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Elijah, 11, has interviewed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson twice. In August 2019 he interviewed him at Number 10 Downing Street in front of BBC, Sky News and other national media. He has an ambition to be a YouTube presenter and already has his own studio.
Dawson, 13, also interviewed Boris Johnson twice. The Good News Post has given him an outlet for his huge skills including and editing.
Olivia, 15, has been writing for the Good News Post for three years. She has interviewed James Cracknell and delivered a unique opportunity to make a film piece for BBC News to coincide with the 20th anniversary since Jill Dando’s death. She now hosts Jill Dando News conferences, Fiona Bruce-style.
Alex, 20, started in journalism aged 14 and has had roles as reporter, news editor and social media editor. He is now studying Broadcast Journalism at UWE while doing other roles on the Good News Post.
Jack, 15, is Environment Editor at the Good News Post. He also has his own newspaper, the Green Gazette and leads dozens of young people to help the environment.
Aimee, 14, is now intent on a TV journalism career after filming the BBC piece along with Olivia in April 2019. Her confidence has rocketed, and now she trains the younger children at her school and primary schools, as young as 9.
Josh, 14, has written for the Good News Post for three years. He is a top sports reporter in the making.
Shane, 13, writes good news stories and opinion pieces from across the north of England.
Lucy, 12, also writes good news stories from across the north of England, and is part of our environment team of correspondents.
Liam, 20, has sometimes written 12 stories a day for the Good News Post. He started three years ago and has a fantastic career as a sports writer ahead of him.