Simon Dallow

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Simon Dallow
Born Simon Dallow
(1964-06-18) 18 June 1964 (age 50)
Ethnicity New Zealander/Māori
Occupation Broadcast journalist, Barrister

Simon Dallow (born 18 June 1964) is a New Zealand journalist, Barrister and a television personality.

Early years[edit]

Dallow, who is the son of Ross Dallow,[1] was educated at Liston College and St Peter's College. He completed his tertiary education at Auckland University, where he studied law. After completing his legal studies, Dallow practised as a litigation and insurance lawyer in Auckland, New Zealand.[2]

Whilst on his OE, the 1987 stock market crash occurred, causing him to change careers, as a future in bankruptcy law was unappealing. Dallow then spent the next six years as a tour director in Europe. He returned to New Zealand in 1993.[2]

Dallow married Alison Mau in 1996, the couple had two children. They separated in 2009 after being together for 13 years.[2]

Career[edit]

Dallow was employed by TVNZ as a presenter for TV2's Newsnight[3] and anchored several news and current affairs programmes for the network. He currently works as the primary co-anchor of One News. The programme is normally broadcast live from an Auckland city studio; however, Dallow often broadcasts live on location for breaking news stories.

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