Hugh Riminton is a familiar face to millions of Australians. He is an awardwinning journalist, humanitarian, news presenter and foreign correspondent of many year's experience. Currently a senior reporter for Network Ten, Hugh has been a foreign correspondent for CNN and the Nine Network and the political editor at Channel Ten. He is a foundation board member of Soldier On, which supports Australian Defence personnel who have suffered through their service in recent wars, and a foundation board member of the John Mac Foundation, a charity set up by NSW Australian of the Year Deng Adut to honour his brother by promoting peace in South Sudan and providing scholarships for people from refugee backgrounds.Hugh has received numerous awards, including two Walkleys, a Logie, honours from the Human Rights Commission and the UN Association Media Award. MINEFIELDS is Hugh's first book. He lives in Sydney.
a fascinating memoir detailing 40 years spent on the frontline of the world's key events. - DAILY TELEGRAPHBrilliant - Derryn Hinchan exciting read - Better ReadingAn impressive career. His story is a triumph of substance over style. - SYDNEY MORNING HERALD