Australian Radio and Television Journalist Carolina Jones has reportedly passed away.
She worked for ABC News and has worked as a professional presenter, television personality, and cultural commentator for more than 50 years.
Throughout her more than 40 years with ABC, she was the first woman journalist on This Day Tonight and the first woman to host Four Corners (1972–1981).
In 1998, Caroline was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) and named one of Australia’s Living Treasures the following year.
What Was Caroline Jones’ Cause Of Death?
Australian Storyteller, Caroline Jones died on Friday, May 20, 2022, at the age of 84.
Austrian Story in an online statement confirmed get death.
She died after she endured an injury from a fall at her Sydney home.
For her professionalism, the ABC news crew is honoring her as a unit.
According report, the late journalist always vowed to give the team one last.
Condolences and tributes was made by her friends, family, co-workers, officials and veterans.
Details On Caroline Jones’s Husband
Caroline Jones’ marriage life has not been disclosed by her before she died.
It is assumed that while Jones was in her 80s must have been married to her spouse and had adorable children. Although nothing has been revealed. She had lived a private life all through.
Details On Caroline Jones Wikipedia
Caroline Jones started hosting ABC television’s weekly biographical show Australian Story in 1996 according to her biography.
She declared in December 2016 that she will leave the ABC and relinquish her job on Australian Story, but that she would not be quitting.
Jones received various media honors, including a Logie in 1972 and three gold citations for the Australian Media Peace Prize. She was named an Australian Living Treasure by the National Trust of Australia in 1997.
The University of the Sunshine Coast awarded her an Honorary Doctor of Letters in 2007. On August 6, 2017, she obtained a Doctor of Letters degree from the University of Sydney.