After farewelling another editorial team yesterday, we now welcome a new, albet smaller, editorial team to the site.
Over the next two months, our co-editors will be working hard through what’s already proving to be a challenging Melbourne winter.
Feel free to pitch your stories or story ideas to them over the winter break, by dropping a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s the duo who’ll be overseeing this content:
Justine Costigan is studying a Masters in Global Communication at La Trobe University. Justine has been a freelance journalist for more than ten years, writing about food and wine, the arts, property, interiors and architecture for local and national magazines and newspapers. You can find much of her work at theage.com.au. You can follow Justine on Twitter: @justcostigan
Emil is studying a Graduate Diploma in Journalism at La Trobe University. Emil’s background is in film and television post-production. He has worked on numerous documentaries for the ABC, SBS, BBC and others. But news and current affairs are his passion, having learnt their importance through his parents, who would anxiously wait for sporadic reports from war-torn Sri Lanka, a country the family fled in 1984 due to civil war. For Emil and his family, news was not simply a summary of events, but encapsulated within it the safety of relatives, the stability of a country and the possibility of returning home. You can follow Emil on Twitter: