Facts of Helen Trinca
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Helen Trinca is a world renowned Australian journalist and an author. She is currently working as the Managing Editor of The Australian.
Helen Trinca's husband
Helen Trinca has been able to keep her personal life very private. She has not revealed any information regarding her love life. She has not revealed any information on whether she is married or not. She has also not revealed any information about her past affairs or if she had dated someone in the past.
Helen Trinca's net worth
The net worth of Helen Trinca is still under review and has not been published yet. She has worked very hard to be successful in her career. She is a successful journalist and the Managing Editor so she might be earning in thousands. She has also published many books which have also helped in increasing her net worth.
She is living a luxurious life. She is in love with her job and loves to travel around the world. Most of her tweets in Twitter are related to her work which shows the passion she has for her job.
She likes to watch football sometimes. She tweeted a picture in Twitter with a caption,
"It'll be a scramble but live footy still a good Saturday night option #AFLSwansGiants"
The picture is in her photo gallery of her Twitter account.
She also enjoys attending fashion shows.
Helen Trinca's wiki
Helen Trinca was born in Perth which is the capital and largest city of Australian state of Western Australia. She has not revealed her date of birth but she was born around 1980. Her current age is 39 years old.
She has not revealed any information regarding her parents. There is no information available regarding her schooling as well.
She graduated college with a degree of BA in English and Anthropology from city's University of Western Australia. In 1980, she moved to Sydney.
Helen Trinca's career
Helen Trinca started her career in journalism with The West Australia. She has also formally made contributions to Griffith Review and Australasian Business Intelligence. Helen Trinca worked at The Sydney Morning Herald which is a daily compact newspaper in a senior position.
Helen Trinca's book
Helen Trinca has written many books. She is the writer of the biography of Madeleine St John who was the first Australian female writer to be shortlisted for the Man Brooker Prize in 1997. The biography was called Madeleine: a life of Madeleine St John. The biography of Madeleine St John was her third book which was a joint winner of the Prime Minister's Awards in 2014.
She has written biography with co-author Anne Davies, which is Waterfront: The Battle That Changed Australia. She and co-author Catherine Fox has published a biography called Better Than Sex: How A Whole Generation Got Hooked On Work.