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North & South gets new editor; publishers return to Europe

Staff reporters
Mon, 10 Jan 2022

Rachel Morris said she was reassessing “the balance between life and work” after an intense year with two prolonged lockdowns. (Image: supplied)
Rachel Morris said she was reassessing “the balance between life and work” after an intense year with two prolonged lockdowns. (Image: supplied)
Staff reporters
Mon, 10 Jan 2022
North & South publishers Konstantin Richter and Verena Friederike Hasel have appointed a new editor to the magazine and are returning to Germany.Richter said staff were told in September the couple would have to return to Europe at the end of 2021 to meet work and family commitments.He told BusinessDesk they will return at some stage, but it was hard to make plans because of the pandemic travel restrictions.“When we first expressed an interest in North & South and then bought the magazine, we knew that this wasn't going to be...

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