Sarah Cumming

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Sarah Cumming is an Australian journalist.

Career[edit]

Cumming completed her Journalism degree at the University of South Australia, where she majored in International Relations. She has covered many stories and gained a wealth of experience at a number of places including Southern Cross Ten in Canberra, DMG Regional Radio in North Queensland, being general news reporter and fill in presenter on Seven News Adelaide and she was a part of the news team at Nova 91.9 Adelaide.

In 2007, Cumming moved to Sydney to work as a reporter for Seven News, where she was a fill in weather presenter for Sara Groen and filled in for Natalie Barr on Sunrise.

In February 2010, Cumming was appointed as Saturday news presenter on Weekend Sunrise she however left this position due to becoming weather presenter on Seven News Sydney.

In November 2010, it was announced that Cumming would replace Sara Groen as weather presenter on Seven News Sydney. She started on 29 November 2010. She remained in this role until taking maternity leave towards the end of 2015; she was replaced by David Brown.[1]

In November 2017, Cumming resigned from the Seven Network after 13 years with the network.

Cumming has been a regular fill-in presenter on The Morning Show, The Daily Edition and a fill-in news presenter on Weekend Sunrise.

Personal life[edit]

Cumming is married to former AFL player Stuart Dew and they have two children.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Craig McPherson: News and current affairs boss tipped to deliver more bad news for Seven staff". The Sunday Telegraph. 17 July 2016. Retrieved 7 October 2017. 
  2. ^ Stuart Dew settles in (Herald Sun) 19 June 2010
  3. ^ Weather almost ruins weather presenter Sarah Cumming's wedding to Stuart Dew (The Daily Telegraph) 23 December 2013
Media offices
Preceded by
Originator
Weekend Sunrise
Saturday news presenter

February 2010 - December 2010
Succeeded by
Jessica Rowe
Preceded by
Sara Groen
Seven News Sydney
Weather presenter

November 2010 - September 2015
Succeeded by
David Brown