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Caroline Jones cause of death?
An Australian radio and television journalist who worked at the ABC for more than 40 years has died.
Jones was the first woman reporter on This Day Tonight and the first woman to anchor Four Corners from 1972 to 1981.
Caroline Mary Jones AO, born Caroline Mary James, on 1 January 1938, was an Australian radio and television journalist, and media personality? and social commentator who enjoyed a career in the industry spanning over 50 years.
Jones joined the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) in Canberra in 1963 and later became the first female reporter for This Day Tonight.
She then became a Four Corners presenter from 1972 to 1981.
From 1987 to 1994 she presented a spirituality-focused radio program called The Search For Meaning on ABC Radio National, on which people told the stories of their lives.
In 1996, Jones began presenting the weekly biographical program Australian Story on ABC television.
Who was Caroline Jones’s Husband?
She married and divorced early in her career. The name of her husband is currently unknown.
“I just made a choice, and it was the right decision for me but now you see, women naturally want a family life, and I sometimes think it’s at great cost and strain,” she told the Newcastle Herald.
Did Caroline Jones had kids?
Jones made the unconventional decision in the 1960s not to have a family. ″I chose not to have children,″ she told the Newcastle Herald in 2013.
How old was Caroline Jones?
Born on 1 January 1938, in Australia. Caroline Jones was 84 at her time of death.
What was Caroline Jones cause of death?
Caroline Jones died after a fall at her Sydney home at the age of 84.
Jones published a number of books including a bestseller and was made an Officer of the order of Australia in 1988.
In 1997, she was voted one of Australia’s Living Treasurers.
Jones was a campaigner for Indigenous rights and won a stack of awards for her work in journalism.
She was raised in the small NSW country town of Murrurundi and in 2009 a portrait of Jones was hung in the National Portrait Gallery.