UQ in the South Burnett Reporters

Chelsea Clark

Chelsea Clark

Chelsea Clark is a third year journalism and communications student at the University of Queensland. Majoring in Digital Media, she has a strong interest in storytelling across various mediums including photography and video production. She has interned at a number of well known Brisbane organisations such as Brisbane Writer's Festival and Queensland Ballet. In her spare time she enjoys taking street and landscape photography and playing tennis.


Daisy Siddall

Daisy Siddall

Daisy Siddall is a fourth year journalism/arts student, majoring in international relations and english literature. Interests include: writing, politics, pub.


Dante Aloni

Dante Aloni

Dante is a Journalism and Communications student at the University of Queensland. Dante has writing and editing experience, as well as comprehensive Adobe production and R data analysis and visualisation skills. His interests include economic and social justice, digital media technologies, the NBA, and good books.


Makenna Baily

Makenna Baily

Makenna Baily is in her third year of Journalism/Arts at the University of Queensland, majoring in International Relations and Sports Studies. She has a background in biomedical science and is passionate about health and wellness. Makenna has developed her broadcast skills through her work with 102.9 Hot Tomato and aspires to one day work as a foreign correspondent.


Rachael Rosel

Rachael Rosel

Rachael Rosel is a third year Journalism and Arts student majoring in writing at University of Queensland. She is skilled in writing and passionate about uncovering the whole story. She currently works at Starts at 60 as a cadet journalist and spends her spare time enjoying a nice wine with her friends.


Ted Roker

Ted Roker

Ted Roker is a third-year journalism student at the University of Queensland. He covers topics ranging from sport to mental health and believes in respect and honesty. Ted has a radio show at community station 4ZZZ and interns at WIN News Toowoomba. His passions include playing cricket and eating cookies.


Richard Murray

Richard Murray

Richard Murray Research Fellow Lecturer in Journalism and Communication School of Communication and Arts University of Queensland