Morag MacKinnon

Journalist, creative and corporate writer

Location icon Australia

As a breaking news reporter for the global press, I've covered everything from the Iraq War to the mysterious disappearance of MH370, whilst reporting for Reuters, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, Australian Associated Press and The Wall Street Journal.
Within the corporate sector and government, I've written and edited everything from board papers to annual reports; white papers to landing pages; stock exchange filings to content marketing and customer journeys, and almost everything in between.
Creatively, I've had the privilege of spending time interviewing interesting people with wicked tales and written about everything from wine to house design; sustainable seafood to travel guides; sailing the world for a living to what makes political figures tick.

CUA Digital Annual Report 2018
CUA takes personalised banking to Antarctica

Professor Dianne Jolley is one of around 2,000 CUA members participating in an iM CUA pilot that began in November 2017. As a researcher with the Australian Antarctic Science Program, Dianne Jolley’s work takes her literally to the far reaches of the planet. Watch how CUA went with her.

Crucial week for under-fire Australian PM after 'catastrophic' poll

PERTH, Australia (Reuters) - Australia's conservative Prime Minister Tony Abbott came under renewed leadership pressure on Sunday, a little over a year into office following a voter backlash in a state poll and a slump in his personal approval rating.

In Australia, seeds of Islamic radicalism sown early

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian government's focus on national security and the war on terror to tackle Islamic extremism, rather than social cohesion and inclusion, has helped create an environment for radicalized Muslim youth to emerge in disproportionate numbers, experts say.

Make Readiness Your Advantage - Virtual Data Rooms | Ansarada

Each New Year brings with it an opportunity to reflect and consider how your company and its potential have grown and changed over the course of the year. 2018 was a massive one for Ansarada; we raised $24m in capital in order to scale quickly and bring our very ambitious vision to life.

ABC News
Wreckage found in Thailand unlikely to be from MH370, experts say

Posted January 24, 2016 18:29:37 A piece of suspected plane wreckage found off southern Thailand is unlikely to belong to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which vanished nearly two years ago, experts say. A large piece of curved metal washed ashore in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, said Tanyapat Patthikongpan, head of the Pak Phanang district.

Fund's Liquidation Move Pressures James Hardie

SYDNEY -- The clock is ticking for building-products manufacturer James Hardie Industries NV after the fund it set up to pay compensation to asbestos disease victims filed papers Thursday to be placed in liquidation. The application for provisional liquidation by the Medical Research and Compensation Foundation was made because the fund's balance sheet "is decidedly sick," foundation Managing Director Dennis Cooper said.

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