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Shane Worrell

Weekend Web Editor
Post English

Before Shane took up a position as weekend web editor, he worked on the Post’s National News desk as an editor and reporter, covering issues such as industrial relations, politics, human rights and land evictions. Before moving to Cambodia, Shane worked as a journalist at Fairfax Media in Australia. Away from reporting, Shane is the author of one novel, released in 2010, and once wrote a song that – to his bewilderment – was used on a BBC television documentary.

From this author

Sex industry dangers studied
Foreign activists detained
Room for compromise in wage debate: official
‘Historic’ factory deal leads to calls for more
‘Historic’ deal for workers
Walmart, H&M at table
Impasse at close of wage negotiations
Minimum wage talks deadlock
Minister praises Boeung Kak fill-in
NagaWorld casino staff roll dice on strike
Unequal treatment at Cambodian factories
Factory group accepts and challenges report
Government loan pays off employees
Sun bears found in garment factory
Unions set double wage as minimum target
Millions for laid-off workers after strikes: official
Report says factory initiative a failure
Land rights in Cambodia a hot issue, says report
Dam draft law flawed, say residents and NGOs
Police to cool Valentine's day teenage lust
Government offers Valentine’s warning
Scrutiny over hotel service fees in Cambodia
Criticism grows over plans for Sesan draft law
Sihanouk’s ashes enter the Royal Palace
Cambodia's government takes back land