About Katrina Condie

A former Rural Press journalist and award-winning Fairfax newspaper editor on the NSW South Coast for more than 25 years, Katrina also has three years’ experience in property marketing with Raine & Horne’s leading principal. She runs her own freelance media and digital marketing business and is a mum to two teenage girls. Katrina’s family enjoys camping, traveling, musical theatre and spending lots of time at the beach.

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Cricket ‘tragic’ Rohail the new property lawyer on the block
Expert Advice
When it comes to residential, commercial and business property transactions, up-and-coming lawyer Rohail Azhar is getting plenty of runs on the board. Born in Canberra, Rohail spent his early childhood with his grandparents in Pakistan before returning to Australia where he finished his schooling and attended the University of Canberra, graduating with a Bachelor of Politics and International Relations and...
In-house physio addresses COVID-19 rehab delays
Local Leaders
For many years, Canberra orthopaedic surgeon Dr Damian Smith had thought about expanding his practice to include an in-house physiotherapy service, but it was the COVID-19 pandemic that finally kicked him into gear. While Dr Smith carried out his elective procedures during most of 2020, COVID-19 restrictions often meant his patients had limited access to preoperative and postoperative physiotherapy at...
Detlev’s smart homes changing the lives of NDIS clients
Local Leaders
Detlev’s Electrical is working on some pretty big construction projects, but the Canberra-based family business is now leading the way when it comes to changing people’s lives using home automation. While their booming commercial and residential departments have landed the company some shiny industry awards over the years, Detlev's managing director Grae Munro says their most recent project is making...
Women dominating ACT building boardrooms
Women are sitting at the head of the table in many boardrooms around Canberra, with gender bias being thrown out the window in the traditionally male-dominated building, construction and real estate industries. Grace Ferreira has been the Master Builders Association of ACT president for almost five years, and is the first female non-executive board member of Master Builders Australia in...