Macquarie National News

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Macquarie National News is the name of the news service provided by Macquarie Radio Network Pty Ltd. It reaches both Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, through the radio stations 2GB, 2CH and SEN 1116. It is also heard between 6:00-9:00am weekdays on 2KY and the Sky Racing Network.

It provides half-hourly radio news bulletins, weather and traffic reports. It also produces a number of video bulletins each day.

On September 16, 2009 the company shut down its news website, livenews.com.au after two years of existence citing poor financial returns.[1]

Newsreaders and Reporters
  • Erin Maher
    Head of News & Morning Reader
  • Joel Labi
    Breakfast Reader
  • Natalie Peters
    Afternoon Reader
  • Jessica Campanaro
    Drive Reader
  • Gillian Cannon
    Breakfast Editor and Reporter
  • Heidi Tiltins
    State Parliament Reporter
  • Marcus Butler
    Federal Parliament Reporter
  • Gil Taylor
    Court Reporter
  • Kelly Fedor
    Police Reporter
  • Katie Kimberley
    Reporter & Reader
  • Caitlin Pugh
    Reporter & Reader
  • David Marchese
    Reporter & Reader
  • Caelin Worthington
    Reporter & Reader
  • Stephanie Borys
    Reporter & Reader
  • Tiffiny Genders
    Reporter & Reader
  • Mark Levy
    Sports Reporter PM
  • Tim Sowden
    Sports Reporter AM
  • Mitchell Kleem
    Reporter
SEN Newsreaders and Reporters
  • Christie Kerr
    Breakfast Reader
  • Melissa Polemini
    Reporter & Reader
  • Catherine Sligar
    Reporter
  • Anthony Laughton
    Reporter & Reader
LIVENEWS Reporters and Producers
  • Anil Lambert-Patel
    Editor
  • Dominick Brock
    Sports Editor
  • Jesse Perez
    Entertainment Editor
  • Tim Brunero
    Online Reporter and Columnist
  • Yasmin Bright
    Video Journalist
  • Annika Burgess
    Online News Producer
  • Richard Maxton
    Online News Producer
  • Michael Patrick
    Online News Producer
International Correspondents
  • Harley Carnes
    New York
  • Peter Russell
    London
  • Craig Gabriel
    Tennis Correspondent
Former International Correspondents
  • Connie Lawn
    Washington
  • Wellington Long
    Bonn
  • Rajan Gupta
    New Delhi
  • David Fineburg
    Jerusalem
  • John Raedler
    New York
  • Malcolm Stuart
    London
  • Richard Arnold
    Los Angeles

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