Editor in Chief
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 The 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.
Wellington born and raised, 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 more than 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.
Chief news director (Wellington)
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. After various reporting and editing roles in South Africa, he moved to New Zealand in 1997, working at The Dominion and The Evening Post.
He was the digital editor for the central north island, looking after the websites of The Dominion Post, Manawatu Standard and Taranaki Daily News before becoming chief news director for the Wellington region.
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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.
He was deputy head of news for The Dominion Post before being appointed news director in 2015.