After cutting his teeth at his local paper the Croydon Advertiser, Rob Horgan packed his bags and jetted to Spain to head up the news desk at the Olive Press newspaper.
Hunting down most wanted criminals and exposing crooked expats on the Costa del Sol, Horgan carved out a niche for himself as a top crime reporter in Spain.
After three years on the continent, he headed back to the UK to freelance as a reporter for many of the UK’s national papers.
A year-long stint as deputy editor at IT magazine PCR followed, before Horgan joined the ranks at New Civil Engineer in April 2018.
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