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Alison Mau Joins Prime News

14 June 2007

Alison Mau Joins Prime News

PRIME presenter Alison Mau will join the PRIME news team two nights a week while PRIME NEWS – FIRST AT 5.30 anchor Suzy Clarkson is on maternity leave.

Mau will present PRIME NEWS – FIRST AT 5.30 and the SKY NEWS NZ Evening News bulletin at 7.00pm, every Friday and Saturday, starting 20th July through to 20th October. Eric Young and Kelly Swanson-Roe will continue on as news and sports anchors.

SKY Television, CEO, John Fellet says, “We are pleased Alison has agreed to anchor the news while Suzy is away on maternity leave. With her background in journalism and broadcasting, Alison will be a valuable addition to the news department.”

Australian-born Mau has been fronting PRIME Television’s documentary slot, PRIME PRESENTS which screens each Sunday at 8.30pm. Since moving to New Zealand in 1993, Alison has presented and reported for a variety of programmes including Newsnight, Eyewitness, Made In New Zealand and for 10 years worked as one of the country’s top news anchors. Before joining SKY in 2005, Mau hosted Breakfast, TV One's two-hour morning news and current affairs programme.

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