W11 Prac: From ‘bad’ to ‘good’

Woman freed from under Brisbane train

A women was freed from under a train at Eagle Junction Train Station in Brisbane at 12.55pm.

After becoming trapped just after 12noon, four fire crews responded to the incident.

A spokesperson for the Queensland Ambulance Services said the women has been transported to the Royal Brisbane Hospital in a serious condition.

“The woman is currently conscious but has sustained lower leg injuries,” said the spokesperson.

Train services have been impacted with delays of up to 40 minutes being experiences on the Airport and Doomben lines.

For more information on the latest train delays, contact Queensland Rail: 1234 5678.

W11 Inquiry: An opportunity to consider what is ‘bad’

Through-out this term we have been guided through examples of what ‘good’ media writing looks like. I feel this has equipped me with some useful foundational tools. As we near the end of term we are now being provided the opportunity to look at some ‘bad’ examples of media writing – which is often humorous.

 This week we looked at a Courier Times piece >> http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/woman-stuck-under-train-at-eagle-junction-train-station-brisbane/news-story/3fdffc6978a2cb47b0461d1dbb1177ad

 I found the following problems with this piece: Continue reading “W11 Inquiry: An opportunity to consider what is ‘bad’”