Hundreds of people worked at The Goulburn Post over its 150-year history.
The masthead marked its sesquicentenary on October 6 this year and published a special 88-page edition on October 28 to mark the occasion.
It's been a workplace filled with camaraderie, hard work but time for socialising and sharing the community's highs and lows.
We've been there throughout major milestones in Goulburn's history, from the 1880s boom, depressions, wars and fires, but also the many happy times such as Rocky Hill War Memorial's construction, the Olympic relay's arrival in town, 150thbirthday celebrations, Lilac Festivals and so much more.
The Post has had some wonderful editors over the years, including the influential Thomas Hebblewhite and his successor Henry Pinn. Later, Ray Leeson stamped his mark as the longest serving editor. He retired in 1988 after 36 years in the role. John Thistleton followed in his footsteps and then Maryann Weston blazed a trail as the first female editor.
But the life of a newspaper is about more than editors and journalists. The advertising sales team, reception and production department have been just as crucial to "keeping the cogs turning."
We've compiled photos of just some of the staff who have served at The Goulburn Post and its preceding mastheads from 1895 to today. It is not intended as an exhaustive list or to diminish the service of those who have given years of service.
Meantime, we hope you enjoy our collection of stories looking back at the newspaper's history.
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