Media Articles

 
 

Pilliga Rising highlights heartfelt stories and historical alliances (Coonamble Times)

The film immersed the audience in the local landscape and put the spotlight on just four of the voices of opposition to the Narrabri Gas Project…


People rising to force action from the top - Mark Pearce (ITNJ)

The Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse echoes through the echelons of society and is changing perceptions…


Australia: Nature needs you - Mark Pearce (Australian Independent Media Network)

From Australia’s last great wilderness in the Kimberley (Western Australia), to the Pilliga woodland of New South Wales, and the towering rainforests of Tasmania and Victoria, we are all connected to this country in one-way or another…


Numbers shrinking for Tasmania’s weird but much loved lobster (The Guardian)

Federal government calls for more areas to be placed in reserve to protect the huge crayfish…

Pilliga Rising: doco follows the fight of four locals against CSG (Northern Daily Leader)

A NEW documentary has been released that follows the journey of four community members from the North West, as they fight against the proposed Santos gasfield in the Pilliga forest…


The devil in the details - Mark Pearce (New Earth Media)

Media corporations create stories to be intermediaries between the powers-that-be and the people…


Bombshell Beaumont testimony set to shock the world - Mark Pearce (ITNJ)

From the high profile case of the ‘Missing Beaumont Children’ to the infamous ‘Mullighan Report,’ Rachel Vaughan steps forward with a raw witness account, exposing the horrors of murderous child sex abuse rings in Australia…


The Golden Tree Festival (The Wall Street International)

For its premiere in Germany is the wild life documentary A gentle giant by Mark Pearce. It takes us to Australia to meet Todd Walsh, the lobster man…

How many journos does it take to run the News Corp Indigenous smear machine - Mark Pearce (Independent Australia)

In the age of media restructures and budget cuts, apparently it takes not one, not two, but three journalists to undertake the reporting and writing of a two-hour event…


The beer that could save the Tasmanian freshwater lobster (Australian Geographic)

The vulnerable Tasmanian freshwater lobster, threatened by land clearing could be saved by a crowdfunding campaign…


Fears for Tasmanian giant freshwater lobster (ABC)

There are concerns about the future of Tasmania’s giant freshwater lobster population…