Fairfax moves more jobs from Australia to NZ

Wed, 23 Jan 2013

Jan. 24 (BusinessDesk) – Publisher Fairfax Media is moving more sub-editing work from Australia to New Zealand in a bid to reduce costs. Fairfax has already moved sub-editing work from the Newcastle Herald, the Illawarra Mercury and community titles to New Zealand, resulting in the loss of 66 jobs in Australia. On Wednesday it said it will move the copy sub-editing of its Financial Review Group (FRG), which includes The Australian Financial Review newspaper and BRW magazine, to New Zealand, affecting 13 jobs in Australia. Fairfax Media New Z...

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