Jennifer chats with Mitchell about the US Supreme Court nomination process and controversy surrounding Brett Kavanagh as well as the upcoming Victorian State election. Image credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images
Jennifer Cromarty speaks about Creative Geelong‘s Open Day at Centrepoint Arcade on Saturday 6 October, celebrating Makers Hub first’s birthday.
Jennifer spoke with David Cecil on Mitchell’s Front Page. The topic discussed was the release of the Grattan Institute report ‘Who’s in the room? Access and influence in Australian politics.’ Image credit: Grattan Institute.
tandemVox’s Jennifer Cromarty and Rob Menaul came on Mitchell’s Front Page to discuss a range of topics, including the Digital Innovation Festival, Pick My Project and the state of US politics. This is Rob’s first appearance on the program.
On 94.7 the Pulse, Mitchell’s Front Page, Jennifer Cromarty spoke about the Super Saturday Federal by-elections, the current state of politics and voter disengagement. Image credit: Voting by justgrimes (CC BY-SA 2.0).
Jennifer Cromarty appeared on Mitchell’s Front Page to celebrate four years of his show and to talk about issues around waste management in the wake of the plastic bags ban.
On Mitchell’s Front Page, Jennifer and Mitchell spoke about the plastic bag ban in supermarkets, the political landscape and the Green Spine project in Geelong. Image credit of Malop St: Glenn Ferguson
Mitchell Dye and Jennifer Cromarty discuss the issues surrounding violence against women and debate the views of Clementine Ford. They also discuss the push to privatise the ABC.
Jennifer Cromarty joins Mitchell Dye to talk about Barnaby Joyce and his paid interview as well as her views on why we need local advocacy groups in Geelong.