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Media Releases Media release: Early intervention with families proven way to reduce elder abuse. After two years of presenting the national morning news, Chris Bath returned to her former role as weekend news presenter in , swapping roles with Ann Sanders. Bath took over as main weeknight presenter from Monday 30 November while former Nine News presenter Mark Ferguson took over as weekend presenter on Saturday 28 November The bulletin retained its ratings lead until , when it lost to the rival Nine News bulletin for the first time in seven years.

In January , Mark Ferguson was appointed weeknight presenter, replacing Chris Bath due to poor ratings. Bath became weekend presenter and continued to host Sunday Night until her resignation in July , [28] after which Melissa Doyle took over. Doyle moved into a new expanded role as senior correspondent and host of Sunday Night. Peter Mitchell previously held the role of weekend presenter for Seven Nightly News between and when he replaced the short-lived presenting duo of David Johnston and Anne Fulwood.

Jennifer Keyte was appointed as weeknight presenter in , becoming Australia's first solo female primetime commercial news presenter. Following decades of coming second in television ratings to Nine News Melbourne and Ten Eyewitness News Melbourne , Seven News Melbourne went into a tight contest to win the ratings battle in Seven News overtook the rival Nine bulletin in the ratings in As of , Seven has lost its ratings lead at 6 pm to 9 pm. Sport is presented by Shane Webcke on weeknights and Pat Welsh on weekends.

The bulletin is also simulcast in Brisbane on local radio station Regional Queensland viewers in the Sunshine Coast , Wide Bay-Burnett , Toowoomba , Rockhampton , Mackay , Townsville and Cairns television markets receive a trimmed down minute version of the newshour on weeknights via Seven Queensland , with a live simulcast on weekends.

Previously, Tracey Challenor presented the weekend news for sixteen years until her resignation in February Cummins was first appointed to the weekday weather in after more than a year of the Brisbane bulletin not having a weather presenter; former kids show presenter Tony Johnston had this role in Cummins was replaced by former Nine weatherman John Schluter in early and she was moved to weekends. Ghidella joined Seven News in and replaced Challenor.

She had presented Seven News Brisbane solo for the previous nine months following the retirement of Frank Warrick. In , Seven News Brisbane was officially the 1 bulletin in Brisbane, winning all 40 ratings weeks. It was also announced that Ghidella will present a local edition of Today Tonight , which was axed in January in favour of the bulletin's one hour extension. In March , McDonald was removed as co-anchor of the bulletin, [34] and was replaced by Max Futcher following poor ratings.

News updates for Brisbane are presented by Max Futcher or Sharyn Ghidella throughout the afternoon and the early evening. Sport is presented by Bruce Abernethy on weeknights and Mark Soderstrom on weekends.

Weather is presented by Amelia Mulcahy on weeknights and Tim Noonan on weekends. From to Graeme Goodings presented Seven News Adelaide on weeknights with Doyle until he was diagnosed with bowel cancer.

Goodings and Riddell, the then weekend news presenter, agreed to swap roles, allowing for Goodings' rehabilitation. However, as the television industry was consolidating in Australia, these news services had each become associated by ownership with inter-state news services being broadcast on opposite frequencies; therefore, to simplify network interaction, their respective networks agreed to swap channel assignments and network affiliations in Adelaide.

In December , production of Seven News moved from studios located at Gilberton to a new purpose-built space at Hindmarsh. In , Seven News Adelaide won every single ratings weeknight against the rival Nine News Adelaide , [37] but in started to lose some nights to Nine as Seven News as a whole suffered its worst ratings figures for over a decade. News updates are regularly presented by reporters or fill-in presenters. Weather is presented by Samantha Jolly on weeknights. Long standing Seven News Perth presenter Jeff Newman announced his retirement from television on 1 July , and retired from his role on Monday 10 August He was replaced by former Nine News Perth weather presenter Natalia Cooper , who began her new role during September Cooper resigned from Seven Perth at the end of with ex-Nine weather presenter Angela Tsun taking over as her replacement for the 4: In , Rick Ardon and Susannah Carr celebrated a thirty-year anniversary as a news reading duo.

They are one of the longest serving dual news presenter teams in the world and the dual-presenter format used by Seven News Perth has been highly successful. In contrast to previous struggles seen in Sydney and Melbourne in the late s, Seven News Perth has led in the ratings for decades, well ahead of Ten Eyewitness News Perth and Nine News Perth by as many as , viewers. Yvette Mooney was the weekend news presenter until she was diagnosed with breast cancer in and subsequently left the network in June Local news bulletins for Regional Queensland are broadcast each weeknight at 6pm, in all seven regional areas: They are followed by a shortened 30 minute version of Seven News Brisbane.

