From Paris to Euroa
Welcome Clemence Carayol to Gazette
JOURNALIST Clemence Carayol has begun her time as your new full time journalist at The Euroa Gazette.
Clemence has previously worked as in major titles overseas in France and Germany including daily newspaper Le Monde and Courrier International where she has translated articles from around the world from English to French.
She has also contributed to Canadian/French magazine Urbania and weekly newspaper Les Inrockuptibles.
“I have worked for national newspapers as well as local papers which have given me interesting and good experiences,” Clemence said.
“In Germany I worked for a local newspaper that was quite similar to the Gazette which was very local and community focused.”
“I am looking forward to working here at the Gazette - I like speaking to people, communicating, and of course writing about the issues, and that won’t be any different here too,” she said.
Clemence said she loves writing about a local community and strives to make “the complicated issues be explained as simply as possible.”
“I am looking forward to getting to know the community better, living among them, learn about people’s struggles and joys and to report them,” Clemence said.
“I am particularly looking forward to discovering more of this beautiful part of this world.”
After nearly two years, journalist Philippe Perez is heading back to the Northern Territory to take up a newsreader role in radio and will be saying goodbye to Euroa Gazette readers.
Philippe thanked the Strathbogie communities for their support and said the area will always be a second home.
“I will miss the rolling hills of the Strathbogie ranges, the serene water of Seven Creeks through Euroa or the buzz of Nagambie,” Philippe said.
“Even though I will be half a country away, I will still keep an eye on all that is happening in this very interesting and unique part of Victoria - there is so much good going for it.”
Got a story to tell? Please drop an email to Clemence at firstname.lastname@example.org or give her a call on 5795 3041.