State’s top journalist happy to call Hills home

As a journalist for ABC TV’s Landline program for over 15 years Prue Adams has seen plenty of changes in rural industries across Australia.

ABC TV’s award-winning Landline reporter Prue Adams relaxes at her Aldgate home. After 15 years with the program, the mother of two is still winning awards for her reporting of rural issues.

From the rise and fall of ostrich and emu farming to the worsening national winegrape glut, there has always been something new to report on, somewhere different to visit and someone’s unique story to tell.
“Even all these years later I love it,” the Aldgate mother of two said.
“It is the best job in the world for me.
“… It has been interesting to watch the things that have come and gone over the years. “I love being on the road, I love being out meeting people on their farms and in country areas, they are the salt of the earth.

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