Reading the Small Print: Rural Papers Defy the Odds in a Sea of Job Losses

Since 1869, the Herald and Weekly Times has been the paper that regional Australia has turned to. But in the last two weeks, the paper run by News Corp out of the Melbourne office has cut four experienced reporters.

The cuts came after six reporters left and an external review was conducted to investigate bullying claims, according to Crikey.

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