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Melissa also took to her personal Instagram account to announce the news.
“We’re all desperate for clear information. Please join me and the team from THE LATEST at 7pm tonight @channel7,” she wrote.
“We’ll have advice for parents on ensuring kids don’t fall behind when schooling from home.
"State borders closing - what does it mean for you? We’ll be live to Mark Riley as national cabinet debates next steps - when will we face next level lockdowns?
"The boss of Centrelink joins us to explain how they underestimated the demand at their offices and online.”
This will be Doyles’ first TV gig since Sunday Night was axed nearly five months ago.
The TV star spoke to The Australian January, saying she remained optimistic that there is a place for mature women in television.
“I hope I’m a better journalist than I was 20 years ago,” she said, and “I hope (mature women are) always judged on our ability and that age shouldn’t really come into it.”