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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

Boeung Kak women kept away from NGO, reporters
SL employees back to work after resolution
SL garment strike resumes after pact disavowed
Boeung Kak 13 to appeal
Boeung Kak women jailed after three-hour trial
Women in upper union positions vital
Xayaburi study questioned
Cops say pay docked for party politics
Brands proving free lunches might exist
Police must do more, says card scam victim
Mu Sochua decries intimidation tactics
Laos postpones construction on Xayaburi Dam
Subedi ‘concerned’ by Borei Keila
Activist denies previous life as pin-up girl
Prison labour still a threat: rights group
Workers left in limbo on union law
Bokor resort opens: Mountain has casino and ‘a million trees’
Regional appeal court system to be installed
Water minister urges Laos to halt Xayaburi
Ten Cambodians killed during police chases in Thailand
Xayaburi opposition escalates in Thailand
Garment sector peace sought
Thai protestors rally against Xayaburi dam construction
GMAC accuses garment groups of mafia tactics
Transport woes keep prisoners from trials: study