Tag Archive: RMIT

Tall Ship Sailing and Science_Radio report

Tall Ship sailing and science. Oosterschelde.mp3. Reporter: Thomas Dullard Presenter Intro: Tall Ships have long been connected to the world’s earliest stories of exploration. Remarkably, the science behind sailing with the wind and the water… Continue reading

The Russian World: We have lift off.

Any preconceived ideas of Russia being a dangerous or unaccommodating nation have been quashed during my experience at the 27th Summer Universiade in Kazan. I arrived to Russia with little to no knowledge… Continue reading

Catherine Skinner wins gold_TDTV

Catherine Skinner from RMIT in Melbourne Australia wins gold in the women’s trap shooting at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia. Originally from Mansfield, at the bottom of the Victorian Alpine Region,… 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

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

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

An Australian intern Abroad

A weird intern Australian Abroad. You would probably be well within your rights to think I was a bit of a weirdo to travel to Korea, a country I had never really known… Continue reading

The Whole Seoul Story

Part one of a two part memoir from my time in Seoul. This article is a more structured piece informing readers what Seoul and Korea is all about… The history, the people, the… Continue reading

Michael Hurley and Josh Jenkins talk with TDTV

Michael Hurley and Josh Jenkins are two AFL footballers who are close mates. Hurley is one of the biggest names at the Essendon Bombers, while Jenkins is paving his senior AFL career at… Continue reading

The farming fundamentals – A unique feature article on farming

(As submitted for an RMIT Journalism Advanced Print assignment) Three unique farmers help Thomas Dullard explore and explain modern day farming on the brink of harvest 2012.   There have been colossal changes… Continue reading