Emma Partridge

Emma Partridge is an award-winning journalist who has covered crime in Australia for more than a decade. After working for regional and local newspapers across NSW, in 2013 she joined The Sydney Morning Herald. In 2017, she became chief court reporter for The Daily Telegraph, where she covered court cases and crime investigations. It was here she first reported on the death of farmer Mathew Dunbar, publishing the front-page article, ‘The grazier and the widow of Walcha’, on 17 November 2017. Emma moved from print to television journalism in 2019, taking the role of senior crime editor for Nine News Sydney, where she works today. She lives in Sydney with her partner Luke. This is her first book. 

APPEARING AT: TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION
WITH: Mark Tedeschi, Michael Robotham and Tim Ayliffe (facilitator)
DATE: Saturday 10 September
TIME: 10.30-11.30
VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium

 

 

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