The Daily Telegraph reports
They not only read the news together, Jim Wilson and Chris Bath fundraise together.
And when they raise money for cancer, they do it with one person on their mind - Jim Wilson's son Sam, who passed away from brain cancer more than three years ago.
His youngest son continues to be a daily inspiration to Wilson, who is passionate about raising awareness and funds to research the disease.
"Sam was an inspiration and way beyond his years and it is terribly, terribly sad he was taken so early," Wilson said.
"He lived life at a million miles an hour and Sam to this day would want me to be passionate about these sorts of charities."
Wilson credits his wife Bath with helping him through the tough time.
"She was a rock during the whole thing and she got me thought it," he said. "Chris and I have worked together for 14 years and we obviously do the news together as Mr and Mrs News. But as far as the whole thing goes with charities, the one we do really passionately together is cancer research."
Wilson and Bath are Cancer Council NSW ambassadors and are this week taking part in the 20th anniversary of Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.
Meanwhile, Bath has revealed she has been caring for her father after he was left crippled by a stroke.
Bath opened up about her family’s battle with strokes on 2GB following her grandmother’s funeral this week, who also passed away from the same cardiovascular disease.
Her father, 71, is still reduced to a “child-like state” from a stroke four years ago and recently moved from the Central Coast into her home.
“(My grandmother) was more concerned about (my father’s) welfare than her own,” Bath said. “She was worried he wasn’t going to get the care he needed.
“Mum doesn’t get a break,” she said. “(I told her) you have to come and move in with me. She didn’t feel like his wife anymore, she felt like his nurse.
Bath criticised the lack of funding for stroke research during last week’s federal budget.
“I was outraged to see there was no money for strokes,” she said. “Stroke is something that falls into the category of a non-sexy illness.
“(It’s) the second biggest killer in Australia.”