“Brave journalism needs brave people to back it. You’ve got to have brave bosses who are willing to back you, and give you the luxury of time.” ABC journalist Rachael Brown talks with reporter Shelby Garlick about what led to her ground-breaking podcast investigation Trace.
Why do so many young Australians oppose an Australian republic? Shelby Garlick tackles that question as part of an innovative project to foster understanding between journalism students at Swinburne and Indonesia’s Universitas Multimedia Nusantara.
In his eighth year at the Melbourne show as a stunt bike rider, Brad Burch has recovered from serious injury, writes Shelby Garlick.
Men in remote areas are 2.6 times more likely to end their lives by suicide than those in metropolitan areas, according to a report by the Australian Institute for Health and Welfare. And country women are at risk too. Shelby Garlick reports.
Arts advocates big spending promises to attract science and technology students overlook the importance of the arts, writes Shelby Garlick.
A record number of Australians received a life-saving transplant in 2016 thanks to the kindness of over 500 organ donors. Organ donor recipient Rob Paturzo was…
Shelby Garlick reports live from the Melbourne marathon.
Shelby Garlick is at Melbourne Showgrounds where Melbourne’s biggest women’s networking event is currently under away.