Sports journalist, commentator and master storyteller Ken Piesse is so mad about cricket, he carries a cricket ball in his pocket for cricket greats to sign.
Erin Riley shares her thoughts on tweeting, non-linear writing and forging a career path in Australian sports journalism.
The ability to write concisely is a vital skill in journalism. Test yourself with this quiz.
Julia Maurus discovers how co-biographers Julie and Marcus McSorley wrote the story of the strangest item ever posted.
Julia Maurus interviews Dr Cara Beal, a Research Fellow at Griffith University’s Smart Water Research Centre (a state-of-the-art research facility founded in 2009).
Never presume or guess the gender of the addressee. In one instance, I Googled the name of an intended addressee and found that the person identified as transgender. Rather than ‘Mr’ or ‘Ms’, I simply used the recipient’s first name and surname.
For the first time, I decided to try to cook every recipe in a cookbook. Could I actually achieve that, I wondered? How many times had I flicked through a cookbook thinking, ‘Oo, I’d love to make that one day,’ but had never got around to it?
Café owner Jeremy Dixon decided to create a cookbook to expand his healthy influence outside of the Auckland CBD. With recipes like Not Butter Chicken, Neat Loaf and Shepherdess Pie, his cookbooks will be an adventure for most.