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.
Weekend and special projects editor
Wellington born and raised, Oskar edits the paper's weekend edition. He also oversees special projects, including the annual Sevens magazine.
Oskar joined The Dominion Post in 2004 and his former roles have included assistant editor and chief reporter. He has worked as a journalist for the past 15 years, with previous stints at The Dominion, including its Parliament office, The Sunday Star-Times and TVNZ's Holmes programme.
Oskar has won awards for politics and social issues reporting and was named Senior Reporter of the Year at the Qantas Media Awards in 2003.
Features and comment editor
Simon Kilroy is responsible for The Dominion Post's features and opinion sections. He works with many of the outside contributors to the print edition of The Dominion Post, including those who wish to provide opinion pieces.
Simon has been a journalist for 30 years, most of them at The Dominion Post and The Dominion in a variety of roles, including working in the Press Gallery and as a leader writer.
Eric joined The Dominion Post in September 2012 following almost 8 years at The Daily Telegraph in London and 16 months at The Bangkok Post. While in Britain he upset many locals with his unashamedly biased rugby blog.
After various reporting and editing roles in South Africa - where he twice met Nelson Mandela and won many awards for his lengthy investigation into a couple abducting, abusing and murdering young girls - Eric moved to New Zealand in 1997, working at The Dominion and The Evening Post.
He holds a BA in psychology and philosophy and an honours degree in journalism.
Mark is responsible for all photographic content for The Dominion Post and the direction of staff photographers.
He joined The Dominion as a copy holder in 1986 before moving on to The Evening Post in 1988 as a photographer. He spent two years as a staff photographer on the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong before heading back to The Dominion.
Mark won Press Photographer of the Year at the 1995 Qantas Media Awards.
Head of news
Patrick joined The Dominion Post as a reporter in 2006 and has been head of news since November 2010. Between those two jobs, he edited dompost.co.nz.
Patrick has won two Qantas Media Awards for feature writing and collected the award for best website breaking news for editing Fairfax's political website for the 2008 election.
Patrick has a Graduate Diploma in Journalism from AUT and a Bachelor of Arts from Victoria University. Before joining The Dominion Post, he covered the 2005 election from the parliamentary press gallery for the Herald on Sunday.
Deputy head of news
Patrick has been at The Dominion Post since its creation in 2002 and previously worked on The Dominion.
Patrick has worked in news media in New Zealand and Britain for 30 years. He is a former chief sub-editor of The Dominion Post and spent more than 10 years working for The Times and The Sunday Times in London.
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 and the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. In 2009 Jonathan won a TP McLean award.
Your Weekend editor
Joanna Rix is the editor of Your Weekend, The Dominion Post's Saturday magazine. She has been a journalist for 20 years, spanning the fields of writing, sub-editing and newspaper design.
Before relocating to Wellington in 2007, she was the day editor of The Star, South Africa's biggest daily broadsheet newspaper. Prior to that, she was The Star's chief sub-editor.
In 2000, she was awarded the Commonwealth Press Union's Harry Brittain Fellowship.
Sarah is the editor of Life, The Dominion Post's Wednesday magazine which covers food, fashion and travel. Sarah has been a journalist for 20 years and has worked as a news reporter and feature writer.
She has previously worked at the Sunday Star-Times and New Zealand Herald, and was a founding writer on the Herald on Sunday.
Sarah has won several journalism awards including Qantas Junior Reporter of the Year, a Qantas arts writing award, and also the David Low Chevening scholarship to study at Oxford University in England.
Joseph has been editor of The Wellingtonian since 2008, and in 2012 was appointed the Dominion Post Metro Editor leading a team of Wellington-focused reporters.
He still holds the position of Wellingtonian editor and is an ardent support of the capital city.
A graduate of Wellington Polytechnic School of Journalism, he has been a journalist since 1975, and has worked in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Joseph has a keen eye on sports and has covered the Olympic and Commonwealth. He writes Fairfax's weekly Sports Talk column.
He also has more than 40 books under his belt, including biographies of some of the country's top sportsmen and women, and profiles of the country's history-makers.