Mark Riley and Suzanne Mostyn are happily married, as she is a well-known Australian personality, is a social commentator on ABC Radio 666 and Channel 7’s The Morning Show.
Mark Riley is known to be an Australian journalist who serves as a Political Editor for Seven News based in Canberra. He began his journalism career in 1979, working at The Newcastle Herald, a local tabloid newspaper published daily.
She covered topics including the 1989 Newscastle earthquake while she was working at Herald and also the murder case of Leigh Leigh. Continue reading to know more about the journalist’s spouse.
The social commentator on ABC Radio 666 and Channel 7’s The Morning Show, Suzanne previously worked as a radio and print journalist. She has also served as a Sydney Morning Herald correspondent.
Suzzane has been happily married to her amazing husband Mark for almost a decade now. The pair are inseparable and are enjoying a blissful life free from various rumors of conflicts and arguments between them.
One can easily reach Suzanne through her Twitter account under the username @suzannemostyn. She is active on Twitter with her unique 770 tweets.
Moreover, she addressed herself as a mother, wife, daughter, sister, Fmr TV, radio, newspaper, Journalist, and social commentator. Suzzanne is also a media trainer and freelance prod.
Mark Riley and his beloved wife Suzanne Mostyn have two children from their marriage. The pair are happily leading their married life alongside their two exceptional children.
Riley has also worked for The Sydney Morning Herald in politics. In 1998, he was hired as a New York correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne’s The Age.
In 1999, he won a Walkley Award for his part in the SMH team’s coverage of East Timor’s independence. The journalist handed over many reports for both newspapers on the 11 September terrorist attacks.
Riley then returned to Australia in 2002 and became The Sydney Morning Herald’s Chief Political Correspondent. Serving in the position, he provided commentary from Parliament House.
Later in 2004, he joined the Seven Network and was appointed political editor for Seven News.