Georgina Lewis

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Georgina Lewis is an Australian journalist and news presenter.


Lewis took over from Marie-Louise Theile at the end of 2007 after several years as a reporter, fill-in presenter and weather presenter.[1]

As a student, Georgina studied at University of New England, and later at the University of Nebraska, one of the United States leading journalism schools. On returning to Australia she worked in regional Queensland in radio and later as a presenter for regional editions of Ten News.

She joined the news team in Brisbane as a reporter but soon became a regular stand by presenter. She has presented a number of different bulletins at Ten, including the national morning and weekend news, and Brisbane's summer edition news. She was appointed weather presenter in 2004. In 2007, Marie-Louise Theile announced she would leave Ten News after over 15 years as Brisbane presenter, Georgina stepped into the role immediately after.

In November 2012, Lewis stopped hosting alongside Bill McDonald for Ten News at Five. Network Ten, in December 2012, appointed Lewis as the solo anchor of the Brisbane version of the revived Ten Eyewitness News.[2]


  1. ^ Georgina Lewis to replace Theile
  2. ^ Hardie, Giles (13 November 2012). "More cuts as Ten confirms Bill Woods, Ron Wilson to exit". WA Today. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 

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Preceded by
Marie-Louise Theile
Ten Eyewitness News Brisbane

2007 - present
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Shree Sparkes
Ten News at Five Brisbane
Weather Presenter

2004 - 2007
Succeeded by
Amanda Fitzgerald