Hokonui radio breakfast shows have announced some changes as Luke Howden takes over the Ashburton show and Kirstin Chittock takes the mic in Southland.
Michel McGowan has announced that he has finished up at The Guardian and will be heading to The Sydney Morning Herald.
Kylie Walters has announced that she has ended up her time at New Idea and will return to Who magazine.
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Mumbrella’s managing editor Olivia Krumiel has departed to take up the role of PR & Communications director at M&C Saatchi Group AUNZ.
Maria Sajulga has announced that she has been appointed as a junior producer at Sky News Australia.
Edelman has appointed Monique McLaughlin as head of health in Australia.
Grace Garde, executive producer of Hit’s Jimmy & Nath show has announced she is departing the show to focus on her mental health.
Sling & Stone PR has welcomed economic development and destination management organisation, Townsville Enterprise to its client roster.
David Richard’s 4Square Media will be no more, with the company rebranding as BrandNoise, and preparing to launch a new lifestyle technology masthead.
Tina Burke has been promoted to digital managing editor of entertainment at Are Media.
Troy Nankervis is heading back to The Project to take up the role of a lineup producer on Sundays.
Josh Ferrier has been promoted to senior producer and guest booker at Triple M Breakfast with Mick Molloy & Mark Geyer.
Pip Bingemann and Amy Tucker have announced the launch of a new marketing, advertising, and experimentation studio, Trilingual
Double J Mornings presenter Zan Rowe will take a break from presenting the show and Karen Leng takes over the seat for the rest of the year.
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