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Changes at InDaily: Appointments and improved website

InDaily has made some changes to our reporting team as we prepare to launch a new website, with easier navigation and a more comprehensive homepage.

InDaily's new website will be launched this week.

InDaily's new website will be launched this week.

Readers will see a refreshed website this week, with a simplified navigation to all of the news, opinion and features you’ve come to expect from Adelaide’s independent news website.

You’ll also find easy links to our growing network of affiliated sites, covering the best of South Australia, national news and local arts and culture.

Subscribers to our free daily newsletter will continue to get first access to our latest work, while all visitors to our homepage will find more local, independent journalism than ever before.

InDaily has also made some changes to its reporting team’s responsibilities, with Thomas Kelsall appointed state political reporter. Kelsall, who was named Young Journalist of the Year at the 2023 SA Media Awards, will continue InDaily’s tradition of fiercely independent, incisive coverage of South Australian politics.

Reporter Helen Karakulak will replace Kelsall as city reporter, covering Adelaide City Council and all issues affecting the CBD. She will continue to write news and features for CityMag, part of InDaily’s network.

Isabella Kelly, a recent graduate of law and journalism from UniSA, has been appointed as a breaking news reporter for InDaily.

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