Aussies get first gold

The Australian Uniroos have registered the first gold medal of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. It was Uniroo Samantha Mills who surprisingly claimed the honours of the inaugural gold medal on… Continue reading

Magnificent opening of the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan

The President of the Russian Federation Mr Vladimir Putin officially opened the 27th Summer Universiade in breathtaking style at the Kazan Arena last night. The magnitude of the opening ceremony had to be… Continue reading

TDTV_Kicking off in Kazan

TDTV is back on international turf, this time reporting on the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. The capital of the Tatarstan region has been brilliantly constructed into a sporting haven. This Universiade is… Continue reading

Kazan, Russia 2013 – Let the Games Begin

Kazan, Russia is almost unrecognisable compared to what it was five years ago. Why? It has been brilliantly constructed into a Russian Sporting capital in order to host the 27th Summer Universiade. The… Continue reading

Thomas Dullard_WIN News in Bendigo

Communication, communication and communication. That was the overwhelming message I received to carry forward if I am to pursue a career in TV journalism with a regional station at WIN News in Bendigo.… Continue reading

Andrew Walker – The Weekly Times

ANDREW Walker had the ability to climb on the backs of players long before he almost won the mark of the year in 2011. One of Cartton’s most influential players for season 2013, Walker… Continue reading

Blind Bowling by Thomas Dullard

Marilyn Luck was the 2013 Victorian Masters Sportsperson of the year. Amazingly, it was only when she went up to collect her trophy with her guide dog, did anyone know she was blind.… Continue reading

Asylum Seekers in Australia by Thomas Dullard

The Australian debate on asylum seekers is regularly focusing on boat arrivals and the negativity around refugees. Although refugees are not always welcomed to Australia, small towns can benefit from their arrival. Thomas… Continue reading

Seoul: “I wouldn’t change a thing”

I went to Seoul, South Korea with very little expectations. And the entire journey, from my professional development to my adventures, blew my mind, I wouldn’t change a thing. I managed to work… Continue reading

TDTV: An international episode from Seoul, South Korea

TDTV explores the goodness that Seoul, South Korea has to offer. Despite the endless misconceptions that surround Korea, it is actually a vibrant city with the perfect balance between tradition and technology.  TDTV… Continue reading