Category Archives: Journalism Student Podcasts

Call for foreign aid increase

LAST May 1,000 young people from all over Australia gathered in Canberra to call on the government to increase foreign aid to 0.7 percent of gross national income. As part of the “Make Poverty History Road Trip”, this group of … Continue reading

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Style Counsel and the world of fashion PR

By Lauren Garnet and Chloe Partikas DEAKIN University students were treated to a night of fashion and style at TheMediaPod’s September dinner on Monday 14. It was one of the most successful dinners so far, with 31 attendees and four … Continue reading

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Victoria’s Assisted Reproductive Treatment Bill

HAVING a child is a major part of most people’s lives, but for gay and lesbian couples it can often be difficult. Victoria’s Assisted Reproductive Treatment Bill has the power to change gay and lesbian rights. Since this video report … Continue reading

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Deakin Journalism students’ work

Deakin journalism students have been busy this year researching and creating current affairs stories for their ass buy cialis ignments in radio and television units. From this link you can listen to stories from four third-year students Phoebe Munro, Tineka … Continue reading

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Jokes in space

edToolbar() We live in a digital world. A modern age where almost anything you desire is a cheap cialis online mouse-click away: even a career in entertainment. Once, your typical garage band was confined to the garage and the occasional … Continue reading

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Travel flu

A new report finds that many Australians are avoiding overseas travel because they’re worried about bird flu. The business website TotalTravel.com says nearly 50 percent of those surveyed claim bird flu is affecting their travel plans. But other industry insiders … Continue reading

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Animal experiments

Recent statistics reveal an increase in the number of animals being used for experiments across Australia. As a result, scientists are coming under pressure to look for alternatives. Deakin University student Emma Wilkins visited a laboratory in Victoria that is … Continue reading

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Cold Medicine Register

Tough new restrictions will change the way we treat the common cold this winter. The sale of cold and flu medications, containing the drug Pseudoephedrine, will be monitored by a system designed to stamp out illicit use of the drug. … Continue reading

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Country youth

Many country towns are struggling to keep young adults from leaving regional Victoria. If they do choose to stay it is usually because of family, friends, or specific educational opportunites or career paths. Now, as Uschi Steedman discovers, sport is … Continue reading

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