Fact-checking online healthy food advice

As the number of social media influencers increases, especially in the field of giving nutritional advice, how can the average user know what’s true and false? Chelsea Byrne reports.

African Australians “demoralised” by bad press

Negative reporting on African Australians is undermining a sense of identity and misreporting of the so-called Apex gang reducing opportunities for youth, say community leaders. Donal Sheil reports.

Regulating opinion in Australia

An international study has found that Australia has the highest concentration of media ownership. Justin Currie-Smith explains media diversity and the massive influence of News Corp.


David Milner, editor of Game Informer

“As an editor, I just have to make sure content is good, I have to make it the best possible read. I need to make it worth paying for, that’s the real trick. People expect journalism for free now.”  David Milner, editor of Game Informer, talks to Donal Sheil.

Mel Evans, senior features writer for Australian Cosmopolitan

“The biggest thing I’ve learnt is that you should never have an expectation of what someone is going to be like before you interview them. You really have to go in there with an open mind. ” Mel Evans tells Alexandra Duffy about writing features for Australian Cosmopolitan .

Mitch Parker, features editor at Acclaim Magazine

“Every time someone tells me something there’s a little switch in the back of my head that’s like, ‘is that a story?’ and I don’t think that ever goes away. Well it hasn’t yet.” Mitch Parker, features editor at the men’s lifestyle Acclaim Magazine tells Adam Pereira about his commitment to the craft.


Laeta Crawford, editor at Newscorp Australia

“There is always a job out there. It’s just how persistent you are. To be a journalist you have to be persistent.” NewsCorp Australia editor Laeta Crawford talks to Brooke Grebert-Craig about her job.

Melina Sarris, journalist at Seven News

“Everyone’s got a story to tell and they might not have the means to tell it so we are their voice in a lot of cases.” Seven News journalist Melina Sarris talks to Kelly Masters about her work on TV.