Grant funding from the Institute helped Solstice Media’s InDaily extend its coverage of the coronavirus crisis by giving its freelancers the time to dig into important stories.
The journalists covered a range of topics, including the effect of the pandemic on specific industry sectors, the concerning rise of conspiracy theories in the community and the response of health authorities.
Editorial Director David Washington said: “Support from the Judith Neilson Institute has allowed InDaily to extend our coverage of the COVID-19 crisis in ways that wouldn’t have been possible with our previous resources.”
“Readers have embraced the work — the best kind of endorsement.”
Read the stories
- Fears coronavirus will make Adelaide more car-centric than ever — Max Opray
- SA’s ‘forgotten’ migrant families relying on food vouchers — Belinda Willis
- SA childcare industry braces for the next twist on the rollercoaster — Belinda Willis
- Phone towers target amid virus 5G conspiracy theory — Max Opray
- Pandemic plug’s SA’s brain drain – for now — Max Opray