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SYDNEY: The editors-in-chief of Fairfax Media's The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age have quit, local media reported on Monday.
Peter Fray, The Sydney Morning Herald's publisher and editor-in-chief, and the newspaper's editor Amanda Wilson made their announcements to staff on Monday that they are standing down and leaving the company, Xinhua news agency quoted the Sydney Morning Herald as saying.
The Age's editor-in-chief Paul Ramadge is also stepping down, the newspaper said.
"I'm leaving an organisation that has been my passion, my every day and really a place of learning for 16 years," Ramadge told the Age Online.
"But I also have some growing excitement about how I may be able to use my skills elsewhere," he added.
The announcement comes only days after Fairfax's announcement of 1,900 job cuts across the company. -- BERNAMA