Seven News is the television news service of the Seven Network in Australia.
National bulletins are presented from Seven's studios in Martin Place, Sydney, or Docklands, Melbourne while flagship 6pm bulletins are produced in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth. The network also produces Seven Local News bulletins for parts of regional Queensland. The news service is retransmitted via a number of regional affiliates, including Prime Television, the Golden West Network, Southern Cross Television and WIN Television in South Australia and Griffith. It draws upon the resources of ITV, NBC, TVNZ, CBC, CNN, APTN and Reuters for select international coverage. The network's director of news and current affairs is Rob Raschke.
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... Seven News Perth broadcasts live each night at 6pm with an afternoon bulletin also airing on weekdays at 430pm ... Ardon and Carr have anchored the 6pm bulletin since 1985, making them the longest serving TV news presenting team in Australia ... Blake Johnson or Samantha Jolly present the weekend news with sport by former West Coast Eagles player Adrian Barich ...
... In 2011, Seven News obtained footage under freedom of information laws showing Opposition Leader Tony Abbott speaking about the recent death of an Australian soldier in ... Seven news edited the clips broadcast that evening taking the comments out of context ... Seven News reporter Mark Riley appeared on Sunrise and many other radio shows defending the claims and the report that aired ...
... SAS-10 Adelaide, now SAS-7 as a sports reporter and presenter for Eyewitness News ... In 1983 he became news presenter and remained in that role for over 20 years, even after SAS swapped its affiliation from the Ten Network to the Seven Network ... Goodings was joined at the news desk by Jane Doyle in 1989 and together they took Seven Nightly News to the top of the ratings ...
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