Penny Timms

First Name: Penny
Last Name: Timms
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Penny Timms joined the ABC in 2007 as a weekend breakfast and sport presenter in Outback Queensland. She soon crossed over to the ABC's news department, and has worked at bureaus in Mount Isa, Townsville, and Darwin. Penny left the ABC in 2013 to travel to London where she worked as a freelance reporter and producer, including with BBC News. She relocated to the warmer climes of Sydney in mid-2015

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5 April 2017

There are calls for a national approach to overcoming childhood obesity, with concerns that some kids are missing out on important advice about exercise and nutrition.

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17 March 2017

An increase in Australian investors wanting their retirement funds to go into the stocks of ethical companies means change is afoot within the nation's finance industry.

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22 February 2017

Experts warn that as people are expected to live for longer, adequate social and health structures must be put in place.

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22 July 2016

This report exmaines the current state of the National Wild Dog Action Plan, which aims to improve the coordination of wild dog control programs Australia-wide.

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1 June 2016

Report on a recent Fair Work Commission ruling that a workplace agreement, struck between a union and Coles, means some workers are worse-off than if they were under the award wage.

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30 May 2016

Interview with Professor Jennifer Martin, the Chair of clinical pharmacology at the University of Newcastle, to discuss a recent article presented in the Medical Journal of Australia, where...