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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

Collapsed brick wall hurts four
Cambodians protest Xayaburi in Bangkok
Questions mount over sand at lake
Plush-toy factory to pay up
Xayaburi concerns ‘unanswered’
Allegations of rioting, vandalism at now shuttered factory
Mob justice claims two lives in Phnom Penh
Alleged illegal gambling investigation keeps going
Dams, climate plague Mekong
Cambodia and Qatar to form labour watchdog
Courts tools in fight against dissent: NGOs
Cambodian government imprisons second land-activist in two days
Complaint to ADB cites decline in housing, food, education
Questions over bonuses
Lao dam breaks ground
Still no motion on union law
Labour leader summonsed to court
Beer promoters ‘banished’ for striking
Carlsberg promises support to Cambodian beer promoters
Factory strikes lead to cut in orders
Regional dams threat to fish
Statistics reveal job risks for beer promoters
Minister asks garment factory to recall 37 workers
Xayaburi construction forging ahead
NGOs rally support for summonsed worker