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Heather Foord (born 1965) is an Australian television journalist.

Foord, was a presenter of the Nine Network in Brisbane for over 20 years, presented the weekday edition of Nine News Queensland with Bruce Paige until 5 December 2008, and has also co-hosted the weekend news before in the past.


Foord attended Brisbane State High School for her secondary education. After graduating from the University of Queensland, Foord worked with Good Morning Australia at Network Ten before joining Nine News as a reporter. She quickly made the transition to news reader, taking a weekend hosting position after 6 months.

For a duration of three weeks in October 2007, Foord also presented the news bulletins for the Nine Network's Today, an additional duty requiring her to fly between Sydney and Brisbane daily.

While her daughters India, Grace, Riley and Maya were young, Heather returned to the weekend news desk so she could spend more time with her family, but returned to the main desk in 2004 - a position she held until November 2008, when Foord announced her resignation from the News Desk after 21 years. Channel Nine Brisbane announced soon after that Melissa Downes would take her place in 2009.

Foord was announced as the host of Channel Nine Brisbane's Extra in January 2009 replacing Jillian Whiting. Extra was axed in late June, and Foord moved back to Nine News in July as the weekend presenter. She remained in this role before stepping down for good in June 2011; she was replaced by Eva Milic.[1]

Aside from working on with Channel Nine, Foord is an advocate supporting sufferers of cerebral palsy, a condition which affects her nephew.


  1. ^ Feeney, Katherine (27 June 2011). "Heather Foord's final sign-off". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 5 November 2017.

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Preceded by
Jillian Whiting
Nine News Queensland
Weekend presenter
with Mike London (1989, 2002-2003), Dean Felton (1990-1991)

1989 – December 1991
2002 - 2004
Succeeded by
Kym Carter
Jillian Whiting
Preceded by
Robin Parkin
Jillian Whiting
Nine News Queensland
Weeknight presenter
with Mike London (1992-1995), Bruce Paige (1996-2002, 2004-2008)

January 1992 – 2002
2004 – December 2008
Succeeded by
Jillian Whiting
Melissa Downes
Preceded by
Andrew Lofthouse and Eva Milic
Nine News Queensland
Weekend presenter

July 2009 – July 2011
Succeeded by
Eva Milic

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