Mark Ferguson is the anchor of Seven’s top-rating 6pm news bulletin in Sydney. An exceptional journalist, foreign correspondent and newsreader with 30 years’ experience, Mark began his career in his hometown of Tamworth in north-west New South Wales, where he scored a job as a cadet journalist at local television station NEN-9 in 1984.
Widely regarded as one of the country’s foremost investigative journalists, Michael Usher is an award-winning reporter, foreign correspondent and newsreader with a career spanning almost three decades.
Melanie McLaughlin is Seven News Sydney’s sports anchor. Mel has covered many major sporting events on the world stage including the Olympic Winter Games, FIFA World Cup, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Big Bash Cricket.
David Brown, or “Brownie” as he is affectionately known, presents weather for Sydney’s Seven News five nights a week alongside newsreader Mark Ferguson and sports anchor Mel McLaughlin.
Ann Sanders presents Seven’s national morning news bulletin, Seven’s Morning News, and Seven’s Afternoon News at four.
Jim Wilson is Seven News Sydney͛s sports director. A self-described sports nut, Jim grew up on Queensland’s Gold Coast and has worked as a journalist for more than 20 years, starting as a cadet at Brisbane’s Courier Mail.
Based in Sydney, Angie Asimus is a reporter for Seven News. Since joining the team in 2014 after five years with Seven News Queensland, Angie has covered a range of breaking stories, including the Lindt Café Siege, Bondi’s cyclone-strength storm and bushfires in the Blue Mountains.
One of the most respected journalists in Australia, Robert Ovadia is the senior investigative reporter for Seven News based in Sydney.
An award-winning journalist with almost 30-years’ experience, Chris Reason is a senior correspondent with Seven News.
Ryan Phelan joined the Seven News team as the 6pm weekend sports presenter in Sydney in March 2013.
Sarah Cumming is a Seven News presenter, based in Sydney’s Martin Place newsroom.