Amy started with Global BC in June 2011, and loves being part of such an exciting newsroom.
She has a Masters of International Journalism from City University in London, UK, and has worked as a newspaper reporter and at an online publication before starting at Global BC.
Amy also appears on Global News at Noon, Global News Morning, and on BC1.
The B.C. government has announced it is redirecting $25 million in administrative savings back into the school districts. Continue reading →
A medication that can reverse the effects of a drug overdose appears to be running low on supplies. Continue reading →
Ridge Meadows RCMP confirm a man’s body has been pulled from the Fraser River along the Haney Bypass in Maple Ridge this morning. Continue reading →
Delta Police are investigating the theft of a solid gold statue, valued at an estimated $9 million. Continue reading →
A hazadous materials team was called to Vancouver’s English Bay after a mercury spill this weekend. Continue reading →
Two teenage hikers are safe this morning after getting lost on Mount Seymour. Continue reading →
A deadly bat disease that has recently been found in Washington State, could be a disaster for the bat population in B.C. Continue reading →
The man accused of assisting in the murder of Simon Fraser University student Maple Batalia has been found not guilty of manslaughter in her death. Continue reading →
Remains found on Cypress Mountain in West Vancouver in April have now been confirmed to be those of missing British tourist Tom Billings. Continue reading →
Staff and customers of a Coquitlam coffee shop were shocked last Saturday to discover their giant teddy bear – the mascot of the cafe – had been taken. Continue reading →
Crews are investigating the cause of a house fire in Surrey. Continue reading →
A worker was seriously injured after falling out of a tree in Surrey on Wednesday. Continue reading →
The Vancouver Park Board says this is just the latest in a series of thefts involving Vancouver monuments. Continue reading →
Richmond’s Park Committee is hoping the city will take a big step towards ‘going green’ by cracking down on plastic food packaging. Continue reading →
A lawyer for a B.C. serial killer is going to appear in the Court of Appeal this morning to question the fairness of his client’s trial. Continue reading →