Horsham to Brisbane: One couple's story of navigating long-distance love in the time of coronavirus

Eliza Berlage
Updated April 8 2020 - 1:25pm, first published April 6 2020 - 7:30pm
TECHNICAL ISSUES: Lizzy Moxham and her boyfriend Sam Gahan video call almost every day but their internet connection isn't as reliable as their relationship. Pictures: SUPPLIED
TECHNICAL ISSUES: Lizzy Moxham and her boyfriend Sam Gahan video call almost every day but their internet connection isn't as reliable as their relationship. Pictures: SUPPLIED

Horsham nurse Lizzy Moxham has been finding ways to stay close to her boyfriend Sam Gahan in Brisbane despite being separated by more than 1700 kilometres and a closed border.

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Eliza Berlage

Eliza Berlage made the move to Horsham to report for the Wimmera Mail-Times in October 2019. Originally from Sydney, she has a sociology background and spent two years working in the press gallery in Canberra.

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