The New Daily is a trusted source of national news and information and is provided free for all Australians.
The New Daily delivers the day’s most relevant news – national, state, world, finance, sport, entertainment, lifestyle, weather – in text, pictures, audio and video. Written and edited by media professionals, it provides objective coverage of each day’s biggest stories. It aims to provide fair, balanced and unbiased coverage of major events around the world and across Australia.
Our team of top editors and journalists, headed by Patrick Elligett, publishes throughout the day across desktop, social, mobile and tablet. The site is backed by members of the Industry Super Funds network, including Australian Super, Cbus and Industry Super Holdings and is produced by Motion Publishing, whose directors include former Herald Sun and The Age editor, Bruce Guthrie, and digital publishing pioneer, Eric Beecher.
Patrick Elligett became editor of The New Daily in November 2017 after more than three years as the site’s deputy editor and director of news. Before arriving at TND Patrick was editor of several newspapers in regional Victoria and New South Wales, including Mildura’s Sunraysia Daily. His journalism career has spanned radio, newspapers, websites and magazines, both in Australia and overseas. He has also lectured in online journalism at La Trobe University.
Jackson began his career as a legal assistant before a passion for journalism drew him to the media. After studying journalism and law at Monash University, Jackson joined The New Daily as a reporter when it launched in 2013. He held a number of editorial positions, including Money Editor, before becoming Deputy Editor in 2017. He continues his legal studies with a Juris Doctor at the Australian National University.
A journalist for over three decades since starting her career on Melbourne’s The Herald, Kate was executive editor of WHO magazine and wrote features for Marie Claire and Vogue before joining The New Daily in 2017.
Francis began his broadcast career at the ABC’s national youth radio network Triple J where he spent over a decade rocking the airwaves. He’s regular on ABC TV’s Sunday morning sports chat show “Offsiders” and as a presenter on ABC News Radio. For the last 10 years Francis was a presence on 1116 SEN Sports Radio in Melbourne presenting a range of shifts from breakfast to drive time as well as calling AFL, A-League and International football, baseball and tennis. Francis is also a contributor on Network 10’s “The Project”. He currently facilitates La Trobe University’s public lecture program, “Bold Thinking Series.” Over the previous years Francis was part of ABC Grandstand’s sports team covering AFL, The A-League and The Socceroos, NRL and many other sports. Francis also returned to his first love as a regular guest presenter on the ABC new digital music radio station Double J.
PM News Editor (Web)
A sports tragic in every sense of the word, Ross is an experienced journalist/sub-editor whose passions in life include family, football (of the round ball variety), good food and life-long learning. Recognised for his coverage of sport, property, news and entertainment, his career has taken him from Moruya to Murarrie and almost everywhere in between, for newspapers and magazines of all shapes and sizes. His goal is to catch up on his sleep once the World Cup finishes.
AM News Editor
Neil’s journalism career spans more than 20 years and has seen him report for, and edit, newspapers, magazines and websites throughout Australia and Asia. Neil joined The New Daily in 2016 after more than a decade covering on major events around the world for The Associated Press from its Sydney bureau and Bangkok regional head office. He has also worked in academia, teaching an advanced journalism course at Latrobe University.
Feature EDM Manager
Carley has been a journalist and sub-editor in print and digital media in New Zealand and Australia for more years than she cares to remember. She spent 10 years at The Age, working in a variety of production roles (including as letters editor). She has also worked for News Limited and Domain.
A journalist since 1984, Andrew has worked in writing, editing and management roles with ABC Radio News, the BBC, London mastheads Fairfax Media with The Age. A Walkley finalist in 2007 for best three headlines, and a Melbourne Press Club Quill winner in that category, as sports editor at the Sunday Age he led his team to Australian Sports Commission awards in 2012 and 2014 for best National sporting coverage. He joined The New Daily as web page editor in 2017.
Zona began her career as a first-year cadet at The Examiner in Launceston, in 2010. She has held various roles with The Examiner, including digital journalist, chief of staff, digital editor, and senior reporter. She was deputy editor at the masthead before migrating across the Bass Strait to Melbourne.
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Rod has extensive experience as a writer, broadcaster, author, media trainer, speech writer, poet and public speaker. Rod has written extensively on business for major newspapers covering a wide range of areas including energy, infrastructure, media, banking, telecommunications and corporate finance. In addition, Rod has written the biographies of two leading Australian business figures,
Louise started off as a daily news reporter for the Herald and Weekly Times in 1987. In 1991, Louise became a researcher and field producer for for NINE Network’s A Current Affair and worked with senior reporters flying out on location across eastern Australia. After settling down in NSW, Louise became the Melbourne Correspondent for WHO Magazine and spent the next 21 years covering major national and international news stories from her home base. In January 2017, Louise joined The New daily team in the capacity of news editor/weekend home page editor and is now an integral part of The New Daily’s weekend coverage.
Deputy Money Editor
Killian started his career in journalism working in the financial services trade press, covering macro-economics, financial advice, life insurance, and fintech across both digital and print. Over the past two and a half years he’s produced news, features, and analysis of the ins and outs of the financial industry, and taken a particular interest in the royal commission’s public hearings and their broader impact on the state of business and Australia’s economy.
Suzan Delibasic has been a journalist for three years in both print and digital media. Suzan has worked on three mastheads and as a group journalist for Leader Community News, while having opinion pieces and news stories published in other News Corp titles including the Herald Sun. In 2017, Suzan won the News Corp News Award for Achievements in Community Journalism and in 2018 the Melbourne Press Club Quill Award for Excellence in Suburban Journalism. Suzan loves all things tech, gaming, data and gadgets and now reigns as The New Daily’s technology journalist.
Isabelle Lane joined The New Daily in 2018. She previously worked as a journalist at Fairfax Media, and in 2017 produced Grace Under Fire, a short documentary film on sexual harassment in the bush for the Victorian Women’s Trust. As The New Daily’s property reporter, Isabelle provides independent coverage of all aspects of Australia’s real estate markets, from housing affordability to premium property and more.
Consumer Affairs Journalist
Alana Mitchelson is an award-winning journalist currently specialising in consumer affairs with The New Daily. Her interests include (but are not limited to) consumer technology, health, e-commerce, privacy, retail and personal finance, and she closely follows the National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout. Alana has previously worked internationally for the USA Today network and at local newspapers.
Rachel Eddie is the state news reporter, covering New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. She is interested in covering social issues, politics and cities. Follow her on Twitter @heyracheddie.
Christiane Barro is a Walkley award-winning journalist. She is a recent Monash graduate and has taken up a reporting gig at The New Daily. She has a key interest in uncovering hidden truths.
Mahsa Fratantoni is an accomplished health journalist who has trained at the World Health Organisation in Geneva. She brings a deep understanding of the science behind health, with a Bachelor of Arts and Science and a Masters in International Public Health.