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NATALIE HESLOP

Journalist & Creative

 
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MY BIO

I am a curious and proactive Journalist, who is passionate about the future of online storytelling.  


I look forward to unraveling more stories of interest to a wider audience while I study a Bachelor of Communications - Journalism at RMIT and also continue expressing my joy in performance and mixed media art.

Thank you for visiting my website.

 

ARTICLES

My experience as a journalist has allowed me to produce fact-supported, interesting copy. Have a look at some of my favorite articles below and let me know what you think.

Dr. Jo Zimpel

May 27 2022

Attending the Tech Diversity Awards with nominee, Dr. Jo Zimpel CEO of Stem Hub start up.

September 2020

Vicki Nicola offers insight into Melbourne Fashion with information relating to recycled and sustainable fashion. The seeds of hope for local textile manufacturing have been planted. Click the link to tune in.


https://soundcloud.com/melbournefashion/podcast-3-vicki-nicola-it-starts-with-education

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Bookshelf

November 3, 2021

A decision has been made to abolish all City of Melbourne library fines.


Councillor Jamal Hakim resolved the fine issue at the latest City of Melbourne Committee meeting on 27 April 2021 after a a community member raised concerns towards the impact of library fines.

January 12, 2023

An article I produced for the Toorak Times covering a Polo charity event held in Geelong, 2015.

http://www.tooraktimes.com.au/62520-big-hit-polo-ball

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Bookshelves

Wednesday 3, November

The recent City of Melbourne abolishment of library fines has been regarded as a victory by most locals but for Martin, a 75 year old Melbourne City resident said, “the abolishment of library fines is not enough, a reform of borrowing should be extended to having books delivered to elderly residents.”