Broadcast media professional working freelance with Australia's public broadcaster, the ABC in Sydney. I recently completed a DFAT-funded journalism scholarship to Indonesia where I worked as a producer and reporter for the public broadcaster.
I have worked in production and reporting roles for ...
At the age of 29, Winnie Li was living in London and enjoying a successful career as a film producer, working with film stars like Daniel Craig. She had been to the Oscars where a film she had helped to produce had been nominated. But in 2008, this all came to a halt. One Saturday afternoon, while hiking in Northern Ireland, she was raped. She says it is something she will never forget and the emotional impact stays with her. She told the BBC: "It was awful.
The idea for this article came to me on a Megabus on the way to Leeds from London; a five hour journey solo and without wifi (Lord have mercy), so it is only apt that I eventually get round to writing the article on another journey, although this time to Edinburgh, and thankfully not a Megabus. Whenever I decide to write something it is usually because it has become so blindingly obvious in everyday life that I can't stop thinking about it.
Workers who were involved in the response to the World Trade Center attack will not have their cancer treatments compensated under a program set up after September 11, according to a controversial decision released Tuesday by the World Trade Center Health Program.
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