The Dominion Post on Twitter

Last updated 14:16 02/02/2011

Many sections of The Dominion Post are using Twitter to share updates about their stories and what they're working on.

You can get Wellington stories and breaking news updates through our twitter feed @DomPost

 

Main account

@DomPost - this account has all our top stories and breaking news throughout the day.

 

News

@KatieChapman28 - Katie Chapman, Wellington reporter

@scowlishaw - Shane Cowlishaw, employment and justice reporter

@Michael_Forbes - Michael Forbes, transport and metro reporter

@TrackChatt - Tracey Chatterton, Hawke's Bay reporter

@tomdom76 - Tom Hunt, breaking news reporter

@msharpee - Marty Sharpe, Hawke's Bay reporter

@andreaoneil - Andrea O'Neil, Hutt Valley reporter

@devlincolle - Collette Devlin, general reporter

@Matt808Stewart - Matt Stewart, general reporter

@tessadoestweets - Tessa Johnstone, Porirua reporter

@calebdch - Caleb Harris, Wairarapa reporter

@jo_moir  - Jo Moir, education reporter

@timdonoghuenz - General and breaking news, maritime reporter and obituaries writer

 

Political bureau

@tracy_watkins - Tracy Watkins - bureau chief

@VernonSmall - Veron Small

@avancenz - Andrea Vance

@oneforthedr - Hamish Rutherford, business reporter


Capital Day

 

Arts and Life

@tomcardy   - Tom Cardy, arts editor

 

Sport

@dompost_sport - game reports and analysis from Dominion Post reporters

 

Business

@PullarStrecker - Tom Pullar-Strecker, business reporter

@Hamley_Maqnirez - Hamish McNicol, business reporter

 

Illustrations

@domesticanimal - Sharon Murdoch, political cartoonist

 

Digital

@ericjanssen123 - Eric Janssen, central region editor (Dom Post, Manawatu Standard, Taranaki Daily News)

@patrickcrewdson - Patrick Crewdson, news editor (Stuff.co.nz)

 

Community newspapers

@TheWgtonian - The Wellingtonian community newspaper

@amyjackman - Amy Jackman, The Wellingtonian reporter

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