With 26 years at Channel Ten – and most of them reading prime time news – Sandra Sully may be one of the most recognisable faces on Australian television. Her calm demeanour and authoritative voice are a welcome counterpoint to an often darker menu of current affairs. In the often fickle world of television, Sandra has proven herself to be both astute and adaptable, holding her position at Ten despite numerous staff changes. She has also risen above personal hurdles with grace and tenacity. In 1997 she was attacked by a stalker, and several years ago she revealed to Cleo Magazine that she had suffered a decade of workplace bullying – with advice that she hoped would help give strength to other victims.