Nour Haydar is a poliical reporter at Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). She is based in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Prior to joining ABC, she was a producer at Sky News Australia and studied Journalism at the University of Technology Sydney.
Nour Haydar Age & Parents
Haydar (dad( and Salwa Haydar (mom) are Lebanese immigrants. Her mum was 13 years younger than her father. At the time of their firstborn daughter Amani Haydar’s birthday in 1988, her mum was 19 years old. She was in Australia with no immediate family, no tertiary qualifications, and no financial independence. Her mother was murdered by her father in 2015 with 30 stabs.
Nour Haydar Sisters
Nour Haydar has two sisters, Amani Haydar the firstborn, and Ola Haydar.
The three siblings say she grew up in a turbulent family as he parents had a complicated relationship. She says as a child, her mum would complain to her about the disappointment and emotional abuse she experienced in her marriage.
Because of the stigma associated with divorce in her community, her parents never divorced although they got quite close. They were on the brink of divorce when, on 30 March 2015, her father murdered their mother in her home.
Nour Haydar Career
She began working at ABC in Feb 2017 in 2017, a role she held for a year. She went on to work as an NSW Political reporter from Apr 2018. While there, she works as a multiplatform reporter covering NSW politics for ABC News.
Haydar started working as a Producer for the Australian News Channel (Sky News) from May 2015 until Jan 2017. She has all worked for 2ser as a reporter and producer from Aug 201 4 to Dec 2014. Her career started at ABC as an Intern breakfast producer.
Nour Haydar Education
She went to the University of Technology Sydney for a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and communication journalism from 2011 to 2014.
Nour Haydar Salary
She earns an estimated salary of $80,000 per year.