Naomi Robson
Australian journalist
Naomi Robson
Naomi Robson is an Australian television presenter who is best known as the former presenter of the east coast edition of Today Tonight, an Australian current affairs program which is broadcast on weeknights on the Seven Network, from 1997 to 2006. She now presents an internet chat show offering relationship and dating advice.
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TNI dismisses OZ media reports on Papua - Jakarta Post
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Among the documents was a list of accused separatist supporters, such as Australian journalist Naomi Robson, Australian Greens leader Bob Brown and senior Uniting Church pastor John Barr. More than 40 US Congress members, including Senate intelligence
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Kopassus targets Australians - The Canberra Times
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A case in point is the inclusion of ex current affairs host Naomi Robson - now running an online dating service - on the list of “foreign leaders in support of Free Papua”. Her place on the list in the 2009 document entitled Anatomy of Papuan
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謝麗——李•比格斯榮獲2011澳洲環球小姐 - NTDTV
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決賽的7位評委包括電視節目主持人納奧米•羅布森(Naomi Robson)、三棲演員文斯•科洛斯莫(Vince Colosimo)和《美麗佳人》(Marie Claire)雜誌的編輯傑姬•弗蘭克(Jackie Frank)。 澳洲環球小姐全國總監米勒(Deborah Miller)在宣佈獲勝者名單前說:「我們想找一個
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Scherri-Lee Biggs conquista il titolo di Miss Universe Australia - italiah24.it
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Il concorso comprende tre categorie – costumi da bagno, abiti da sera e una sessione di domande e risposte con il comitato di sette giudici, tra cui Naomi Robson, Vince Colosimo eMarie Claire editor di Jackie Frank. ”Scherri era uno stand-out”,
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Coast trio out to conquer universe - Sunshine Coast Daily
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This year's judges, who include actor Vince Colosimo, former newsreader Naomi Robson and former Hi-Five star Charli Delaney, have already chosen their top 10 from the preliminary shows. The top 10 will be announced during the swimwear parade in which
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Miss Universe finalists brave cold in bikinis - Herald Sun
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Actor Vince Colosimo, Naomi Robson and former Hi-Five star Charli Delaney were among the onlookers at Toorak bar Trak. It is the first time in the Aussie competition's history that the doors have been thrown open for the swimwear parade
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Students' dreams come true after dancing with Take That - Sunderland Echo (press release)
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The experience has also proved pivotal in Naomi Robson's career path and not only is she now a converted Take That fan, she has also decided she wants to pursue dancing. The 18-year-old, of East Herrington, said: “It was incredible and the most
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The Bogies announced: Look who stole the sash from Sandilands - WA today (blog)
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Most embarrassing program: The Footy Show 2; The Biggest Loser Families 3; Today Tonight 7; Ben Elton's Live From Planet Earth 8; and the Naomi Robson Cup, with 13 votes, goes to A Current Affair. Furthest past use-by date: George Negus 2; Dr Phil 2;
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The votes are in, and the Bogies for 2011 go to … - Sydney Morning Herald
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Most embarrassing program:The Footy Show, two; The Biggest Loser Families, three; Today Tonight, seven; Ben Elton's Live From Planet Earth, eight; and the Naomi Robson Cup, with 13 votes, goes to A Current Affair. Furthest past use-by date: George
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Naomi Robson
    FIFTIES
  • 2014
    Age 50
    In December 2014 Naomi was a guest on Network Tens Studio 10, this was the first time she had been seen on another Network other than Seven.
    More Details Hide Details Robson has been the subject of a number of unfavourable media reports and controversies. A number of critical descriptions of Robson have been dismissed by her or her representatives as distortions or fabrications by rival journalists. In particular, when The Daily Telegraph alleged that other reporters called her a "princess" overly concerned with her appearance, Robson herself denied the allegations. When The Australian cited a source describing her as a "cold, waspish, punishment-oriented, dominatrix", Today Tonight producer Neil Mooney described the story as "attempted character assassination... based on fiction". However, an off-air outburst that was recorded and later broadcast by the Triple J radio station, did provoke a public apology by Robson.
  • FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 46
    In August 2010, Robson appeared in a promotion for pay-TV screenings of The Chaser's War on Everything, her former critics, in the form of a mock interview.
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    In early 2010, Robson's manager, Max Markson, made several attempts to remove comments about these controversies from Wikipedia, describing the article on Robson as "libellous".
    More Details Hide Details Wikipedia editors responded with concerns that Markson's edits were biased and in contravention of Wikipedia guidelines. The incident attracted media coverage, drawing further attention to the controversies (the so-called Streisand effect).
  • 2009
    Age 45
    In September 2009, Robson appeared as a presenter with Larry Emdur on Seven's The Morning Show, standing in for Kylie Gillies, who was taking a week off.
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  • 2008
    Age 44
    Robson was then sacked after the network refused to pick up her pilot, however she returned to narrate Seven's factual series Surf Patrol in mid-2008.
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  • 2007
    Age 43
    On 13 March 2007 she was part of the third couple voted off the program.
    More Details Hide Details Later in the year, Seven executives were reported in the press saying that Robson would be given her own "Oprah Winfrey" style program where she would have an "opportunity to show off the caring side of her personality".
    In January 2007 it was reported that Robson had persuaded Channel Seven executives to extend her contract with the network so that she could compete in the sixth series of Dancing with the Stars.
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  • 2006
    Age 42
    She presented her last show on 1 December 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Her replacement, Anna Coren, was named six weeks later.
    Suggestions surfaced on 22 November 2006 that she would leave Today Tonight at the end of the year.
    More Details Hide Details She confirmed this on 27 November, saying she would pursue her career in other areas of television. She said "2006 hasn't been the easiest of years".
    In March 2006 information surfaced that Robson had a brief relationship with a drug dealer and the primary informant in the Tony Mokbel drug trial.
    More Details Hide Details Mokbel's counsel, Con Heliotis, QC, spoke during pre-trial submissions of evidence that Robson was supplied cocaine though this was never discussed during the trial. Robson refuted these claims stating that they had a "short-lived association" and that he "had totally misrepresented himself". She referred to the drug allegations as "a pack of lies" and stated that she was "extremely anti-drugs". In September 2006 while reporting on the death of Steve Irwin she appeared on air wearing khaki and with a lizard on her shoulder. Several months later Robson described the incident as a mistake, but that it was not her idea to wear the shirt or the reptile and she was not comfortable with it at the time. In September 2006, Robson and her crew were detained in Indonesia after arriving in the country with tourist visas to film a story on a boy they believed was in danger of being killed by cannibals. They were later deported.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1997
    Age 33
    In 1997 she became the presenter of the Melbourne version of Today Tonight.
    More Details Hide Details The program was later extended to Sydney and Brisbane, with Robson as presenter. Figures from the ratings research firm OzTAM indicate that she had a nightly audience of more than one million people across the three capital cities.
  • 1995
    Age 31
    Robson went to the United States in 1995 but shortly returned to Australia to present Our Victoria, a travel show for the Victorian market.
    More Details Hide Details She also co-hosted Seven's News at Five with Peter Ford in Melbourne.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1990
    Age 26
    In 1990 Robson joined Seven News, initially as a general news reporter but three weeks later she was promoted to presenting news on Tonight Live fronted by comedian Steve Vizard.
    More Details Hide Details She also presented Seven's Late News as well as Seven's weekend news bulletins and also reported for the current affairs program Real Life. She was also the summer presenter for the program.
  • 1989
    Age 25
    After three years in London she returned to Australia and, in 1989, became an assistant editor and feature writer for Personal Success magazine.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1963
    Born
    Born on August 31, 1963.
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