Melbourne's widest variety from 2K to today, Mix101.1 with Chrissie & Jane waking up Melbourne weekdays from 6am.
Mix101.1 News keeps you up to date every half hour during breakfast and hourly across the day.
There’s plenty of showbiz and entertainment news, but that doesn’t mean we ignore the big issues.
Mix101.1 News keeps you informed - without the boring bits.
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Emily is the News Director for the Australian Radio Network in Melbourne and presents Breakfast News Monday-Friday 5.30am-9am on Mix101.1.
Emily is up bright and early to bring you the news as you eat your cornflakes and battle the traffic. She started her radio career in the country town of Colac back in 1997 before spending a few years in Geelong and then reaching the bright lights of Melbourne.
Not only does she read and write the news, she is the newsroom mother hen, and is constantly saving up for her next travel adventure! Twitter - @emhoskins
Kiara is a journalist, presenter and on the road reporter. She presents weekend news from 6am-midday on Mix101.1.
Kiara started her career in TV in Ballarat, after she completed her degree in Journalism and Diploma in Broadcasting at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
When Kiara's not reading the news for Mix101.1, she chases breaking stories during the week - from Parliament House to crime scenes and sporting grounds.
Nathan Gardiner may have grown up in country Victoria, but is well and truly a Melbourne lad. He has an intimate knowledge of the city, having been a primary school teacher for 11 years and also due to a brief spell as a taxi driver.
He's a published author, keen surfer, passionate Demons supporter and plays guitar like a half decent busker. Nathan started his radio career as a voiceover artist in community radio in 2006, before turning his attention to news reading. He's been with Mix101.1 since 2007.
Listen to Nathan on Mix101.1 in the afternoon.
Brooke is a journalist and on the road reporter with ARN. She's come back home after 5 years away working in radio in Lismore, then Albury and most recently a two year stint in Sydney.
She reads the news on the weekends and during the week takes her microphone out to speak to those where the news is happening.