Current Affairs Speakers

Terry Tamminen

Terry Tamminen is the man behind Arnold Schwarzenneger's historic Green Initiatives. He was featured in Time Magazine's "Global Warming Survival Guide" and is a much sought after professional speaker. ...

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Tim Costello

Tim Costello is one of Australia's leading voices on social justice issues. Tim Costello's taken a prominent role in national debates on issues such as gambling, urban poverty, homelessness, reconciliation and substance abuse. Tim's also been instrumental in keeping the issues surrounding global poverty on the national agenda since February 2004, when he joined World Vision Australia as Chief Exec ...

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Tim Wilson

International Public Policy Analyst, Media Commentator and Presenter Tim is one of Australia's most challenging opinion makers drawing on strong philosophical principles, backed up with evidence, while maintaining a real-world edge. Passionate. Controversial. Fearless. He's not afraid to be outspoken in offering an optimistic solutions-focused perspective on local and international issues that ge ...

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Tony Jones

Tony is one of Australia's most acclaimed journalists, winning four awards including four of Australia's leading journalism awards, the Walkleys. Jones is currently the host of the ABC's Lateline, a television news and current affairs program. He also hosts the ABC's Q&A political panel discussion show. ...

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Tracey Spicer

Tracey Spicer is one of the most experienced and respected female news presenters on Australian television, with a career spanning 20 years, encompassing newsreading, documentary making, reporting, and radio broadcasting. ...

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Tracy Grimshaw

Tracy Grimshaw is the host of the Nine Network's A Current Affair and is one of Australia's most popular and recognisable faces, with a television career that spans 25 years. Since the 80s Tracy Grimshaw has graced our TV screens in many forms. From the hard hitting journo to breakfast TV personality. Tracy Grimshaw has proven that talent survives in the hard world of TV ratings ...

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Virginia Haussegger

Can today's women really 'have it all', or have we all been duped? When did the superwomen of the 80s become the wondering women of the new millennium? And where have all our achievements left us? When leading journalist Virginia Haussegger, frustrated and angry about her own childlessness, wrote an opinion piece for a major metropolitan newspaper she could never have anticipated the Pandora's Box ...

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Warren Brown

Warren Brown has been a full-time editorial newspaper cartoonist since the 80's and is currently cartoonist for the Sydney 'Daily Telegraph'. He's also a keen history buff who likes to spend his weekends turning spanners and skinning his knuckles on vintage and historic cars. He's a regular on television current affairs programs and has a weekly motoring column, 'Warren's Wheels' in the Friday e ...

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Wendy McCarthy

Wendy McCarthy is an experienced manager and company director who began her career as a secondary school teacher. She moved out of the classroom into public life in 1968 and since then has been an advocate, educator and change agent in Australia and internationally. Wendy currently chairs headspace - Australia's National Youth Mental Health Foundation, Circus Oz, McGrath Estate Agents and Paci ...

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Yalda Hakim

Dateline presenter and video journalist Yalda Hakim came to Australia after her father smuggled his young family out of Afghanistan on horseback to escape the Soviet invasion. Yalda was just six-months-old. The emotional return to Yalda's Kabul was the subject of her first report for Dateline. Since then, she's reported from across the world for Dateline and SBS's World News Australia, winning t ...

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