About

Rebecca Borg is a third-year journalist student at La Trobe University. She has experience in writing, editing, videography, audio, and photography as well as social media and branding.

Rebecca was the winner of 2019 YAJA People’s Choice Award for YAJA for her piece “Puckered Lips and Selfie Sticks – Social Media is a Child’s worst enemy”. She is also a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society as well as the La Trobe Student Excellence Academy. She is a sub-editor for Rabelais Magazine, editor for upstart magazine and the brains behind the content you see here today.

Rebecca aspires to be an Australian journalist for some of the country’s leading newspapers, and plans to become both a reporter and feature writer.

Let Rebecca write, photograph, film or edit for you by visiting RAB freelancing today!


Latest Work

22.11.2020
You must try these 5 vegan alternatives to your traditional Christmas meals this festive season.

FEATURE| Cater for all your family’s eating needs by serving this vegan menu this Christmas.

Read here.

09.11.2020
Matcha Magazine

MAGAZINE| A sustainable-living magazine produced by Rebecca Borg, Megan Lansbury and Nikki Jamieson.

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21.11.2020
5 ways to celebrate Christmas this season while on a shoestring budget.

FEATURE| Don’t let your tight finances ruin your Christmas spirit.

View here.

29.10.2020
Your most asked questions about the US Election answered

EXPLAINER| While many Australians are following the happenings of this year’s presidential decider, we’ve answered some of the most common questions about the election for those who aren’t already in the loop.

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09.11.2020
Meet Theo Patsiotis – The Man that Built Blu Fish and Chippery into the Melbourne Landmark it is Today

FEATURE| Learn how entrepreneur Theodore Patsiotis turned knowledge and passion into successful seafood restaurant, Blu by Australian Seafood Group.

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25.10.2020
How to get your spook on this Halloween while social distancing.

FEATURE| While trick or treating might be a thing of the past this year, Halloween shouldn’t be cancelled just yet.

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