Tennis Australia – December Showdown

I have spent the last five days in Melbourne at Tennis HQ, during Australia’s biggest junior tournament. During my week of work experience, I wrote a number of articles for that I wanted to share.  Below are a number of ‘wrap-ups’ I wrote during my time with Tennis Australia’s media and publicity team. BEREZOV, SACH CROWNED 16/U CHAMPIONS BEREZOV, GADECKI TO CLASH IN 16/U … Continue reading Tennis Australia – December Showdown

Ararat Council Crisis

Residents of the Ararat community are furious over Mayor Glenda McLean’s position on council after she went walkabout, starting a full-time job interstate. A motion of no confidence towards Mayor Glenda McLean was carried at Tuesday’s meeting along with a majority vote for her to resign. McLean has been making headlines throughout the last week after she mysteriously vanished from the Ararat area. She was later … Continue reading Ararat Council Crisis

One Political Mess

Politicians have become very unpolitical in our current era; they seem more concerned about their personal lives than national issues. We have spent the last month listening to more and more allegations emerge against a number of our politicians. I thought we had heard everything about the leaders of our country until we were delivered with details of their sexual relationships. At this point, in … Continue reading One Political Mess