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Facts of Sue Neales

Sue Neales is a very influential reporter of rural, regional affairs for the mighty The Australian. 

The Australian has a reach of 810,000 in print and 2,394,000 in all cross-platform.

Her latest work includes an article with a title, 

“Cannabis grower’s pot of gold” and the article had a small content part saying, 

“Regulated growing of medicinal cannabis....

What is the net worth of Sue Neales?

A reporter earns around 43,640 dollars per year. The pay is substantially higher in Australia as it can reach up to 80,000 dollars per year, with a minimum being around 45,000 dollars

She has years of experience, and her salary is around 80,000 dollars per year. 

This has given her a net worth of more than 150,000 dollars yet to be confirmed, though.

Career

She has worked for programs and networks such as the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and The Canberra Times

She has also appeared for WAtoday.com.au and Brisbane Times

She worked as Chief Reporter for The Mercury from the year 2005 to 2011. 

She was there for six long years and served as a political editor and chief reporter. 

She has immense experience and is an asset to the company she worked for. 

She has worked as a foreign correspondent and war reporter in the past. She has also worked as a magazine editor and financial journalist. 

She has more than 30 years of experience in journalism and agriculture science. She has a dual university degree in the field of agriculture science and journalism. 

She can be easily contacted via her email address. 

She circulates a lot of news via her social media account, and one of them being Twitter. She posts a lot of news and happenings around the world with the report. 

Recently she has tweeted, 

Great to have 

Tweet From Sue
Tweet From Sue Source: Twitter

She has shared another post which is related to Research & Development. She has captioned the post as,

“How much of 

Trivia

  1. She went to the University of Melbourne for her BAgSci Agricultural Science and communications degree, and she was there from the year 1976 to the year 1979.
  2. She also did Journalistes en Europ, CFPJ, Paris 1986-87. She went to RMIT University for her journalism Grad Diploma degree from 1980 to 1981.
Updated On 2 days ago Published On Tue Mar 19 2019 By paper-boat

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