Charisse Lewington

Freelance Journalist

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Portfolio

2010 Leading Business Professionals Dalby Herald Newspaper

Dalby Herald
2010
Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman franchisee Ian Brassett joined the international retail giant in July...

Dalby Herald
2010
Your local garden centre

Since opening their nursery in January this year, the pair have been providing Dalby with the..

Dalby Herald
2010
Book City becomes Collins Booksellers

Your local bookstore will be having a change of name in the next couple of months says Book City business owners Wendy and Graeme Sutton..

Dalby Herald
2010
Meet the friendly pharmacists

David has been working at FSD for two years.. "I believe a good leader has to demonstrate commitments for work," he said.

Dalby Herald
2010
MacNellie's Workplace Safety

MacNellie's Workplace Safety offers a diverse and wide range of services that enable businesses to meet increasingly stringent workplace...

Dalby Herald
2010
Holistic Health the Strong Way

Dan Strong, your local chiropractor at Dalby's Chiropractic's Clinic has a different approach when dealing with...

Dalby Herald
2010
Clock man fixes pieces of time

Walking into this unique store located across from Dalby Shopping World you will find yourself stepping back in time.

News Journalism

WIN News - Sunshine Coast
2009
Bike Donation

Local motocross riders did a lap on the dirt track to pay tribute to Daniel..

WIN News - Sunshine Coast
2009
Lotto Winner

Someone is out celebrating tonight, with a million dollar cheque, he didn't know he had.

WIN News - Sunshine Coast
2009
Hay Sale

The smiling cane bales that made headlines around Australia last month have been sold to raise money for charity.

WIN News - Sunshine Coast
2009
Lifeguard Jetski

Lifeguards will be better equipped this summer with the addition of three brand new jet skis.

WIN News - Sunshine Coast
2009
Lifesavers Blood

The Australian Red Cross has launched its annual "Lifesavers Challenge".

WIN News - Sunshine Coast
2009
Noosa River

The Noosa Residents and Ratepayers Association is encouraging the local community to work together and find a solution for the Noosa River.

WIN News - Toowoomba
2009
Builders award

Arden Vale Homes won the Master Builders Display Home of The Year announce last night in Brisbane..

WIN News - Toowoomba
2009
School of the day

Now onto the School of the Day segment..

WIN News - Toowoomba
2009
Glennie Mag

Toowoomba’s Glennie School has officially launched a new women’s magazine spreading a positive message to girls.

WIN News - Toowoomba
2009
Relay for Life

Celebrating its Anniversary this year, Relay for Life has supported cancer survivors and sufferers for twenty-five years.

WIN News - Toowoomba
2009
Easter Festival

Toowoomba’s Easterfest is officially underway with the launch of a promotional Kombi van that will travel the State, spreading the word about the annual event.

WIN News - Toowoomba
2009
Wishing Tree

Kmart launched its 22nd anniversary of Christmas Giving..

Print Journalism

Toowoomba Chronicle
2009
Chipmunks turn on charm

THE highlight of the July school holidays for five-year-old Bodie Black was meeting the chipmunks at Grand Central.

Toowoomba Chronicle
2009
A Touch of Toowoomba

A Touch of Toowoomba includes a snapshot from our region and talking to some of the people who live here.

Radio Journalism Online

Radio Journalism Online
2008
Happy hours ban | Radio Journalism Online

A TOOWOOMBA bar manager says plans to ban happy hours will encourage people to buy alcohol and stay at home to drink it. The USQ club’s GEOFFREY KOWITZ says his club has happy hours on WEDNESDAY nights and on FRIDAYs from four to six. Mr KOWITZ says if the ban goes ahead, he will lose…

Radio Journalism Online
2008
Sawmill jobs | Radio Journalism Online

The member for NANANGO … DOROTHY PRATT … says up to 500 more jobs could be at risk in the timber industry as a result of the STATE Government’s taxes. Thirty-five workers were sacked from the YARRAMAN sawmill last week … after the government increased royalties by 14.79 per cent.

Radio Journalism Online
2008
USQ AFL | Radio Journalism Online

In AFL, the coach of USQ’S COUGARS says four players are out this weekend. TONY BULLEN (pro: BUL-LEN) says the team has lost captain MATTHEW BUSUTTIL (pro: buz-it-ill) to injury … and three other players aren’t available. Click to hear CHARISSE LEWINGTON's report. TRANSCRIPT: COUGARS have defeated COOLAROO twice this year. TONY BULLEN says even…

Radio Journalism Online
2008
Frozen Meals | Radio Journalism Online

The manager of a TOOWOOMBA retirement village says the type of food offered at nursing homes can affect how people over the age of 50 choose to retire. GARY STEGART says most residents at the BRIDGE Street RESORT would prefer to have fresh meals rather than frozen ones. Click to hear CHARISSE LEWINGTON's report. TRANSCRIPT:…

Radio Journalism Online
2008
Rob Berry | Radio Journalism Online

Rob Berry has lived in Toowoomba for 28 years and is a land valuer. He says recycled water is one of the biggest issues facing the new council and its community. Rob Berry speaks with Charisse Lewi...

Radio Journalism Online
2008
Annette Frizzell | Radio Journalism Online

Annette Frizzell was elected to the Jondaryan Shire Council in 1997. She and her husband run the Oakey Boarding Kennels. She says water is the biggest issue facing the new council and its community. Annette Frizzell speaks with Charisse Lewington. Interview with Annette Frizzell

Radio Journalism Online
2008
Snow Manners | Radio Journalism Online

Snow Manners was elected to the Toowoomba City Council in a by-election in 2006. He holds a Bachelor of Economics and is an Associate of the Australian Property Institute. He says his goal for the ...