Seven News Presenters and Reporters


They should just instate local bulletins at 11.30am. The Melbourne newsroom and studio is completely up and running at that time.


Seven certainly well for the exactly opposite of what they had. Two presenters who ooze personality to two who have difficulty interacting with each other.


No. It’s not.


Do we have a video or montage of this special bulletin from yesterday?


Sydney reporter Mylee Hogan is now reporting from Bali.


Seven News’ Mark Riley recognised with Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism**

Seven News Political Editor Mark Riley was last night recognised with the Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism for Commentary, Analysis, Opinion and Critique.

Riley accepted the award at the 63rd annual gala event in Brisbane for his collection of editorial articles published in Seven West Media’s The West Australian newspaper and online; Atrocities committed in God’s name mean church will never sway me ’, ‘ Live exports to Middle East based on a lie ’, and ‘ Disappointing’ Malcolm Turnbull comes under fire from his own faction ’.

On receiving the award, Riley said: “I’m thrilled with such humbling recognition from my peers, but more proud that the Seven West Media tradition of groundbreaking journalism is acknowledged at a time when our viewers and readers need frank, fair and forthright reporting more than ever.”

Network Director of News and Public Affairs, Craig McPherson said: “Be it on broadcast or in print, Mark’s incisive observations and insights hold supreme in a media landscape where supply is oh so plentiful. This acknowledgement is tremendous recognition of Mark’s ongoing body of work and the exceptional standard he sets.”

Seven News also congratulates Chief Reporter Chris Reason, a finalist in the Television/Video: News Reporting category for his coverage of the rescue in June this year of the Wild Boars soccer team from the Tham Luang cave system in Thailand. And reporter Laura Banks, a finalist in the Public Service Journalism category for her ‘Little Boy Dead’ investigation into the horrific case of a 20-month-old boy murdered by his foster mother in Dubbo in 2015.

The pinnacle of achievement for any Australian journalist, the annual Walkley Awards recognise and reward excellence, independence, innovation and originality in storytelling and distinctive reporting across 30 categories.


Friday -
Matt Carmichael presented sport on Morning News.


Friday -
Melina Sarris is presenting weather in Melbourne filling in for Jane Bunn.


Sunday -

Robert Ovadia is presenting 5pm News.

Melina Sarris presenting the weather in Melbourne filling in for Jane Bunn.



Friday (23.11.2018): Ben Davis presented sport.

Sunday (25.11.2018): Paul Burt presented the weather.


Monday -
Andrew McCormack presenting sport on Afternoon News in Melbourne.

Tuesday -
Sean Sowerby returned to presenting sport on Afternoon News.


Tuesday -

Jim Wilson presented sport in Sydney.


Wednesday (28.11.2018) - Thursday (29.11.2018): Sharyn Ghidella is anchoring solo in Brisbane as Max Futcher is reporting on the Bushfires from Central Queensland.

Ben Davis is presenting sport.


Thursday -

Jim Wilson presented sport in Sydney.



Mark Readings doing sport Update in Perth tonight


Thursday (29.11.2018) - Saturday (01.12.2018): Ben Davis presented Brisbane’s sport.


Sunday -

Jim Wilson is presenting sport on 5pm News/Sydney News tonight.


Sunday (02.12.2018): Ben Davis is presenting sport Brisbane sport. Laura Dymock is presenting the weather- her first since return from maternity leave.


Monday -

Blake Johnson is presenting Afternoon News in Melbourne today.