Latte Life expands with second edition and new editor

Monthly society News paper LattéLife which caters to Sydney’s affluent Eastern Suburbs has announced it is opening a second edition in The Southern Highlands and the appointment of a new editor.

The Release:

LattéLife, Sydney’s leading monthly Eastern Suburbs newspaper with personality, is embarking on an exciting new adventure – two new Editors and a new Southern Highlands connection.

Following four years of success in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, LattéLife has branched out to the Southern Highlands with an exciting monthly newspaper hitting 30,000 Southern Highlands homes on July 15.

LattéLife Sydney continues to go from strength to strength, delivering 50,000 copies (readership 86,000) of the monthly newspaper across Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

Coinciding with this new chapter in LattéLife’s story is the appointment of two new Editors with over 50 years of combined media experience.

Sydney journalist Monique Butterworth is the new Editor of LattéLife Sydney, joining Moss Vale journalist Alex Speed, who was announced as Editor of LattéLife Southern Highlands recently.

The two capable Editors, will work closely together to provide readers with local and community news, the who’s who on the social whirl with legendary social snapper Bill Ranken, as well as the latest in entertainment, lifestyle, fashion, beauty, food, wine, motoring, travel, homes and interiors.

Monique says; “LattéLife’s niche within the Eastern Suburbs community has gone from strength to strength since its launch four years ago. I am thrilled to be joining the King Family and the talented team. I look forward to the challenge of breaking local news, presenting fabulous lifestyle features, highlighting social and community events and featuring thought-provoking editorial content.”

Alex says; “The Southern Highlands is made up of wonderfully creative, interesting, busy people, living full and fascinating lives. Not only is the area from Alpine to Canyonleigh beautiful, it is also a productive food bowl, a sporting and academic success story and increasingly a cultural and artistic mecca. I look forward to writing about the people of the Southern Highlands, and their stories, which together make our community so unique.

Source: King Media Group


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