Dominion-Post editor returns to Washington Post

Dominion-Post editor returns to Washington Post
Stuff CEO Sinead Boucher has some big shoes to fill. (Image: Stuff)
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Stuff’s Dominion Post editor, Anna Fifield, is leaving the job and returning to the Washington Post.The new role will be as The Post’s Asia-Pacific editor based in New Zealand.Fifield has long experience as a foreign correspondent for the Financial Times and then at The Post, including stints in Sydney, Seoul, Beirut, Washington, Tokyo and Beijing, where she was China bureau chief until 2020.She has been editor of the Dominion Post for the last two years in what was something of a hiring coup for new owner Sinead Boucher. Fifield wi...

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