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Jessica Swan

Kia Ora, my name is Jessica Swan and I'm an enthusiastic journalism student. 

Motivated by my passion for people and love for learning, I am excited to grow into an effective and trusted voice for others. I'm committed to educational and creative stories, told always with tūmanako, kōrero pono and manaakitanga.

You can check out some of my favourite experiences on LinkedIn, or feel free to contact me with any stories and questions via:

Email: jes0860@arastudent.ac.nz or Mobile: 022 033 4720 

 

Metronews: Library

Residents are disappointed at a proposal to cut funding to a number of city libraries.

As Jessica Swan reports, it could mean shortened opening hours, less staff and potentially - fewer books.

Metronews: Representation in Media

Students at a bilingual school in Woolston are having a go at being professional broadcasters.

The aim is to get different voices and faces into the media, and represent diversity in the community. 

Metronews: Studio Live James Daniels

A well-known figure in Christchurch, James Daniels has been widely involved with local government and media. Now, he's set to become an afternoon host on Newstalk ZB with Simon Barnett - cutting short…

Metronews: Fungi Farm

If you want to know more about the fascinating world of fungi, then you might want to check out the Richmond Community garden.

As I found out, they're growing all kinds of exotic plants.

Metronews 2/6/21

This episode of Metronews is brought to you by the students of the NewZealand broadcasting school

Metronews 1/06/21

This episode of Metronews is brought to you by the students of the NewZealand broadcasting school

Metronews 31/05/21

This episode of Metronews is brought to you by the students of the NewZealand broadcasting school

The rise of disc golf

Christchurch takes the cake for hosting the most popular disc golf course in Australasia, with hundreds of players every weekend.