naomi Biessel  look at the Territorinas perception of cyclones. With interviews from Cyclone Tracy survivors Rob Howard & Gary Haslett, NT Emergency Services Public  Education Officer Jo Stephens, and Climatologist at the Bureau of Meteorology  Joel Lisonbee, you’ll be asking yourself “am I  prepared for a cyclone?”


Darwin’s Music Scene

Darwin’s young journalists Phoebe Robinson Mo Adigun, Tyra Thompson, Jeremy De Guzman and Harrison Cable get the low down on Darwin’s expanding  music scene. With interviews with the manager of Happy Yess Dan Davies, young local bands We Burn Bridges and Indica Sunrise. its easy to see there is neither a  shortage of young musical talent or optimism  about the future of music and music venues in Darwin!

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One Response to “Media Makers – young Darwin Journalists report for GRINDonline!”

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    AHHH this was so much fun!! :D I got so much out of this and I want to encourage any young people around Darwin who are interested in journalism, camera work, editing or anyone who’s simply motivated to get themselves involved – GET ON IT! :D

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