Good Times and Great Classic Hits! WSFM101.7. All the latest from Jonesy & Amanda in the morning and the drive home with Rob Duckworth.
WSFM has Sydney’s most comprehensive FM Radio news.
With longer bulletins every half hour during Breakfast and hourly across the day we’re committed to keeping you informed.
We’ll keep you up to date with what’s happening in your City, across the country and around the world.
Whether it’s breaking news, politics, money matters, showbiz, sport, traffic or weather - our experienced team of journalists and presenters will bring you the right balance of information.
At WSFM we take news seriously.
Sarah joined WSFM in 2012 to present the news on the Jonesy and Amanda Breakfast show. She’s up before the sun rises each day, preparing bulletins to let you know what’s happening here and around the world.
Before that, you could find Sarah running around all over Sydney chasing the big stories – from crime to politics and anything in between. In 2010, she won an Australian Commercial Radio Award for excellence in news reporting.
Jim is often heard to say he has the best job in the world and many would agree. He gets to watch sport for a living! And talk to all the stars from all the codes.
Then he gets talk about it! Giving you all the news, scores and those bizarre moments that can happen in sport; Every half hour from 5-9am Monday to Friday as part of Jonesy and Amanda’s show.
Jim started in radio as a joc in 1984, when they still played records, in Mackay and moved to Sydney in 1996 ‘because the Olympic Games weren’t on in Mackay.’
After stints at 2UE and 2GB he’s found a home at WSFM and finds himself agreeing with Jonesy more and more often. Except about the Sharks!
Erin's day starts at 4am and involves gathering, writing and editing the news before heading out on the road to chase politicians, celebrities and other interesting folk.
Erin started her career in National Radio News in Bathurst, before moving to the big city to spread her wings.
She’s also a keen runner, completing the Great Wall of China half marathon in May 2011.
To follow her dream of becoming a Journalist, Beth left Sydney at the end of school and threw herself into a degree in Communications (Journalism) at Charles Sturt University in the NSW country town of Bathurst.
Beth instantly found a passion for the immediacy of radio news… and landed herself a full time job as News Editor in nearby Orange before she had even graduated.
Since then… Beth has worked in Wollongong and Campbelltown but is now happy to call the Australian Radio Network Sydney newsroom home.
Andrew Laird is one of our casual newsreaders who can be heard filling in at all different times of the day.
His start in radio was in Orange in the state's Central West (think scrapping ice off your car windscreen at 4AM in sub zero temperatures - not fun!). He then moved to Sydney to work at 2UE as a news reporter before moving to WSFM.
He grew up in Sydney's north west but now lives with his wife in the Inner West where the planes track straight down his street. But he reckons the numerous cafes and places for bike riding make up for it!
After a short stint as a lawyer, Nehal decided to follow her dream and read the news. She swapped the courtroom for the newsroom in 2009 and hasn’t looked back since.
Nehal kicked off her radio career as the breakfast newsreader on The Edge 96.One and can now be heard at various times throughout the week on WSFM.
Kathleen Curry is WSFM's on the road reporter and weekend news presenter.
Kathleen obtained a double degree from the University of Western Sydney in journalism and law.
She qualified as a solicitor in 2010 but decided to pursue radio journalism instead.
Kathleen began her career as breakfast newsreader on The Edge 96.ONE before taking up her current role on WSFM.