She holds Australian Nationality and has a place with Caucasian Ethnicity. Her birth name is Melanie Louise McLaughlin. Hence, she would carry Manchester United bag while going to school.
He has been a journalist for more than 15 years. As well as presenting sport, Paul fills in as program co-host when Michael Rowland is on assignment.
Joe has more than 20 years experience in journalism and has been with the ABC since Joe's extensive reporting experience covers everything from drought and floods to sport and politics. Greg Jennett Greg Jennett has been reporting politics in the Canberra Parliament House Bureau for more than a decade; first for radio, then television news.
A journalist for 20 years, he has covered elections, leadership challenges, Pacific Island affairs, the Olympics and has reported on Defence matters through the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. He has been Bureau Chief in Canberra for six years and is currently reporting across a wide range of platforms, including as a presenter of the Capital Hill program on ABC News Peter has worked for the ABC for more than 30 years, covering numerous major sporting events.
An author, broadcaster, and journalist, Julia's writing has appeared in a number of publications in the US and Australia.
Julia was based in the USA from until , initially for a fellowship at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, then working at Newsweek as a columnist and deputy editor.
Baird began her career in journalism in at the Sydney Morning Herald and worked as a columnist, editor of the op-ed page, education reporter and election editor.
Kumi started at the ABC in at The 7. She is known to take on unusual adventures: running a desert marathon and spending four days on the ocean in the Sydney to Hobart.
Kumi is also a classical violinist and unashamedly drinks decaf. He began his weather career in Melbourne at the Bureau of Meteorology in At the bureau, Graham undertook intense training in weather observation and radar and upper atmospheric conditions. Beverley has been a journalist and presenter with the ABC for more than twenty years.
Her passion for international news has had her based with Australia Network for the past few years, broadcasting into Asia and the Pacific. Beverley has also worked in radio, spending five years as a presenter on ABC Radio.
Prior to the ABC, Beverley worked as a breakfast presenter on commercial radio and had a stint at Channel 7. Previously, Andrew was the ABC's Africa correspondent, working undercover in Zimbabwe on many occasions despite being banned from reporting there.
His investigation of Ethiopia's international adoption business led to a change in practices. A broadcaster, reporter, presenter and producer, Miriam has worked in the media since Miriam lives in Sydney. Annabel began her career in at The Adelaide Advertiser and moved on to cover politics for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, where she was a columnist and sketch-writer.
From to , Annabel was London correspondent for the Fairfax Sunday editions. At the end of , Annabel joined the ABC. She appears regularly on Insiders.
He is currently presenting Lateline, Monday to Thursday. He has anchored and reported in the field, for some of the network's most complex broadcasts including successive state and federal elections and budgets, the Brexit referendum, the Anzac Day centenary, Sydney's Martin Place siege, Melbourne's Commonwealth Games, and Perth's Claremont Serial Killer investigation.
He's the author of six books, including the Jumpman series for young adult readers, The True History of Stuff for children and The Form Guide and Spotfull for adult readers, based on content from his daily radio show. An award-winning journalist with a specialist business and finance background, Elysse has been at the ABC for almost a decade.
Prior to that Elysse worked at Sky News.
After joining the ABC as a rural reporter focusing on trade and resources her specialist knowledge saw her promoted to ABC News's national finance round. Alicia has more than 12 years' experience covering business news and trends, financial markets and economics; known for breaking news and her ability to provide analysis quickly.
Prior to this Alicia spent 3 years as a producer and reporter on the business desk at Sky News and has also worked as corporate finance public relations consultant. She is studying Applied Finance in a postgraduate capacity.