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Sam is the managing editor of the Deniliquin Pastoral Times and Southern Riverina News.
Sam was born and educated in Deniliquin and started a three-year cadetship with the Pastoral Times in 1998.
He was named McPherson Media Group Cadet of the Year in 2000 before completing a Bachelor of Arts/Communications majoring in Broadcast Journalism at Charles Sturt University in 2005.
Sam returned to the Pastoral Times as news editor in 2006 before taking over as managing editor in July, 2011.
For Sam, the highlight of his career was the Pastoral Times winning the prestigious EC Sommerlad Award for Community Leadership and Editorial Involvement at the 2009 NSW Country Press Awards.
Phone: (03) 5881 2322
Zoe is the senior journalist for the Deniliquin Pastoral Times and Southern Riverina News.
She covers general news, politics, local government, police, writes features, takes photographs, and is a sub editor.
Zoe came to the Deniliquin Pastoral Times in November 2004 after completing a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism/Public Relations) at the University of Western Sydney.
Having completed all her secondary schooling in Deniliquin, she was keen to return to her home town to start her career in journalism. It was a goal she had been aiming for since primary school.
With an interest in photography, working in a rural paper has given Zoe the opportunity to explore all facets of the newspaper industry as well as reporting.
Zoe likes to get stuck into hard news stories, but particularly delights in working on feature stories, particularly about returned services personnel for Anzac Day and Remembrance Day features.
Phone: 5881 2322
Jessica will complete her three-year cadetship with the Pastoral Times in December.
She has spent most of her life living on farms in the Deniliquin and Finley areas.
Jessica’s love of writing led her to the Pastoral Times, where she writes and takes photos for general news stories.
She says almost all of her favourite photos she has taken have been of people laughing and her favourite stories to write are about locals having adventures overseas, as well as getting stuck in to a good political story.
Phone: 5881 2322
Tyla Harrington joined the Deniliquin Pastoral Times as a cadet journalist in April.
She has a passion for writing general news and wanted to be a journalist since she was a kid.
Tyla covers fires and writes general and picture stories as well as writing for the real estate section and finding stories from past issues of the Pastoral Times.
Phone: 5881 2322
A Shepparton man will face court today after being charged with child porn offences.
Most people at the J C Lowe Oval left on Saturday evening talking about the game but not the result. Pigeon Coach Chris Kennedy summed up the feeling adequately when he said after the game; “it was a frustrating game, but my players weren’t responsible for the frustration.”
The move to extend the Tatura War Memorial area and honour Victoria Cross hero Robert Mactier with the erection of a statue in the Hogan St gardens named in his honour, continues.
A Kyabram man who struck a cyclist on Echuca-Moama bridge with a beer can thrown from the vehicle he was in was convicted and fined $400 in Moama Local Court on Wednesday.
Outreach worker Les Twentyman, a local policeman and ERH worker, were among guest speakers at the Rochester and Elmore District Health Service community forum about substance abuse last week.
Over six hours of junior football is scheduled for Kyabram Recreation Reserve this Sunday.
Ten people were injured after Two Australian Light Armoured Vehicles (ASLAV) collided during a training course at the Puckapunyal Military Training Range in on Wednesday, May 22.
The Finley Apex Sports and Community Centre has secured a $500,000 grant from Regional Development Australia.
A purpose-built bike, equipped with amateur radio, will be on the O'Keefe Rail Trail tomorrow.
Cobram residents John Anderson and Ian Cobb will race down memory lane this weekend when they compete in the annual Historic Winton.
Deniliquin Fire and Rescue's open day has been hailed a success by captain Bill Muirhead.
The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) is investigating incidents of abortion or still-births under the Lamb and Kid Mortality Surveillance Project.(LKSMP).
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