O’Keeffe takes over Government News

By Jonas Lopez in Media News on

Darragh O'Keeffe (photo credit: official Twitter profile)Veteran journalist Darragh O’Keeffe has joined Intermedia Group publication Government News as its new editor.

O’Keeffe comes over from Intermedia satellite magazine Australian Ageing Agenda, where he was the editor for the past four years. He will succeed long-time editor Graeme Philipson, who has pledged to write articles from time to time. Natasha Egan, meanwhile, will take over from O’Keeffe at Australian Ageing Agenda.

O’Keeffe’s appointment is the first act in Intermedia’s plans to revamp Government News, which included reworking the publication website, governmentnews.com.au. The company is already recruiting journalists for both Government News and Australian Ageing Agenda.

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