Category Archive: Video

Messages of Hope at the 7th Eastern Indonesia Forum Festival

  Visitors to UNFPA in Indonesia’s booth at the 7th Eastern Indonesia Forum Festival in Makassar from November 17-18, shared their hopes and aspirations for the country’s future youth generation. Take a look… Continue reading

Youth Decide, Unala Provide

Learning the basics of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) from a Hollywood film might not seem like the most conventional way to access facts about your body, but for some young Indonesians, this… Continue reading

Sahabat Anak Jamboree 2015

Sahabat Anak hosted its annual Jamboree for 600 marginalized children, with the theme of ‘I love my family’ on August 29-30 2015. Held at Buper Ragunan, Jakarta Selatan, the fun weekend was hosted… Continue reading

What Do Young People in Indonesia Want?

To commemorate International Youth Day 2015, UNFPA Indonesia asked a handful of youth about the issues that matter to them most. Take a look at the video I filmed, produced and edited, which… Continue reading

Harnessing Indonesia’s Demographic Dividend

Take a look at a video recap I edited and reported on from UNFPA Indonesia’s event on the country’s demographic dividend in April. The event was opened by Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla… Continue reading

Past, Present and Future

In honour of our fifth birthday, we took a dip into our archives to talk to three influential Indonesians who have previously graced The Peak – Anies Baswedan, Tigor Siahaan and Irwan Danny… Continue reading

Jokowi’s Army of Volunteers Not Letting Go of Their Cause

He attracted dedicated volunteers from across the country during his campaign, and now President-elect Joko Widodo is calling on his band of supporters to act as a watchdog once his policies roll out.

TVS News – Friday, August 3.

House fire at Ramsgate as Premier declares fire services strike as ”irresponsible”.

Here’s a video I edited using my smart phone. Leader photographer Jane Dyson and reporter David McCowen filmed footage on their smart phone and then sent it to me. I then edited the… Continue reading

Exhibition out to prove that girls have got what it takes

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN   It’s not often that you associate the word rodeo with a teenage girl.But that’s exactly what a Caringbah photographer is trying to highlight in a series of photos for… Continue reading

Crowds turn out in force for Anzac Day services

Record numbers of people attended Anzac Day dawn services in St George and Sutherland Shire this morning, particularly many families with young children, showing the enduring power of the Anzac legend. An estimated… Continue reading

TVS News Friday, April 20

Fans thrill to Goodrem

NOT even a sore throat could stop singer Delta Goodrem from performing and greeting her fans at Westfield Miranda on Wednesday afternoon.The judge on Channel Nine’s reality show The Voice came on stage at about… Continue reading

Arts and crafts are real Royal Show-stoppers

By SANDRA SIAGIAN   WHEN you think of a competition that measures excellence in agriculture, a southern Sydney competitor may not always spring to mind. But at the 2012 Sydney Royal Easter Show,… Continue reading

Dance crew want to be hip-hop’s world best

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN THEY haven’t been dancing together for long but these talented youngsters are already making an impact in the hip-hop scene.Meet Royal Knights – Jake, Kane and Drew of Revesby, Keanan… Continue reading

TVS News Friday, March 30.

Check out my broadcast debut with Television Sydney News.

”No stone unturned” says network boss

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN   THEY’VE pitched it as the ‘‘reality event of 2012’’ and a leaked video confirmed what some already knew The Shireis coming.Plugged as Australia’s answer to Jersey Shore, a US… Continue reading

Pink Ribbon Breakfast

Just a little something I put together for my lovely friend Ashlee who organised a Pink Ribbon breakfast to raise money for Breast Cancer in honour of her mum. Ashlee raised more than… Continue reading

DJ gets into the mix at first council-run dance party

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN 12 Apr, 2010 06:27 PM HIS first visit to an under-18s dance party led Jake Ribarovski to become a DJ. When the Blakehurst High School student saw a DJ perform… Continue reading

Leader 50th: Young people still support newspapers

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN   THERE has been much speculation about the future of newspapers, with suggestions that in decades to come, print editions may not exist.The Leader, which is celebrating its 50th year… Continue reading

Video Profile – Hailey Sutton

This video was part of an assesssment during my second year of my journalism degree at Wollongong University. I had to create a profile on someone from the university and produce a 60-second… Continue reading