This radio documentary looks into the silent army of siblings of people with a disability. Their experiences are often not recognised even though they help care for the sibling throughout both of their lives. This is their story.
This documentary investigates why Samoa is marginalised in international rugby competitions, despite the incredible talent on the island.
This radio documentary investigates the impact that drought packages had on the foodbowl of South Australia – the Riverland.
What happens when a mining boom rips through regional communities? It’s not all good news, as this radio documentary investigates.
A radio documentary investigating the collapse of the International Rules football competition between Ireland and Australia.
Walk through the rugged and remote Flinders Ranges with this group of marginalised young people who are given a chance to start their lives anew.
Radio documentary on an innovative approach to tackling homelessness in South Australia
This is one of my Walkley Award stories on the Woomera Detention Centre riots in August 2000. I filed this story from the top of the town’s petrol station.