News anchor, journalist, MC, host
One of the most recognisable faces on Australian television, Sandra Sully is a professional journalist with the ability to deliver news with warmth, sincerity and objectivity. She is considered one of our finest newsreaders, a presenter of integrity and credibility.
In 2010, Sandra celebrated her 16th year as the national anchor for Network Ten's Late News. As well as presenting, Sandra is also the show's Senior Editor and plays an integral role in producing and compiling the bulletin.
She is also a highly sought-after MC for events and conferences. Her hosting credits include: the Pink Ribbon Breakfast, the Veuve Clicquot Awards, Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, Women of Achievement Awards, Star Ball, Grand Prix Ball, AFL Grand Final Week and Eureka Awards - National Science Awards.
Sandra has covered numerous major events for Network Ten including the 1996 Federal Election and the 1997 Thredbo Landslide. Sandra was also the first person in Australia to announce the terrorist attacks in New York on September 11th.
More recently, and on a much happier note, Sandra hosted the network's Royal Wedding coverage from London for the nuptials between Kate Middleton and Prince William. She was also chosen to host Oprah's big event at the Botanical Gardens ahead of her Australian adventure.
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Since joining Network Ten in 1991, Sandra has co-hosted Good Morning Australia in 1992 and was co-anchor for the First At Five news hour in 1993. Passionate about politics, Sandra has also been a regular on Meet the Press.
Sandra has covered elite sporting events such as the 1996 Atlanta Games and the 1994 XV Commonwealth Games in Canada. She was the first woman to co-host Australia's national iconic sporting event, The Melbourne Cup, and was part of the coverage for seven years.
COOL AID: the National Carbon Test featured her exclusive interviews with Al Gore, former US vice president and creator of An Inconvenient Truth, and Australian of the Year Tim Flannery.
Sandra also hosted the prestigious Australian of the Year Awards with the Prime Minister for five years and, prior to that, the Young Australian of the Year Awards.
In her spare time, Sandra is heavily involved in a number of charitable organisations. She is co-patron of Spinal Cure and is one of only a few women members of the prestigious Carbine Club of New South Wales, supporting children in sport.