Fairfax confirms Aussie editing jobs coming to NZ

Tue, 12 Jun 2012

June 12 (BusinessDesk) - Troubled Australasian publisher Fairfax Media has confirmed it will go ahead and shift 66 sub-editing jobs on some of its Australian regional newspapers to New Zealand. News of the decision, which sparked wildcat strikes on major Australian titles such as the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers, came as Fairfax forecast an 18 percent slump in annual earnings this year as the global decline of the newspaper industry takes hold across the Tasman. The Fairfax outsourcing decision sparked an angry reaction from...

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