Pip Courtney lands hosting role

This October, Pip Courtney will play master of ceremonies at the National Landcare Conference and Awards, bringing her knowledge and enthusiasm of the land to ensure the event is engaging and inspirational.

Joining ABC’s Landline in 1993, Pip has more than 25 years of investigative journalism addressing the issues faced by rural and regional communities.

Pip has been recognised for her award-winning reporting, most notably in 2007 where she and former Landline presenter Sally Sara were named Queensland Journalists of the Year for a feature on depression called “Black Dog”

2018 National Landcare Conference and Awards host, Pip Courtney.

In 2009, Pip won the Queensland Rural Press Club’s Excellence in Rural Journalism Award.

In 2011 Pip’s two-part feature on the coal seam gas industry in Queensland won her the Queensland Media Award’s Excellence in Rural Journalism Prize, the Rabobank Star prize for rural broadcasting (Qld), the National Rabobank Star prize and the International Star Prize for Rural Broadcasting.

While working for Landline, Pip has also won awards for business, environmental, medical and educational reporting.

Highly revered and respected by the Landcare community, Pip’s role as host of the 2018 National Landcare Conference and Awards is sure to usher in a new sense of enthusiasm for building a better tomorrow.

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