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Sally Loane


Authors - Current Affairs - Emcee - Health - Journalism - Legal & Political - Media - Politics - Radio Personalities - Social Issues - Women in Business - World Affairs

Respected Journalist and Radio Host

Journalist, author and former radio host of ABC’s 702 Morning program, Sallyanne is one of Australia’s most respected journalists with over 25 years in the business. Her extensive experience reporting on political, social and consumer issues in the international and local arenas draws a loyal and growing audience.

The National Times, the Times on Sunday and the Age during her time in the Canberra press gallery, and the Sydney Morning Herald and the Sun Herald in Sydney. She was also the consumer affairs editor for the Daily News in Durban, South Africa.

She was a newsreader and news journalist with the 10 Network in Brisbane. During her time in the Canberra press gallery she also contributed regularly to the current affairs program, the Carleton-Walsh Report on ABC TV with Max Walsh and Richard Carleton.

Her first book, “Who Cares? Guilt, Hope and the Child-Care Debate" was published in 1997. Sally has contributed to other books, including the 2002 Random House book: “What Women Want" with a chapter called “Losing John".
Sally Loane has also been a leading weekly columnist with the Sun-Herald newspaper and contributes to other publications, including the (sydney) magazine.

Sally Loane has a great deal of experience in public speaking both as a guest speaker and as an MC, or facilitator.

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