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8 Sep 2014 - 3:04 PM  UPDATED 3 Oct - 11:58 AM

Jenny Brockie is one of Australia's most respected journalists, renowned for her skill and fairness. She brings warmth, humour and a forensic attention to detail to Insight. She joined Insight in 2001.

In 2013, she won the Walkley All Media Interview Award for 'Young Mob', a special Insight episode featuring Aboriginal teens in Alice Springs. Previously she has won the Gold Walkley as well as a swag of other awards for her work as a journalist and documentary maker.

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