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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

Drug offenders crowd jails
Missing Mekong ministers mooted
ASEAN eyes November for anti-nuke treaty as P5 hesitates
South China Sea centre of ASEAN talks again
Cambodia, Vietnam united on Xayaburi
Strike wounds slow to heal
‘Viable’ Boeung Kak option floated
Divide over factories' fixed contracts in Cambodia
Freedom rings for Boeung Kak 13
'Boeung Kak 13' to be released
Activists head to Boeung Kak appeal with 'no regrets'
Boeung Kak eviction case in international spotlight
Cambodian Confederation of Unions denied recognition again
Relocation woes persist: Australia
Factories still skimping: ILO
Railway rehabilitation puts families in debt, desperation
US calls for release of Boeung Kak activists
Report slams Boeung Kak 13 sentencing
Sacked hotel workers headed back to court
Union out of loop in MoU negotiations
Boeung Kak women visited by MPs
CPP still rules Boeung Kak, Borei Keila
Stations put kibosh on poll news
Boeung Kak children’s tearful plea
Small parties scrambling to be heard