Author Archives: Leanne Daisy Johnson

About Leanne Daisy Johnson

I am an aspiring young journalist currently studying an MA in Journalism with a background in Fashion Communication.

When I am older I would like to be….

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SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE CREATED FOR VICTIMS OF BULLYING

A NEW social networking website has been launched under the anti-bullying campaign “I Choose”. The social media website will give children who have been the victims of bullying an opportunity to meet and make new friends.  “I Choose” which has … Continue reading

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TWEETING MAD

When Twitter was first created nobody realised how much it would influence the news agenda. With its 140 character limit it could have been a recipe for disaster. Instead many people use it as their source for flash updates on … Continue reading

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SECRET MILLIONAIRE GIVES AWAY COMPANY TO HELP THE COMMUNITY

Multi-millionaire businessman John Elliott MBE, TV’s first ‘Secret Millionaire’, has announced he is to give his company, Ebac Ltd, to a special foundation ensuring it remains manufacturing in the North East. The objective will be to create a new factory … Continue reading

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IS THIS THE END OF THE NHS AS WE KNOW IT?

As a result of the controversial decisions made by the coalition to transform the NHS by introducing a new Health Reform Bill, Britons have to question whether this is the beginning of the end. Leanne Johnson reports on whether the … Continue reading

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BEHIND THE SCENES AT SKY SPORTS

MA Journalism student Leanne Johnson visits the Sky Sports headquarters to see what goes on behind the scenes of Britains most popular football show, Soccer Saturday. Since attending the university talk with Soccer Saturday host Jeff Stelling, I was given the … Continue reading

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MYSTERY OVER PHANTOM PIER KNITTER

An Olympic themed woolly scarf measuring fifty metres appeared on Saltburn pier overnight. Nicknamed the “Phantom Knitter” or “Yarnbomber” by locals, the colourful characters knitted on to the scarf represent each sport at this years London Olympics attracting many people … Continue reading

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