Caroline Overington takes associate editorship of Australian Women’s Weekly

caroline overington picWalkley-winning journalist Caroline Overington has taken a senior role at ACP’s flagship title The Australian Women’s Weekly. Overington was formerly a columnist and journalist at The Australian. Her roles included a stint editing the Diary column of the Media section before moving into a writing role on The Weekend Australian Magazine.

Overington has also written for AWW as a freelancer, most recently filing a story about Kevin Rudd’s family life.

Overington had previously worked on both The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

The Australian Women’s Weekly Editor-in-Chief Helen McCabe said: “Caroline is one of the country’s leading journalists. Her appointment builds on the team and I am very excited to have her onboard. In addition to writing for the magazine, Caroline will contribute to The Weekly across all platforms which include online, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Viewa and our iPad app.”

Overington announced her move on Twitter yesterday:

Caroline Overington TWitter


  1. Woody
    12 Sep 12
    2:44 pm

  2. Iconic Women’s weekly? Only if you mean said mag has an ancient formulaic prescriptive style.