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Anne Doyle


Anne Doyle was a newsreader with Radio Telefís Éireann.

Anne Doyle was born in Ferns, County Wexford in 1952. She was educated at the Loreto convents in Gorey and University College Dublin, where she took a liberal arts degree in English and History and a post-graduate diploma in education. Following her university education she was qualified to teach at second level; however, she pursued her interest in books and became a librarian. Later Doyle joined Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs as an Executive Officer in the consular service.

After four years in the Department of Foreign Affairs, she left the Civil Service to join the newsroom in RTÉ. She presents the station’s main evening news, RTÉ News: 9 o’clock. In 2000 she was elected to represent the staff of RTÉ on the 14th RTÉ Authority. Anne retired from RTE on Sunday 25 December 2011 33 years 3 years to the day since her first bulletin.

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