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Sabra M. Lane

7.30 Chief Political Correspondent

Australian Broadcasting Corporation

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Australian Broadcasting Corporation

700 Harris Street

Ultimo, New South Wales,2007

Australia

Company Description

The ABC is Australia's only independent, national, commercial-free broadcaster which operates two television channels, four national radio networks, 60 local radio stations around Australia, three Internet music based services, the ABC Online website, as well ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Producer, Sunday Sunrise

Seven West Media Limited


Affiliations

National Press Club

Board Member


The Australian Workers' Union

National Secretary


Wentworth

Member


The Reserve Bank

Board Member


Education

journalism

University of South Australia


Med J Aust


Web References(180 Total References)


Self-funded retirees left bankrupt after bad advice from Commonwealth Bank financial planner Don Nguyen - Financial Resolutions Australia

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By Sabra Lane @ ABC News (2 July, 2014)


Reporting on adoption | Australian Institute of Family Studies

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Report from ABC's Sabra Lane about the Senate Inquiry and mothers' stories


Directors - National Press Club of Australia

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Director - Sabra Lane
Sabra Lane Director - Sabra Lane Sabra Lane joined the National Press Club board in 2014. Sabra started her journalism career in Adelaide more than 25 years ago. During that time she's worked at the Ten and Seven Networks, and had two stints at the ABC. She's filled a range of roles in both TV and radio - from reporting to executive producing and being the ABC's chief of staff for its Sydney TV newsroom. In 2008, Sabra moved to Canberra to cover federal politics and was appointed the chief political correspondent for the ABC's radio current affairs division in 2011, reporting for AM, PM and The World Today. She's currently the political correspondent for the ABC's flagship program 7.30. Sabra studied journalism at the University of South Australia. You can follow her on Twitter at @SabraLane.


New host, new sound for AM in its 50th year | About the ABC

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Sabra Lane, one of Australia's most experienced and respected political journalists, takes over the host's chair on Monday, January 30.
Sabra Lane Sabra Lane is regarded as one of the best political interviewers and most astute journalists in the country. She has been covering federal politics in Canberra since 2008 and has been Chief Political Correspondent on nightly TV current affairs flagship 7.30 since September 2013, when she replaced Chris Uhlmann in the role. Prior to that she was Chief Political Correspondent for Radio Current Affairs from July 2011, leading federal politics coverage for AM, The World Today and PM. Before going to Canberra Sabra was a reporter for ABC Radio Current Affairs in Sydney, as well as regular fill-in Executive Producer on AM, The World Today and PM. Prior to joining the ABC she was EP of the Seven Network's weekly national news and public affairs program Sunday Sunrise for more than four years. She also helped produce Seven News's coverage of the Sydney Olympics. Sabra began her journalism career in 1989 in Adelaide as a reporter/producer for the Ten Network.


Youth of the Year - Ulladulla Milton

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These include: Kevin Rudd; Peter Beattie, past premier of Queensland; the ABC's Sabra Lane and Senator Simon Birmingham.


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