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Laura began a successful modelling career at the age of 16. Twenty years later, in 2003, she embarked on a new career as a beauty columist in the Ireland On Sunday newspaper.

Lauara has been an occasional presenter for TV Three's 'Ireland AM' since 2004. She also reports for the programme on a freelance basis.

Having completed studies in journalism Claire moved straight into her chosen career in the print and radio industries; her radio work included spells with East Coast Radio and Channel 103FM in Jersey. After four years, she made the move into TV, working initially for TV Three before moving to Channel 5 and the ITN News Channel.

She returned to Ireland, in 2001, becoming a presenter with TV Three's breakfast show, 'Ireland AM'. Later Claire switched to anchoring the main news programmes on TV Three. In 2004 she was voted TV Personality Of The Year at the Irish Film and Television Awards.

Mark joined RTÉ in 1977 and was one of the original presenters on RTÉ Radio 2 (later renamed 2FM). He left 2FM in 1989 and teamed up with Dennis O'Brien to apply for a radio licence. The successful application became 98FM and Mark presented on the station for seven years. He then moved to the national station Today FM where he hosted a mid morning music and talk show.

In September 1999, Mark switched to TV becoming one of the presenters on TV Three's new news and entertainment breakfast programme 'Ireland AM'.

Alan's broadcasting career began in radio at the age of 17. He's a former head of news and current affairs at Clare FM and former editor-in-chief at Irish News Network.

Alan has been with TV Three since the station launched in September 1998. Since then he has been the anchor of the main news programmes on the channel.

Aidan is a former breakfast show presenter and sports editor with Dublin's 98FM.

He joined TV Three in August 1999 and is currently sports anchor on the station's news and entertainment breakfast programme 'Ireland AM'. He has also presented TV Three's 'Sports Tonight' and 'Champions League' programmes.

TV Three news presenter.
Brian has a BA degree in English and economics from University College, Galway. He started his career as a researcher at RTÉ in Athlone before heading on to the Midlands-based local radio station Radio Three as a reporter. He later moved to LM/FM radio in the North East of Ireland, where he was a news editor.

In 1998, Brian crossed into television, joining TV Three at its launch. He worked there as a news producer and senior reporter initially. In September 1999, he became a news presenter on the channel's new breakfast programme, 'Ireland AM'.

Brian then moved across to Sky News where he was Ireland correspondent. In June 2006, he was appointed as one of the main presenters on the Sky News Ireland service.

Maura joined RTÉ in Galway in the mid-1990s as a news researcher and later reporter. A fluent Irish speaker, she later spent two years with T na G (now TG 4) as a reporter.

She joined TV Three in 1998, where she has worked as reporter and crime correspondent. Maura is now a presenter on TV Three's news and entertainment breakfast programme 'Ireland AM'.

News presenter with TV Three.
Karen started off as a researcher on TV Three's 'Ireland AM' in 2004. She is also a relief weather presenter on the programme.
Alan is an actor and TV presenter. He presented 'Talkabout' on RTÉ which ran for three series.

Since September 1999, he has been a presenter on TV Three's news and entertainment breakfast magazine 'Ireland AM'. Alan also presents the weather on TV Three.

Film and TV roles include: 'The Irish RM', 'Lovejoy', 'Michael Collins', 'Nighthawks', 'Eat The Peach'.

Martin has been the main weather presenter with TV Three since the station launched in September 1998.
TV Three news presenter.
Gráinne's TV career began with T na G in October 1996 when she launched the new station's news service, with co-presenter Gillian Ni Cheallaigh. After two years with the Galway-based station, Gráinne moved to another new channel, TV Three. There, she fronted the station's main evening news programmes, with fellow co-anchor, Alan Cantwell.

In 2004, Gráinne moved to Sky where she helped launch the new Sky News Ireland service. In spring 2006, she moved to London briefly, presenting some of the main programmes on the national Sky News channel.

In May 2006. Gráinne left Sky News and moved to RTÉ, where, from autumn 2006 she presented a new afternoon lifestyle show. In autumn 2008, she presented 'Seoige', an RTÉ afternoon magazine series, with her younger sister Síle. The programme was cancelled in April 2009 due to what RTÉ referred to as "financial necessity".

In 2009, Gráinne began presenting 'The All-Ireland Talent Show' on Sunday evenings. She also became features editor for ITV's 'Daybreak' in 2010.