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Welcome new staff

03 Feb 2010

Joining Docklands News for 2010 is journalist Alison Kinkade and advertising sales manager Peter Crowley.

Alison is a Docklands resident and a journalism graduate from LaTrobe University.

She lives with her sister and her parents in Dock 5  and did an internship with the paper late last year.

She is quickly finding her feet (although on crutches currently!) and is a great asset.

Peter actually started the Docklands News as a VicUrban employee in 2003.   His knowledge of Docklands is vast and his enthusiasm for the precinct is unmatched.

Peter has been a great supporter of ours over the past six years and joins the paper in a sales role.

Email Alison at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or Peter on (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Both can be reached on 8689 7979.

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