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Tim Brunero (born 1976) is known to the Australian television-viewing public as the runner-up of Big Brother Australia 2005.

Brunero visited East Timor in November 2005 for APHEDA, also known as Union Aid Abroad.[1] He was also involved with the ACTU's Your Rights at Work campaign as a high profile spokesman, delivering speeches at rallies such as the Australian industrial relations legislation national day of protest, 2005.[2]

Brunero formerly wrote for The Chaser,[3] He also writes articles on the Church of Scientology for many online websites. Most recently he joined John Singleton's 2GB-plus, the digital radio service from the Australian radio station 2GB, as a presenter.

In 2009, Tim Brunero returned to the small screen in Sydney in a new series of the community television show Dare I Ask?, produced by Metro Screen and broadcast on TVS.

Brunero is also a regular politics and entertainment reporter, and an opinion writer, for LIVENEWS.com.au - the Macquarie National News online news service.

Tim Brunero went to Carlingford High School, is a graduate of the University of Sydney and was a director of the University of Sydney Union.[2]

He has formerly worked at Sydney community radio station 2SER 107.3FM hosting the Wednesday breakfast program, where his insightful comments have endeared him to listeners as the station's own Hunter S. Thompson.

Currently he is presenting the Drive program on 783 ABC Alice Springs.


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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 06:07:30 -0700

Journalist, author, and ABC radio presenter Tim Brunero was also one of the original Big Brother 2005 housemates. It's not an experience he'll ever forget. Big Brother, Australia's leading reality TV "social experiment", is back on air with all the ...

ABC Local

ABC Local
Thu, 23 Apr 2015 20:35:53 -0700

Anzac 2015: 100 year old violin recording tells soldier's tragic tale. By Melanie Pearce with Tim Brunero. It's soft and scratchy but the 100 year old recording of the Merry Widow waltz by a violinist from country New South Wales is a haunting link to ...

ABC Online

ABC Online
Sun, 15 Mar 2015 19:37:30 -0700

Farmers and Local Land Services are still monitoring significant locust activity north of Dubbo in western New South Wales. Media player: "Space" to play, "M" to mute, "left" and "right" to seek. Audio: Tim Brunero reports on locust activity in the ...

ABC Local

ABC Local
Thu, 07 May 2015 19:40:40 -0700

How would you feel if a colleague urinated in your work boots or exposed you to pornography? That is officially known as sexual harassment, and Dr Skye Saunders, from the Australian National University, found that 93 per cent of women working in rural ...

ABC Online

ABC Online
Mon, 09 Mar 2015 17:22:30 -0700

Drought counselling service funding for western New South Wales extended. ABC Rural. Tim Brunero and Caitlin Furlong. Posted 9 Mar 2015, 5:23pmMon 9 Mar 2015, 5:23pm. Farmer crouching in the dust Photo: Funding for drought counselling services in ...

ABC Local

ABC Local
Tue, 28 Apr 2015 16:03:45 -0700

Counselling service Lifeline fears the executions of two Australians in Indonesia will send shockwaves through the western regions of New South Wales. Australia will withdraw its ambassador to Indonesia after the overnight execution of two drug ...

ABC Online

ABC Online
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 20:52:30 -0800

It is traditional to go home at that time of the year, but for those staying in Australia they get together with their families on New Year's Eve. At Paddy's fruit and vegetable market in Sydney, stallholders said it was quiet today and there were some ...

ABC Online

ABC Online
Tue, 10 Mar 2015 18:17:22 -0700

Few people get to see the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) in action unless they're in the unfortunate position of needing the service. That's a problem for services like the RFDS who rely on donations, but the iconic service has come up with a novel ...

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