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Tayla O'Brien

Tayla O'Brien

Upcoming journalist hoping to make a difference in the world. Follow me on twitter @taylaobrien13.

How safe are you online?

Last month it was revealed that more than 50 million Facebook users’ data was accessed by political data firm Cambridge Analytica, and used to create targeted content with the purpose of influencing major political events, including the US election and

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PHOTO ESSAY: Anzac Day dawn service

Yesterday the country united, attending services, ceremonies and marches for Anzac Day, a day of remembrance and commemoration for all the men and women who have served our country.

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Music Festivals: A ripper time or a rip-off?

The country has been buzzing since the Splendour in the Grass line-up was unveiled last Wednesday, with tickets selling out in less than half an hour this morning.

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Charity hoping small steps will lead to big strides

You may have seen them powering through the streets of your suburb in their bright yellow shirts, but what exactly were they walking for?

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Paying the price to stay at home

More adult children are living at home but Hatch reporter Tayla O’Brien found not all agree with paying board.

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BREAKING NEWS: Deputy PM Disqualified

The High Court has just handed down its landmark decision on whether seven of Australia’s leading politicians breached the Constitution.

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The Citizenship Seven: what you need to know

The fate of seven of Australia’s most senior politicians is currently in the hands of the High Court.

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Saville says flexibility the key to journalism longevity

“Whatever you do just create every day,” best-selling author and journalist Margot Saville told Macleay College journalism students on Wednesday.

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Craig Reucassel ‘checks out’ Macleay College

Craig Reucassel has taken some pretty big risks in his career.

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