Marion calls it a day

By SALLY GORDON

THESE days it is rare to come across an employee who has stayed with the one company for more than 10 years.

However, Australian Provincial Newspapers (APN) boasts more than a handful of staff who have been with The Daily Ex- aminer and Coastal Views newspapers for most of their working lives.

Yamba receptionist Marion White retired last Friday after 18 years with the company.

Marion has spent her working life with The Daily Examiner and was first on the scene when Coastal Views started out in Maclean.

Known as the matriarch of Lower River news, Marion was a company stalwart who had a nose for news and an eye for detail. Her lightning-quick typing, friendly front counter manner and local knowledge were an asset to the company. Marion, you will be missed by your friends and colleagues at the pa- per, customers and contributors.



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