Sandringham was mentioned, as that is where the Royals were. It should be an easy place to pronounce, but in Australia it is not. We go between posh, which almost omits the final 'a' vowel to broad Australian where it is flat, nasally and stretched out. I noted Cath Turner's diction was excellent and she hit the sweet spot by pronouncing Sandringham neither in broad Aussie or posh Aussie, but right in the middle.
Let's take an interlude with a picture of the newest Royal housewife. Ah, she is quite attractive without being stunning. Just as well she is only tinted and not too black for The Royals.
So who is this Cath Turner and why is her diction so good and her pronunciation of Sandringham so perfect for Australian ears? Anglo names can be very deceiving. She was an adopted Vietnamese baby who grew up in country New South Wales. I don't think she went to a posh school and to me it all remains a puzzle. Whatever, I class her as a good reporter with excellent diction and pronunciation. Our ABC should snap her up.