Helen Trinca


Helen Trinca grew up in Perth and moved to Sydney in 1980. She has held a number of senior jobs in Australian journalism and is at present managing editor of the Australian

Helen has co-authored two books on work and industrial issues: Waterfront: The Battle That Changed Australia (with Anne Davies) (Random House, 2000); and Better than Sex: How a Whole Generation Got Hooked on Work (with Catherine Fox) (Random House, 2004). 

She is the author of the biography Madeleine: A Life of Madeleine St John (Text Publishing, 2013).


Like a tourist with benefits

MemoirI HAVE A friend who says she weeps every time the plane descends over her hometown of Johannesburg. She has been away from South Africa for forty years but she is brought to tears whenever she catches sight of...

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