Ahron Young Biography

Published On Mar 28, 2016
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Date of Birth: 1982 , June-12
Birth Nation: Australia
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Ahron in now in his early 30s but information related to his love affairs, girlfriend, married life, wife and his loving spouse is unknown. It seems like he is still living a single life.

In 2004/2005, Asian Tsunami Ahron covered all of the news about this Tsunami from Patong beach in Thailand. Few months later he joined Southern Cross Radio and began serving them as a European correspondent. He also covered and reported the news about the death of Pope John Paul II from Rome. In 2006, he joined Sky News Australia and he worked there as a reporter. Two years later he joined Sky News Australia. He then moved back to Sky news and began working as the bureau chief of Melbourne. Besides Sky News, he has also worked for Southern Peninsula Local Newspaper, 3AW and Sky News UK. The actual figure about his net worth and salary is unknown.

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Born in Australia

June 12 , 1982

Tall and handsome, Ahron Young was born somewhere in Australia. Information related to his father, mother and his siblings is unknown. He is now living in Melbourne, Australia. He is Australian and is of white ethnicity.

Reported on the Asian Tsunami from Patong beach

2004

In 2004/2005, Asian Tsunami Ahron covered all of the news about this Tsunamu from Patong beach in Thailand. Few months later he joined Southern Cross Radio and began serving them as a European correspondent. He also covered and reported the news about the death of Pope John Paul II from Rome.

Joined Sky News Australia

2006

Ahron Young is a broadcast journalist from Australia.  In 2006, he joined Sky News Australia and he worked there as a reporter. Two years later he joined Sky News Australia. He then moved back to Sky news and began working as the bureau chief of Melbourne

Reported from Bali

2012

As a reporter and TV journalist, he has travelled around the world. He has reported from several parts of the world. In 2012, he covered the news about the 10th anniversary of the Bali bombings from Bali. 

Won ASTRA Award

2013

In 2013, he got his first nomination in ASTRA Award. He was also honored with this award that year for Most Outstanding Broadcast Journalist. In 2014, he also got nominated in this award but he lost this award to his colleague David Speers.