Felicity Davey

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Felicity Davey is an Australian journalist.

Career[edit]

Davey trained as a journalist at Curtin University in Perth, graduating in 1992. Felicity has worked for Radio 6PR in Perth, the ABC in Perth, 2GB, Channel Nine, Sky News and ABC Radio and Television News in Sydney.

In 2003, Davey was appointed weekend presenter of ABC News in New South Wales.

Felicity has previously hosted and been a fill in presenter on other ABC News programs, including The Midday Report, The 7.30 Report and Lateline. She also hosted the international Hemispheres program with Ian Hanomansing of CBC Television in Canada.[1]

In December 2012, Davey resigned as weekend presenter of ABC News NSW after 10 years in the role, to spend time with her family on weekends. She will remain with the ABC in a freelance capacity.

Personal life[edit]

Davey has two daughters.

References[edit]

Media offices
Preceded by
Juanita Phillips
ABC News NSW
Weekend Presenter

2003 - 2012
Succeeded by
Jeremy Fernandez