2019 MEDIA 

Women’s Agenda, 2nd December 2019

In the days after Loren O’Keeffe’s brother disappeared in July 2011, she frantically reached out to Geelong police seeking guidance on what to do.

ABC News, 30th November 2019

It is a cruel story: a young man on the brink of adulthood having the time of his life, travelling the globe before starting university, the world at his feet in every sense.

The Heartbreaking Reality Of Grieving A Missing Loved One With No Closure

10 Daily, 15th November 2019

Naz Woldemichael turned 23 this week but instead of celebrating, his family are dealing with an intense lack of closure three years on from his disappearance.

Campaign Brief, 11th November 2019

The Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN) has launched a powerful new campaign specifically addressing ‘ambiguous loss’, a unique form of grief suffered by the more than a quarter of a million Australians who make up the family and friends of long-term missing people.

Mumbrella, 11th November 2019

The Missing Persons Advocacy Network’s (MPAN) latest campaign focuses on ‘ambiguous loss’, the kind of grief suffered by the family and friends – more than 250,000 of them in Australia – of long-term missing people.

ABC News, 10th November 2019

Dozens of missing person cold cases are finally being examined by a WA coroner, thanks to a funding boost aimed at clearing up a backlog of police files dating back to the 1960s.

Womens Agenda, 16th September 2019

Women’s Agenda announced the winners of the 7th annual Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards at a lunch ceremony in Sydney on Friday, acknowledging the game changers, agenda setters and household names of tomorrow.

Echo, 16th September 2019

Hundreds gathered in Byron Bay last night to remind the community that Théo Hayez is still missing and that his family and friends and dozens of volunteers have not given up the search.

Echo, 6th September 2019

Locals will join family members of missing Belgian backpacker Théo Hayez for a sunset gathering to bring awareness to his disappearance on September 15.

Womens Agenda, 12th August 2019

Drumroll… The finalists of the 2019 Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards have been announced today, showcasing the household leadership names of tomorrow, along with the women making change happen now.

Out In Perth, 11th August 2019

This week it’s four years since Rigby Fielding’s family heard from him.

ABC, 10th August 2019

If you ever find yourself driving through Cadell, a town of 548 people in South Australia’s Riverland (about two and a quarter hours north-east of Adelaide), you are likely to pass Barnett’s General Store.

Blue Mountains Gazette, 9th August 2019

Another year has gone by and still Peter Harris has no idea what happened to his partner of 28 years Paul Rushworth.

ABC, 9th August 2019

It was a highly emotional moment when Di and Jock Chambers first laid eyes on the smiling face of their 21-year-old son, Ryan.

The Leader, 8th August 2019

Coffee is getting creative at Heathcote, in the hope the arty cups will jog someone’s memory.

ABC, 7th August 2019

Martyn Tann, who vanished after visiting Mullaloo Beach in 2013, features in a simple but inventive campaign that’s come to WA for the first time this year.

The West Australian, 6th August 2019

Billed as the “modern day milk cartons”, the faces and stories of eight missing Australians will be handed out at cafes across the country this week in a bid to help solve their disappearances.

The Sydney Morning Herald, 2nd August 2019

It’s been three years since Tej Chitnis went missing and the pain hasn’t eased for his parents, Jayant and Reva.

ABC, 1st August 2019

More than 38,000 people are reported missing in Australia each year.

The Partae, 29th July 2019

Jess Ribeiro is undoubtedly one of this country’s most gifted and enigmatic songwriters, a master of genre, nonchalance, double-entendre, intuition and melody – all of which is present on her new track ‘Wildflowers’ – released today via Barely Dressed Records/Remote Control Records.


The Maitland Mercury, 18th July 2019

A documentary series has challenged three artists to show the real people behind missing person statistics, including a pair of Maitland sisters who have never given up on their absent loved one.


Campaign Brief, 4th June 2019

Australia has scored three finalists at the shortlist stage of the creative category of the 2019 Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards. The winners will be honoured at the awards night ceremony tonight, June 4, at the Grand Ballroom of the Shangri-La at the Fort Hotel in Manila.

Oberon Review, 29th May 2019

A BUSHWALKER who went missing in Kanangra-Boyd National Park almost five years ago was known to experiment with the cultivation of cannabis and undertake “guerrilla ops” looking for discreet, off the beaten track areas to grow cannabis in.

WA Today, 13th May 2019

A push to introduce an official Australia-wide ‘missing person status’ will be taken to federal parliament after the election, as administrative challenges continue to prove a “nightmare” for grieving families.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise, 25th February 2019

Some people worry that facial recognition technology undermines privacy, but there is a fundamental difference between using the technology to monitor shopping habits and using it to save lives.

ABC Life, 19th February 2019

Sharon Versace hasn’t seen her niece, Belinda Peisley, since September 1998.