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Year Book : Year Book 2010
PHOTO: Jason South, The Age HERALD SUN 2009 11 FEBRUARy “The ALIVE front page was published fve days after the bushfre disaster. Our paper in those days had refected the shocking devastation and tragedy. Victoria was in a state of shock. I want- ed to use the paper to lift the public mood by showing extraordinary tales of survival, miracles and bravery. The stories and pictures in this edi- tion were truly inspirational. Our goal was to inspire strength in a community that was desperately in need of positive news. The following day the Herald Sun followed up with the positive message of the Yellow Ribbon campaign which engaged the community.” EDITORS’ CHOICE 9 Herald Sun heraldsun.com.au WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2009 $1.10* (incl. GST) SPECIAL EDITION Bill and Sherrill Carta were separated in the Kinglake inferno and feared they had lost each other until they saw each other in the burns unit at The Alfred hospital. “It was a fantastic moment,’’ said Bill. REUNITED THANK GOD Father of two Jason Lynn thought he was going to die as he lay on the muddy banks of his dam as the Kinglake bushﬁre raged around him. “When I was in the ﬁre I thought this is just like hell,’’ said Jason. HOW YOU CAN HELP To donate, ring the Red Cross on 1800 811 700 or go to www.redcross.org.au MIRACLE BUSHFIRE SURVIVORS Pictures: JOHN GRAINGER , ZOE HARRISON and FIONA HAMILTON ALIVE Debbie Bisnella wears the scars of the bushﬁre disaster but could manage a painful smile after her miraculous escape with boyfriend Adam Zampelis ... BUT STILL THE TRAGIC TOLL CLIMBS TO 181 HOME DELIVERY 9292 1010 Convenience. Simply Call EDITOR SIMON PRISTEL 2009 saw the Black Saturday fres dominate front pages in Australia, while terrorism and crackdowns on alcohol- fueled violence splashed front covers in other parts of the Pacifc. Newspaper involvement in community campaigns also featured heavily, as well as strong, local stories relevant to the community. PANPA 2010 Year Book 9
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