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Helen Trinca

BA (English and
Anthropology)

Editor, Australian
Weekend Magazine

I have worked in senior reporting and editing roles in Australian journalism, including a stint as The Australian's London correspondent.

As workplace writer for The Sydney Morning Herald, I co-authored (with Anne Davies) the definitive history of one of the nation's biggest industrial disputes, the 1988 docks battle. The book, Waterfront: The Battle that Changed Australia, was published in 2000.

I also co-authored (with Catherine Fox) Better than sex: How a whole generation got hooked on work, published in 2004.


After taking on a position with The Australian Financial Review Helen Trinca became the founding editor of BOSS – an independently minded management a leadership magazine. BOSS magazine was first presented to the public in March 2000 and continues to thrive 10 years later with award winning journalism and photography.

 

 

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