Our newspapers, magazines and websites inform, entertain and impact local communities across our regional and rural footprint.
As part of News Corp Australia, we are one of Australia’s most diverse and successful media companies allowing us to offer enviable career opportunities.
We are looking for a person who wants to kick-start their journalism career at one of our regional newspapers in the Surat Basin.
This is an ideal opportunity for a person looking to delve into the world of digital and print journalism.
You will gain first-hand experience in writing, interviewing, photography and videography, and will be led by an experienced editor from a non-daily and daily newspaper background.
This role is suited for journalism graduates, or students currently studying journalism, who want to forge a solid career pathway in media.
Our suite of Surat Basin newspapers has been the first newspaper for journalists who became daily editors and senior journalists at metropolitan papers – are you next?
The successful applicant will join a small and dedicated team and will be part of a much larger editorial team serving southwest Queensland.
We are looking for an enthusiastic writer with the right attitude who is interested in writing compelling articles for our weekly newspaper as well as specialist publications and maintaining our digital site and social media pages.
The right person for the job will receive extensive training in best practice journalism, digital reporting and photography.
This is a challenging, but incredibly rewarding role, involving the coverage of local news and events for our community-based publication as well as producing high quality, lively and engaging stories.
Weekend and after hours work will be required.
We are searching for an independent person who is passionate about storytelling, enthusiastic about learning new skills and interested in becoming a well rounded journalist.
The applicant will have a degree in journalism or similar and can demonstrate they have worked in journalism placements or internship during their study.
A full driving license is necessary