WELCOME MESSAGE: Community advocate Anne O’Connor signs a card welcoming journalist Peter Greste home. Morning Bulletin editor Frazer Pearce looks on.
WELCOME MESSAGE: Community advocate Anne O’Connor signs a card welcoming journalist Peter Greste home. Morning Bulletin editor Frazer Pearce looks on. Chris Ison Rokcgreste

Sign up to welcome back journalist Peter Greste

WELCOME home Peter Greste.

Four words that speak volumes for freedom of the press and for the courage of one man who was just doing his job.

The Morning Bulletin is inviting Central Queenslanders to help us celebrate his safe return home, after 400 days in an Egyptian prison, by signing a giant living card.

Staff and management from radio and television including 7 local news, WIN News Rockhampton, ABC, 4RO, Sea FM, Hot FM and Community Radio 4YOU are also invited to sign.

It will be at the Kern Arcade markets tomorrow and at the Bulletin's front office foyer at 220 Bolsover St from Monday. People are welcome to come and sign the card. The card will be sent to Peter from the people of the region as a symbol of our celebration of his safe return home and of our solidarity as a people.



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