Angie Asimus is a reporter for Seven News in Brisbane after joining the team in 2010 to cover the court round.
She has reported on a range of local and national cases including the trial of surgeon Jayant Patel and former government minister Gordon Nuttall.
In addition, Angie both presented the weather and covered stories on the ground during the 2011 floods in Brisbane and the Lockyer Valley's inland tsunami.
In her current position, Angie presents the weather on weekends and works as a news journalist during the week.
During summer 2012, Angie began working as a fill-in newsreader, presenting the 6pm news across Queensland.
She particularly enjoys covering environmental issues affecting communities in Australia.
Her favourite part of the job is working to daily deadlines and having the chance to meet so many interesting people.
Prior to her role in the Brisbane newsroom, Angie worked as a reporter with Seven News in Townsville.
Her work in the tropics gained national coverage and took her to towns across Queensland following cyclones and crocodiles.
During her time there she specialised in finance and followed the collapse of North Queensland based Storm Financial.
Angie started her career in the media industry while studying at university, gaining employment as a casual reporter at Prime News in Wagga Wagga, NSW.
She grew up on a farm in Gundagai NSW, before moving to Sydney to complete a Media and Communications degree at the University of Sydney, majoring in English Literature and Art History.
While working full time she also gained a Graduate Certificate in Climate Adaptation from the University of Southern Queensland.
When she's not working Angie enjoys the outdoors, painting and yoga.