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.
Deputy sports editor
Mark has been a sports journalist for 16 years and is The Dominion Post's cricket writer. This year he will cover his third Olympic Games as part of Fairfax NZ's team.
Mark has worked at the Manawatu Standard and as the New Zealand Press Association’s Sydney correspondent. Mark has covered the Black Caps on several international tours, reported on All Blacks rugby tours to South Africa and Britain, and covered the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Racing editor and college sport writer
Tim has been a journalist since 1972 and is responsible for The Dominion Post’s racing pages. He also produces the weekly college sport page.
Tim has won numerous awards for his racing writing. He worked at the Gisborne Herald, The Press and the Timaru Herald before becoming the racing editor of the Sunday Times in 1984. He joined The Dominion in 1994.
Hamish joined The Dominion Post in September 2010 and reports on netball, cricket and rugby.
He has previously worked at the Northern Advocate, stuff.co.nz, The Gisborne Herald, Hawke's Bay Today and The Press.
Chief rugby writer
Toby is the chief rugby writer at The Dominion Post and has been covering the Wellington Lions, Hurricanes and All Blacks since 2003. During that time he has covered two All Black end-of-year tours, the 2011 Rugby World Cup and the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Toby has worked as a general news reporter at the Franklin County News and The Evening Post. He has a degree in politics and history from Victoria University and a Diploma in Journalism from Massey University.
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