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Kate Kyriacou

The Courier-Mail
Chief crime reporter
Brisbane
Kate Kyriacou has been a journalist for more than 15 years, working for newspapers in South Australia, Victoria and Queensland. Kate began reporting crime as a 21-year-old at a regional Victorian newspaper where the local police would drive her home from the pub and dob each other in on embarrassing but newsworthy incidents (like the time a late patrol spotted a UFO). She has won awards for her writing at both a state and national level and is the author of The Sting: The Undercover Operation That Caught Daniel Morcombe's Killer. Kate has been The Courier-Mail’s chief crime reporter since 2012.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, August 26
 

13:30