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Ticky Fullerton

Ticky Fullerton is a longstanding journalist at the ABC, she currently hostsTickyon Sky News Business Channel. She has previously hosted The Business on ABC News 24 and was also a fill in presenter of Lateline.

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Ticky Fullerton's Biography

Ticky Fullerton currently hosts Ticky on Sky News Business Channel. She has previously hosted The Business on ABC News 24 and was also a fill in presenter of Lateline.

 

Ticky Fullerton was a longstanding journalist at the ABC, presenter for The Business prior to Elysse Morgan becoming the host late in 2016. Ticky was also the presenter of Landline, covering farming issues in Australia. She was also an investigative reporter for Four Corners for five years, prior to presenting Lateline Business (which later became The Business).

 

In her time with the network since 1995, Ticky has been an investigative reporter for Four Corners, the presenter for the national farming program Landline, and a reporter for Lateline, working in the Canberra press gallery and in business journalism. In August 2004, she won the Australian Government Peter Hunt Eureka Prize for Environmental Journalism.

 

Prior to journalism, Ticky was an associate director with investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston. She spent 10 years with the group, first in London working in the Euromarkets, and then Sydney, where she was involved in capital raisings and advisory business for both governments and corporates.

 

Ticky Fullerton is the author of Watershed, now in its second print, and the first comprehensive book on the future challenges facing Australia in water and the tensions between the many stakeholders in our water future: farmers, businessmen, indigenous groups, consumers, greens, miners and nature itself.

 

Ticky is a director of the CRC for Irrigation futures, mother of one, and has a law degree from Oxford University.