Success in young graphic designer’s DNA

A friendly battle was fought on the Riverland and Mallee Vocational Awards podium at the Berri Hotel on Friday night, with local painter and decorator Samuel Hill winning an industry award and his girlfriend, Print DNA graphic designer Chloe Rudd, taking out the 2017 Apprentice of the Year Award. Despite a bit of good-natured competition, Samuel said he was happy to see Chloe land the top award. PHOTO: Bree Bitomsky

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Sara Gilligan


Sara Gilligan completed a Bachelor of Journalism and a Bachelor of Writing and Creative Communication at the University of South Australia in 2014. She has spent the past year working as a journalist at the Murray Pioneer's sister paper The River News in Waikerie. Sara grew up in the Adelaide Hills before moving to the Riverland to pursue her career. She enjoys reading, writing and exploring the outdoors.

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