Australian reporters and correspondents

Posted Oct 28, 2009
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  1. Michael Ware

    Michael Ware


    Michael Ware (born 25 March 1969) is an Australian journalist formerly with CNN and was for several years based in their Baghdad bureau. He joined CNN in May 2006, after five years with sister publication Time. His last on-air appearance for the network was in December 2009.

  2. Derryn Hinch

    Derryn Hinch


    Derryn Nigel Hinch (born 9 February 1944) is a New Zealand-born Australian media personality, best known for his work on Melbourne radio and television.

  3. Gordon Elliott

    Gordon Elliott


    Gordon Elliott (born 30 September 1956) is a British-born Australian journalist and producer. He is the executive producer of ABC's daytime program The Chew, and had his own eponymous 1990s TV talk show program, The Gordon Elliott Show.

  4. Amber Sherlock

    Amber Sherlock


    Amber Sherlock (nee Higlett) is an Australian journalist and television news presenter.

  5. Lee Lin Chin

    Lee Lin Chin


    Lee Lin Chin is the weekend presenter of World News Australia on the Australian SBS TV, a network addressing a multi-cultural audience. She has been part of SBS for many years.

  6. Anton Enus

    Anton Enus


  7. Hamish Macdonald (broadcaster)

    Hamish Macdonald (broadcaster)


    Hamish Macdonald is an Australian broadcast journalist and news presenter. Macdonald has previously worked at networks including Channel 4, ITV and Al Jazeera English.

  8. Kate Webb

    Kate Webb


    Kate Webb (24 March 1943 – 13 May 2007) was a New Zealand-born Australian war correspondent for UPI and Agence France Presse.

  9. Lisa Millar

    Lisa Millar


    Lisa Millar is an Australian Walkley Award winning journalist, primarily employed as a reporter for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, who is currently the Chief of the ABC Washington Bureau.

  10. Jayce Barker

    Jayce Barker


  11. Margaret Jones (journalist)

    Margaret Jones (journalist)


    Margaret Mary Jones (8 October 1923 – 30 July 2006) was an Australian journalist, noted for being one of the first accredited to China after the Cultural Revolution, and first female Foreign Editor on any Australian newspaper. Described as a 'trailblazer for women journalists', she wrote for John Fairfax Limited for a total of thirty-three years.

  12. Rahni Sadler

    Rahni Sadler


    Rahni Sadler (born 1972) is a senior reporter at the Seven Network's flagship public affairs program, Sunday Night.

  13. Chris Bombolas

    Chris Bombolas


    Chris Bombolas (born 12 May 1960) (often known as Bomber) is a communications and media specialist, and a television and radio presenter. A former sports reporter for 21 years with the Nine Network in Brisbane. A former Australian politician, he served for one term as the Labor member for Chatsworth in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 2006 to 2009.

  14. Wilfred Burchett

    Wilfred Burchett


    Wilfred Graham Burchett (16 September 1911 - 27 September 1983) was an Australian journalist known for his reporting of conflicts in Asia and his Communist sympathies. He was the first foreign correspondent to enter Hiroshima after the atomic bomb was dropped, and he attracted controversy for his activities during the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

  15. Michael Schildberger

    Michael Schildberger


    Michael Julius Schildberger (4 April 1938 – 2 June 2010) was an Australian journalist, radio and television presenter, and author. He is best known for hosting A Current Affair in the 1970s.

  16. Murray Nicoll

    Murray Nicoll


    Murray Nicoll (20 July 1943 – 2 May 2010) was an Australian journalist and broadcaster whose career spanned more than 45 years. He was best known for providing reports on 5DN radio from his own burning home during the Ash Wednesday fires of 1983. His reports on the fire and the destruction of his house earned Nicoll a Walkley Award.

  17. Kylie Morris

    Kylie Morris


    Kylie Morris is an Australian newsreader. She moved to the United Kingdom in 1998 after working with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. She started working for the BBC in 2000 as a foreign correspondent. During her time there she covered the second intifada in Gaza, and postwar Afghanistan. She was based in Thailand at the time of the Indian Ocean tsunami and has reported from war-time Iraq. She left the BBC in 2006 when she joined Channel 4 as its Asian correspondent. Her first assignment for Channel 4 was the conflict in Lebanon in July 2006. She also interviewed Gary Glitter inside his Vietnamese prison in 2007.

  18. Steve Dunleavy

    Steve Dunleavy


    Stephen Francis Patrick Aloysius Dunleavy (born 21 January 1938 in Sydney, Australia), is a journalist best known as a columnist for the New York Post. He was a lead reporter on the US tabloid television program A Current Affair in the 1980s and 1990s.

  19. Robert Penfold

    Robert Penfold


    Robert Penfold (born 1951) is a Foreign Correspondent for Australia's Nine News.

  20. Mal Walden

    Mal Walden


    Mal Walden (born 20 May 1945) is a former Australian journalist and television news presenter based in Melbourne. Until his retirement, he was the longest continually serving face on Australian television with 43 years presenting. Walden was the main presenter of Melbourne's Ten Eyewitness News from Monday to Wednesday until 2013.

  21. Peter Greste

    Peter Greste


    Peter Greste (born 1 December 1965) is a Latvian-Australian journalist and correspondent. He has worked as a correspondent for Reuters, CNN and the BBC, predominantly in the Middle East, Latin America and Africa.

  22. Sylvia Jeffreys

    Sylvia Jeffreys


    Sylvia Jeffreys (born 23 April 1986) is an Australian journalist and news presenter.

  23. Margot O'Neill

    Margot O'Neill

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    Margot O'Neill (born 16 May 1958) is an Australian senior reporter, journalist, with ABC TV's Lateline program. She has been a journalist for over 25 years in television, radio and newspapers in Australia and overseas covering politics, national security and social justice issues and has worked on a variety of ABC programs including the investigative flagship program, Four Corners. O'Neill has twice won Australia's Walkley Awards including for Best Investigative Reporting and also has twice been awarded a UNAA Media Award for TV current affairs in 1998 for 'Death Sentence' on 4 Corners and in 2013 for "Aged Care Crisis" on Lateline. She has also written a book called Blind Conscience (UNSW Press 2008) telling the stories of some of the key players in Australia's refugee advocacy movement. It won the 2009 Human Rights award for best non-fiction. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Politics) degree from Melbourne University. During her Melbourne University years, she was the lead singer in The Schnorts and The Jetsonnes with Ormond College students, then disbanded in September 1980 when she decided to pursue journalism full-time.

  24. Peter Bowers (Australian journalist)

    Peter Bowers (Australian journalist)


    Peter Bowers (1930 – 28 June 2010) was an Australian journalist. He was awarded a Walkley Award in 1992 for Most Outstanding Contribution to Journalism in the Senior Journalism Section.

  25. Douglas Lockwood

    Douglas Lockwood


    Douglas Wright Lockwood (9 July 1918 – 21 December 1980) was an Australian newspaperman and author.

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