2020 MEDIA 

The Wimmera Mail-Times, 15th November 2020

 

The Age, 2nd October 2020

Have you ever momentarily lost a child at a shopping centre or in a crowd? “That first bit of fear, that is what family members [of missing persons] deal with on a day to day basis, that’s their life.”

Studio 10, 5th August 2020

Angela Bishop and Joe Hildebrand interview Fred Pattison about his daughter Bung’s disappearance, and speak to MPAN founder Loren O’Keeffe about the podcast MPAN’s launched for National Missing Persons Week; What’s Missing.

ABC News, 6th August 2020

Have you ever momentarily lost a child at a shopping centre or in a crowd? “That first bit of fear, that is what family members [of missing persons] deal with on a day to day basis, that’s their life.”

ABC News, 5th August 2020

National Missing Persons Week is underway — the annual campaign that puts the spotlight on a handful of specific cases and highlights the plight of the families left behind.

2GB, 2nd August 2020

Founder and CEO of the Missing Persons Advocacy Network, Loren O’Keeffe, spoke with Luke Grant on Australia Overnight about the difficulties families face when someone close to them goes missing.

Mumbrella, 28th July 2020

Global podcast series Casefile True Crime has partnered with the Missing Persons Advocacy Network on a ten-episode series What’s Missing for National Missing Persons Week.

Byron News, 1st June 2020

ILLUMINATED in orange, Théo Hayez’s favourite colour, Cape Byron Lighthouse last night served as a reminder of the Belgian backpacker, who’s now been missing for a year.

ABC News, 30th May 2020

The sleepless nights don’t stop for Jean-Philippe Pector, the godfather of missing Belgian backpacker Théo Hayez.