Meet our news team -
Matt has been knocking about radio newsrooms for more than a decade, and his still not sick of them! Matt began his career in Western Sydney, before working his way around Australia. He’s passionate about community news..and the Macarthur is a great community so expect to hear him reporting on it....a lot!
The Kiama High School girl bestowed with the "Could Talk Under Wet Cement" award graduated from the University of Wollongong.Renee's goals include one day understanding the game of cricket and the physics of the chocolate brownie, conquering her fear of moths and perfecting her French to the point where she can present a complete news bulletin "en français".
Often referred to (by himself) as Bowral's finest export since the great Sir Donald Bradman, Simon's new to the journalism game after recently graduating from the University of Wollongong. He's a sport's tragic, and a diehard Manly supporter (but don't hold it against him).
When she was a kid, Desiree’s school reports always read “talks too much and distracts others” - now she gets paid to do it. Call her a newshound, call her a raconteur .. or call her a gossip. Whatever you need to know - whether it's the latest on Coal Seam Gas mining, or Justin Beibers latest scandal – she’s you're gal.
Nicole always looks at the desert menu before choosing the main course and thinks there’s nothing better than a good laugh. She graduated from the University of Wollongong with a BA in Communications in 1996. She is married to Paul and has two children Jake and Lily.
Born and bred in South Western Sydney, Mia studied Journalism at Macleay College and Southern Cross University in Sydney before beginning her media career in the C91.3FM & i98FM newsrooms. Mia is quite proud in saying she topped the class in HSC Drama and loves partaking in one of her favourite past times, a nanna nap.
Silvio is our local traffic reporter that gets you to work and guides you home each day. He is pretty much the scapegoat around the place but he knows the roads which give him an excuse to tell our on-air announcers that the Hume Highway is a good run – when really it’s a gridlock!