The war against boredom The coronavirus pandemic has brought much pain to the world in the past months. People are dying. Doctors, nurses, and all medical professionals are risking lives like fighters in the battlefield […]
During COVID-19, more and more people are considering a pet. The general argument: time and companionship. However, the heightened interest has led to worries for shelters and breeders about the impact of COVID-19. What happens to these […]
In an ironic twist, the internet has accommodated for a sharp rise in the uptake of more ‘analogue’ style hobbies, as the pressure to preserve the mental health of Australians increased over the coronavirus lockdown […]
Warning: The following contains information about eating disorders which may affect vulnerable readers.
Two months into the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, Jess Sheely says the most challenging aspect of this period has been being physically apart from friends and family. “There’s something about seeing people in person, being able […]
Story topic & Angle My news story is focusing on people’s social needs during social distancing in the background of the worldwide padameic of COVID-19. Social needs become a much more serious issue when people […]
With the advent of COVID-19 and the continuing self-isolation to contain the spread, mental health issues have become a widely discussed topic in the media and with it the benefits of animals and pets for […]
Warning: The following contains information about eating disorders which may affect vulnerable readers. I would like to write a feature story that explores how people struggling with eating disorders have been coping during self-isolation. COVID-19 […]
I interviewed Clancy Micale on her favourite place to visit and also found out what she’s been up to during self-isolation.