Jour­nal­ist Jour­nal­ist

Central and North Burnett Times - - IT'S ALL NEW! -

I have been liv­ing in Gayn­dah since Au­gust 2012 and it has been a great to get to know the town and its peo­ple so well dur­ing this time. Mov­ing from Bris­bane to the Bur­nett is what some call a ‘tree change’. And it’s been a de­ci­sion I have not re­gret­ted. Our pa­per is part of the com­mu­nity and I want to write about the is­sues that res­i­dents are pas­sion­ate about. I love hear­ing sto­ries and get­ting lo­cal feed­back. If you know of a great yarn that more peo­ple should hear about, drop in to my of­fice for a chat or give me a call.

You could call me the se­nior jour­nal­ist, based on the num­ber of years I have been em­ployed. Af­ter al­most 27 years I feel like part of the fur­ni­ture. Change is part of ev­ery­day life and to­day's re-de­sign of your pa­per is some­thing to be ex­cited about. It is your pa­per and, as a jour­nal­ist, I feel priv­i­leged to bring the news of our com­mu­nity to your homes. In my spare time I en­joy sewing. Putting my foot on the trea­dle gets rid of any stress­ful mo­ments from my day.

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