Connie Agius is a journalist at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). She has previously worked as a producer at Channel 4 News in London, and contributed to Newsweek, Meanjin, Deutsche Welle's Inside Europe and the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS).
At the ABC, Connie has worked as a reporter for the flagship investigative radio programme Background Briefing, and as a researcher for the investigative journalism television programme Four Corners. She has also worked for the organisation's audio current affairs division, where she covered national and international news for AM, The World Today and PM.
Connie has won an Amnesty International Australia Media Award and Human Rights Television Award for her work at the ABC. She has also been nominated for a Walkley, Australia's highest honour in journalism, and a United Nations Association of Australia Media Award. Her freelance reporting has also gained recognition. Connie's six-month investigation into people smuggling and organised crime was acquired by Newsweek, and the cover story was long listed in One World Media's Corruption Reporting Award.
Connie studied journalism at Western Sydney University, and cinematography at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS). She was also awarded a reporting grant from the International Women's Media Foundation in 2017.