Melbourne journalist and broadcaster Jill Singer has died after a long career in television, radio and journalism education.
Singer had been living with the rare blood disease AL Amyloidosis.
She began her career at the ABC and worked for programs including The 7.30 Report. She was also well-known for her work in commercial media, including as presenter of Channel Seven's Today Tonight program and as a columnist at the Herald Sun. She also worked as a journalism lecturer at RMIT University.
Read more at the Herald Sun
Read Jill Singer's column about her illness and misdiagnosis