Journalist Chinchilla news & roma Western star The Company APN Australian Regional Media is the leading publisher in regional Queensland and Northern New South Wales. Our portfolio includes 12 daily newspapers, more than 56 non-daily newspapers and an online Regional News Network of over 25 websites. Our titles represent over half of all regional daily newspapers sold in Queensland and we have 9 out of 10 of the fastest growing regional daily titles in our market. With a publishing footprint from Coffs Harbour to Mackay, APN ARM connects with over 1 million consumers every week, providing our advertising partners with highly targeted print and digital opportunities. The Position We are looking for a journalist for both the Chinchilla News (based in Chinchilla) and the Roma Western Star (based in Roma). This is a great opportunity to further your career in print and online journalism. The Applicant The successful applicant will be part of a small team at the paper but will be part of a much larger editorial team serving south-west Queensland, producing one newspaper a week in Chinchilla, and 2 newspapers per week in Roma, as well as updating online sites and a social media page on a regular basis. These are challenging and rewarding roles, involving the coverage of local news and events for our community-based publications, and the production of highquality, lively and engaging stories for both print and online. Weekend and after hours work will be required. The successful applicant will be interested in people and their issues, passionate about the possibilities of journalism and willing to learn and grow on the job. 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Group committee member Glen Beasley this week said putting the dump, which would have a capacity for storing 2.1 million cubic metres of salt, right next to FULL STORY, PAGE 5 Stockyard Creek was a recipe for disaster. The company responsible for the project, We Kando Pty Ltd, said it had been through an extensive approvals process and it would take five to six years to develop an environmentally safe and responsible salt landfill on the site. 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