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Katie works the Wellington City Council round, including covering the council's budget battles as it struggles with mounting debt and big bills for earthquake strengthening and leaky building liability. She also closely follows the super-city debate.
Bernadette has almost 30 years experience in journalism in both New Zealand and the UK. As editor of The Dominion Post, she strongly believes that news brands are thriving as they embrace an integrated approach to digital and print news gathering.
Bernadette has been a chief reporter at The Dominion and Dominion Post; assistant editor at The Dominion Post and has edited the Manawatu Standard. She previously worked for Reed Regional Newspapers, editing weekly paid and free newspapers and worked as a reporter at the Sunday Mirror in London.
Bernadette has won two Qantas Media Awards and been a finalist for reporter of the year.
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James manages the business reporters at The Dominion Post and is responsible for the business section of the newspaper.
He has worked as a reporter since 1981 and has a Graduate Diploma of Journalism from Canterbury University. James joined The Dominion in 1989 and has previously worked for National Business Review and Radio New Zealand.
Jonathan oversees sports coverage for The Dominion Post. A former New Zealand cricketer, Jonathan entered journalism after his playing career was cut short by injury. He has been a journalist for 15 years, with spells at The Press, the New Zealand Press Association and The Evening Post.
He covered the 2007 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies, the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2012 Olympics in London. In 2009 Jonathan won a TP McLean award.
WEB AND SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR
We hope that by giving you better access to see who's behind our news machine, you'll get a better understanding of our company and feel like you can contact us with feedback and news.
To add to those sections, we've created profiles for our business and sports reporters. These teams write for the business and sports sections of the newspaper and for dompost.co.nz. Check out their mugs and get in touch if you've got a story they might be interested in. Don't worry, they're a lot more friendly-faced than this bunch to the right - our Literary Staff of 1907.
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