The Australian’s Paige Taylor

As a cadet at the Albany Advertiser on Western Australia’s south coast, Paige Taylor learned shorthand from a retired schoolteacher and spent a lot of time at the Premier Hotel.

She later worked at the Post, an independent newspaper that thrives as a vibrant record of life in Perth’s west.

She moved to the Perth bureau of The Australian in 2004, where she has reported on alleged war criminals, asylum issues, Aboriginal affairs and all things West Australian.

Paige Taylor will speak at the 2018 Women in Media National Conference.

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