Rick Neville goes from APN to NPA

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  • April 23, 2013
  • StopPress Team
Rick Neville goes from APN to NPA

Seasoned news man and former APN New Zealand regional chief operating officer  Rick Neville is stepping into a part-time advisory role at the Newspaper Publishers' Association (NPA).

Neville takes over Tim Pankhurst as the industry body's editorial adviser, providing counseling on media issues and government lobbying work.

Apart from his COO role, Neville was also the editor-in-chief for APN's regional publications.

He was originally brought into the company to oversee the launch of the Herald on Sunday  a decade ago. He left APN in March following a restructuring within the company.

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  • February 18, 2019
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