Growing up in Brisbane, Mia Greves always envisioned herself as a news reporter. 'I was very inquisitive and always had to know what was happening locally and around the world', Mia says.
Mia graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce/Arts from the University of Queensland and completed a post graduate course in Journalism at the Queensland University of Technology.
In 1999 Mia joined WIN TV on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, as a freelance journalist and weather presenter. As testament to her passion a career in the media, Mia endured a daily three hour round trip to get to her job on WIN TV.
In 2000 she was recruited by Channel Nine's top rating Money program as a researcher, relocating to Sydney for the role. Mia was also a contributor for Money magazine, one of the most respected titles at ACP.
From 2001 to 2003 Mia moved to the Today show as a segment producer and reporter in the Sydney and Melbourne bureau covering a range of topics from entertainment to lifestyle and news of the day.
Basing herself in Melbourne, Mia then joined National Nine News in 2004 and covered high profile stories including Mary Donaldson’s wedding to Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark.
In January 2007 Mia joined the Seven News team, based out of the Docklands, in Melbourne. Mia has fully embraced the Melbourne lifestyle and enjoys the laneway cafes, bars and shopping strips.
Mia Greves travels from Victoria Australia
"Caroline was very helpful."
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