Order Description The photo must be an original photo taken by you. Part A requires studentsto produce and write a 400-word news story containing originalquotes from two interview sources and some audio or videofootage. Part B requires students to produce and write a 300-wordcolor or picture story containing original quotes from at least oneinterview source and an original photograph taken by thestudent.Heres an example of how to set out a hard news story for online/print (note correct placement of quotation marks etc.)VULNERABLE young people at risk of homelessness will have the chance to complete their schooling in Shepparton with the introduction of new scholarships.Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing Martin Foley said the $1100 scholarships will be available to secondary school students who live in public or community housing, or are at risk of homelessness.Education is an important stepping stone to a stable, financially secure future and we need to assist students who may be struggling to stay in school and work towards attaining their goals, he said.Staying in school sounds simple, but for those who cant afford their text books or school fees, its not that simple.The scholarships will assist 230 young people with educational expenses such as books, laptops and course fees, with secondary school teachers encouraged to nominate eligible students.Scholarship applicant Eliza Noonan said she had applied because she was struggling financially and needed all the support available.If I could get something like this it would change my life. I would be able to buy a computer, she said.To be eligible for the Kids Under Cover scholarships, students must be under 21 years, completing year 11/12 VCE or VCAL, or TAFE, and experience financial hardship.Applications close on June 24 and can be made at https://www.kuc.org.au/ Heres an example of a human interest/picture story (note correct placement of quotation marks etc.):MOTHERS Day will forever be a day of mixed emotions for Carrum Banks mum Claire Sykes.It was on this day last year when she first realised that something was not right.She had selflessly spent years caring for her husband Rohan, who suffered severe burns to 30 per cent of his body in a workplace accident, as well as her two young daughters Zoey, 7, and Dakota, 5, and now for once it was time to put her own needs first.I distinctly remember Mothers Day was the first day I noticed a bit of a dry cough starting, but I just brushed it off as a little cold and got on with my busy life I didnt have time to get sick, says 33-year-old Claire, who is a qualified electrician.The coughing quickly turned into pneumonia.An exploratory bronchoscopy, a biopsy and a collapsed lung later, I was diagnosed with a carcinoid lung tumour a very rare neuroendocrine cancer.Claires cancer was so rare that many doctors had never seen it before or knew anything about it.Although she had been very sick, she says it was such a huge shock to be told she had cancer, especially in her lung considering she was young and had never smoked. She was devastated and scared for the future.One teary night she sat down and wrote letters to each of Rohan, Zoey, Dakota and her mum and dad, just in case letters only to be read if the worst were to happen.After many tests, scans and agonising days of waiting, we were incredibly relieved to find out I was one of the lucky ones that they had found it early, and it hadnt yet spread anywhere, smiles Claire. In August last year Claire underwent major surgery to remove the top half of her left lung and some of her bronchus needed to be reconstructed.I got through it and now, eight months on, other than the occasional twinge in my ribs, and a little shortness of breath, I am pretty much back to normal my new normal, Claire said.Claire is a volunteer for the Cancer Council Victorias Cancer Connect program and is helping to raise funds for this months campaign. To donate please visit cancer.org.auAn example of a sports profile story (note correct placement of quotation marks etc.)GRETEL Tippett could be in for a lighthearted family feud when she returns to playing netball on the Gold Coast today against the Melbourne Vixens.The Queensland Firebirds goal attack expects to be pitted directly against either Jo Weston or Chloe Watson.If it turns out to be the latter, it could make for quite the twist.Chloe Watson goes out with my brother Kurt (Tippett) which would be an interesting match-up, Tippett said.In a moment of good timing, the Firebirds venture down the M1 coincides with Kurts AFL team Sydney Swans playing the Gold Coast Suns at Carrara tonight.It works out so well, she said. Im going to go straight from my game out to Metricon Stadium to watch Kurt.Not that its out of the ordinary for the star siblings to support one another, with Kurt attending the Firebirds rare loss to the NSW Swifts last weekend.I love watching him play. He inspires me to go hard in my netball, watching him out there on the footy field, she said. Hes been a great support he watches every game and calls me after the game.I try to watch as many games of his as I can and same with Joel (the middle sibling who plays for North Melbourne in the AFL).Tippett is thrilled to be back playing on the Gold Coast, where she was born.Ahead of their attempt to return to the winners circle, she said many Firebirds players had not forgotten their defeat to the Vixens in the 2014 decider.The finals in 2014 still burns in the back of some of the players minds, she said.With the inclusion of Madi Robinson, who was out last year with a knee (injury), she adds a lot of strength to their attacking line and their defence with Geva (Mentor), she matches up so well on Romelda (Aiken) and its always a big battle.Vixens and England veteran Mentor told the Bulletin she would look to use all her experience and smarts to contain towering goal shooter Aiken.Romelda and I have had lots of battles, not just with the Vixens and Firebirds but also England and Jamaica as well, so I love the challenge, Mentor said.I know that probably one-on-one she has got the ability to beat me, so its about being smarter in my game play and working with and relying on my teammates around me to make sure I get myself in the best position possible to get up and contest those balls.An example of an anniversary/milestone/obituary storyFOR Brian and Echo Cooper, the old adage that absence makes the heart grow fonder has special meaning.The Redcliffe couple says being forced to spend time apart proved to be the glue that helped strengthen their 60-year marriage.They met at a dance while still in high school, but their relationship did not start until Mr Cooper went to register for National Service.Mrs Cooper was working at the front desk.We went out a few times, then I joined the air force and was posted away from Queensland, Mr Cooper said. But that didnt stop it. We saw each when we could and wrote letters.I think being away made our hearts grow fonder.They married on May 12, 1956. In the 60 years since, they have had three boys and are very proud grandparents to four grandsons and two grand daughters.The couple celebrated the special occasion with family and friends at Mon Komo Hotel on May 12.