2 April, 2017. 9:23

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact

The Bureau of Meteorology has warned the people of the eastern seaboard that they haven’t seen the last of ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie, disappointing some – but not all.

“This is great news,” said Annabelle Moloney, a 24-year-old junior producer at 9CN Imparja Betoota.

“They needed more producer boots on the ground here, so I’ve been away up in Mackay working with the Nine people up there, it’s been such a fun week. But the real icing on the cake is that the whole thing ins’t over.”

While her bosses here in Betoota are keen to have her back, Moloney revealed to The Advocate a short time ago that the network is actually planning to sent her wherever the storm is bringing human suffering with pangs of great television ratings.

“We need her back here, she’s the only one in the office that’s under 35,” said Imparja Betoota director Bruce Scoles.

“Nobody can run the beep bop social media websites and Glenn accidentally played ‘Girls on Film‘ by Duran Duran instead of the home shopping package. The place is falling apart. But it’s good for Belle to get some real world experience, instead of this jackaroo desert television.”

More to come.


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