Nine News Melbourne

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Nine News Melbourne
Nine News Melbourne opener title.jpg
Opening title
Genre News
Presented by News:
Peter Hitchener (weeknights)
Alicia Loxley (weekends)
Tony Jones (weeknights)
Clint Stanaway (weekends)
Livinia Nixon (weeknights)
Justine Conway (weekends)
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 54
No. of episodes Every day since 1957
Location(s) Melbourne, VIC
Running time One hour (including commercials)
Original network Nine Network
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 1957 (as Television City News)
1970 (as National Nine News)
1976 (as 9 Eyewitness News)
1980 (as National Nine News)
2008 (as Nine News) – present

Nine News Melbourne is the weeknight, flagship news bulletin of the Nine Network. It is screened in Melbourne, and across Victoria (weekends only).

Like all Nine News bulletins, the Melbourne bulletin runs for one hour, from 6PM every day.[1] It comprises local, national and international news, as well as sport, weather and finance.

Peter Hitchener, presenter of Nine News Melbourne

Current Presenters[edit]



  • Alicia Loxley (2011–present)
  • Clint Stanaway (2011–present)
  • Justine Conway (2016–present)

Fill-in presenters[edit]

  • Tony Jones (news)
  • Brett McLeod (news)
  • Dougal Beatty (news)
  • Corey Norris (sport)
  • Ayrton Woolley (sport)
  • Madeline Slattery (weather)

Past Presenters[edit]


  1. ^ Kalina, Paul; Ellis, Scott (6 January 2014). "Nine quietly switches to hour-long news". The Age. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 7 January 2014.