The bulletins are repeated on a half hour delay on 7Two at 6. Nathan Spurling presents sport with Livio Regano presenting weather for all seven sub-regions. Reporters and camera crews are based at newsrooms in each of the seven regions with studio presentation for the Cairns, Townsville, Mackay, Darling Downs, Rockhampton and Wide Bay bulletins pre-recorded at studios in Maroochydore.

The Sunshine Coast edition of Seven News is broadcast live, but may also exchange it to any of the six pre-recorded regions at certain circumstances e. News editing is undertaken by the local newsrooms, and sent to the main Maroochydore studios for transmission.

In early , WIN Television launched a competing service publicly stating that it would beat Seven in the ratings within six months. At the end of the ratings season, after a new station head Laurie Patton had overseen a comprehensive re-vamping of the program and its external promotions, Seven Local News had actually increased its audience share by six ratings points.

In early , Seven Local News was re-introduced in the Townsville and Cairns sub-markets as a result of regulations regarding local content on regional television introduced by the Australian Broadcasting Authority now the Australian Communications and Media Authority. On 5 March , Seven Local News bulletins commenced production and broadcasts in a widescreen standard-definition digital format.

Seven Local News was the first regional news service in regional Queensland to convert to widescreen. This lasted until July , when rival Nine News began to rollout local composite bulletins for their statewide affiliate Southern Cross Television which has carried Nine programming since July From 11 July , these editions are consolidated with the Seven News branding, though the openers of these editions remained to address as Seven Local News.

The Local News branding was completely phased out on 5 September in favour of the Seven News brand. The bulletin airs on weeknights at 5. The bulletin does not air during the Australian Open tennis season. On 4 July , a new local bulletin for the Gold Coast was introduced, produced and broadcast live from Seven's Surfers Paradise studio. From its launch, weekend bulletins were also produced, which made Seven the only network to produce local Gold Coast bulletins seven days a week.

However, weekend bulletins were axed in November , citing cost cutting measures. In February , Amanda who formerly presented the axed weekend edition joined Rod in presenting the weeknight local bulletin.

Seven News at 7 aired at 7: The bulletin aired on the Seven Network 's secondary channel, 7Two across Australia and it first aired on 5 August and was first presented by Mark Ferguson , [39] with Doyle taking over a week later.

On 28 April , the bulletin was removed from the schedule. Sunrise is the network's breakfast program, aired weekdays from 5: Weekend Sunrise is the weekend edition of Sunrise , aired Saturday and Sunday mornings from 7: Today Tonight is the network's tabloid current affairs program, aired weeknights in Adelaide and Perth at 6: The program previously ran local editions in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne before being cancelled in with their respective news bulletins expanded from thirty minutes to a full hour.

Sunday Night is the network's current affairs and investigative journalism program, aired on Sunday nights at 8: The news service, and in particular its news director Peter Meakin and reporter Adam Walters , came under heavy criticism in for the decision to air a story on then-New South Wales Transport Minister David Campbell as homosexual.

We've got a criminal milieu in this city and he laid himself open to all sorts of threats and blackmail. Seven's decision to run the story was derided by other politicians and several rival media outlets as "not a good moment for the media coverage of Macquarie Street", [43] "old-fashioned" [44] and an act of "pathetic snooping".

Seven's justification for airing the story was initially that Campbell had misused his Ministerial vehicle, [41] however this allegation was quickly shown to be untrue by other media outlets, as New South Wales Ministers have full private use of their Ministerial vehicles.

The Australian Communications and Media Authority instigated an investigation into Seven's conduct in this matter, under the industry's self-regulated code of conduct.

It accepted the public interest justification put forward by Seven, that Campbell's actions left him "vulnerable to compromise or blackmail". In , under the freedom of information laws, Seven News obtained footage showing Opposition leader Tony Abbott speaking about the recent death of an Australian soldier in Afghanistan. Seven News edited the clips, then broadcast them that evening.

After the incident, many media websites labeled the story a "ratings grab" for the network. The following morning, rival networks, obtained the same footage as Seven News and broadcast another part of the interview not seen on the original report showing military leaders agreeing with Tony saying "It certainly does", backing his claims that his words had been taken out of context.

Seven News reporter Mark Riley appeared on Sunrise and many other radio shows defending the claims and the report that aired. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see 7 News Pakistan. Sunday Night Australian TV program. Retrieved 7 June Retrieved 20 March Archived from the original on 6 August Retrieved 27 June

Or most of us. In JanuaryMark Ferguson was appointed weeknight presenter, replacing Chris Bath due to poor ratings. On 4 Julya new local bulletin for the Gold Coast was introduced, produced and broadcast live from Seven's Surfers Paradise studio. The Mission by John Williams Late s-present. The Census aims to count every dwelling in the country. They also attend to access support and to learn from .

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