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MARNY & MUNJEDThis is the remarkable story of two people who define courage and tenacity. Munjed Al Muderis was a young Iraqi doctor when he was forced to flee for his life from Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime. He got on a boat and came to Australia, spending ten months inside Curtin detention centre before being granted Australian citizenship. Today Munjed is an acclaimed orthopaedic surgeon changing the lives of amputees around the world. Marny Cringle is an Australian nurse who lost her leg in a horrific train accident 16 years ago. Now Munjed is attempting an incredible world-first surgery to help Marny walk again.I produced this story for Channel 7’s Sunday Night. The reporter was the legendary Chris Bath. Watch it here.

MARNY & MUNJED
This is the remarkable story of two people who define courage and tenacity. Munjed Al Muderis was a young Iraqi doctor when he was forced to flee for his life from Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime. He got on a boat and came to Australia, spending ten months inside Curtin detention centre before being granted Australian citizenship. Today Munjed is an acclaimed orthopaedic surgeon changing the lives of amputees around the world. Marny Cringle is an Australian nurse who lost her leg in a horrific train accident 16 years ago. Now Munjed is attempting an incredible world-first surgery to help Marny walk again.
I produced this story for Channel 7’s Sunday Night. The reporter was the legendary Chris Bath. Watch it here.

SINKHOLESIt’s the stuff of nightmares: That the earth can open up and swallow you alive. Sinkholes are sudden, catastrophic, and almost entirely unpredictable - and human activity is causing more of them than ever before. Watch my feature story for Channel 7’s SUNDAY NIGHT here. 

SINKHOLES
It’s the stuff of nightmares: That the earth can open up and swallow you alive. Sinkholes are sudden, catastrophic, and almost entirely unpredictable - and human activity is causing more of them than ever before. Watch my feature story for Channel 7’s SUNDAY NIGHT here

The very talented Tim Noonan won a Walkley Award for his camerawork on this story I produced on the spectacular and horrifying ship breaking yards of Bangladesh - Sunday Night's first ever Walkley Award.

The very talented Tim Noonan won a Walkley Award for his camerawork on this story I produced on the spectacular and horrifying ship breaking yards of Bangladesh - Sunday Night's first ever Walkley Award.

Proud to have been nominated for ‘Outstanding Investigative Reporting’ at the 2013 Kennedy Awards for Excellence in NSW Journalism, along with reporter Ross Coulthart, for our Channel 7 SUNDAY NIGHT story on the rape and subsequent jailing of Australian woman Alicia Gali.

Proud to have been nominated for ‘Outstanding Investigative Reporting’ at the 2013 Kennedy Awards for Excellence in NSW Journalism, along with reporter Ross Coulthart, for our Channel 7 SUNDAY NIGHT story on the rape and subsequent jailing of Australian woman Alicia Gali.

JESSICA MAUBOYI had the privilege of spending a week shooting a feature story on the one and only Jessica Mauboy for 7’s Sunday Night. She’s an inspiring, talented and lovely person.Watch it here.

JESSICA MAUBOY
I had the privilege of spending a week shooting a feature story on the one and only Jessica Mauboy for 7’s Sunday Night. She’s an inspiring, talented and lovely person.
Watch it here.

UAE JAIL ORDEAL: AN UPDATE
Another shocking case of a rape victim being sentenced to jail in the UAE recently came to light. Like Australian woman Alicia Gali, featured in our Sunday Night story earlier this year, Norwegian woman Marte Dalelv was on a work trip to Dubai in March when her drink was spiked and she was raped. When she went to police, she was convicted of sex outside marriage and sentenced to jail. We spoke to Marte, and she and Alicia shared an emotional phone call. Watch the story here. 
In a further update on Alicia’s situation, subsequent to our original story and the massive social media outcry, Starwood Hotels, Alicia’s employer at the time of her attack, have agreed to fund her medical treatment. 
“I want to say a big thank you to Sunday Night, their viewers and all of the people who supported me on social media, as well as the people who fought hard for me for this outcome right from the beginning – my family, especially my mum, and Michelle James and her team at Maurice Blackburn. It’s a huge relief that Starwood have now agreed to help me with my treatment, it’s going to make a big difference for me and my family in helping me to recover and to get my life back on track.”
- Alicia Gali

UAE JAIL ORDEAL: AN UPDATE

Another shocking case of a rape victim being sentenced to jail in the UAE recently came to light. Like Australian woman Alicia Gali, featured in our Sunday Night story earlier this year, Norwegian woman Marte Dalelv was on a work trip to Dubai in March when her drink was spiked and she was raped. When she went to police, she was convicted of sex outside marriage and sentenced to jail. We spoke to Marte, and she and Alicia shared an emotional phone call. Watch the story here

In a further update on Alicia’s situation, subsequent to our original story and the massive social media outcry, Starwood Hotels, Alicia’s employer at the time of her attack, have agreed to fund her medical treatment. 


“I want to say a big thank you to Sunday Night, their viewers and all of the people who supported me on social media, as well as the people who fought hard for me for this outcome right from the beginning – my family, especially my mum, and Michelle James and her team at Maurice Blackburn. It’s a huge relief that Starwood have now agreed to help me with my treatment, it’s going to make a big difference for me and my family in helping me to recover and to get my life back on track.”

- Alicia Gali