The Daily Examiner’s chief of staff Adam Carroll is leaving after a decade of service, but he will still be able to cyber-stalk the paper in his new role.
The Daily Examiner’s chief of staff Adam Carroll is leaving after a decade of service, but he will still be able to cyber-stalk the paper in his new role.

Adam farewells The Daily Examiner

YESTERDAY marked the end of an era within The Daily Examiner office as Adam Carroll clocked off for the last time after 10 years of loyal service to the paper.

While he will no longer have a roll within the publication, Adam has taken a transfer within Australian Provincial Newspapers, the company that publishes The Daily Examiner.

His new roll will be the Northern NSW chief sub editor and he will oversee production for The Daily Examiner, The Coffs Coast Advocate and The Northern Star.

Being a local boy, Adam started at The Daily Examiner as a 21-year-old university graduate.

“My first week at The Examiner was Jacaranda week 1999 as a general news reporter,” Adam said.

While he started out as a general news reporter, he soon took up the post of sports editor, moved on to sub editor and most recently has held the chief-of-staff role.

“I spent all of my 20s at The Examiner so it was a fairly significant time in my life,” Adam said.



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