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Katie Scotcher

People's actions, stories, lifestyles and how they're broadcast have always fascinated me. So after finishing high school, Broadcasting school was the next step. Since studying here, my passion for broadcast journalism has only grown. In first year, I developed a love for radio news - learning how to accurately write the news under intense time pressure. I've also thoroughly enjoyed writing for other platforms during my second-year. I'm interested in crime, arts, politics, social issues and local government.  

 

Contact me:
katiescotcher@gmail.com

My work:

http://thewireless.co.nz/articles/gloriavale-s-stage-show-is-unlike-anything-else-on-earth

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/314636/man-donates-$600k-to-park-in-memory-of-late-wife
Linkedin:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-scotcher-07a55375/
Twitter:

https://twitter.com/katiescotcher

No community BBQ for park

Former Wigram Lions Club president says Avonhead Park is the perfect location for a community barbecue, rejecting conerns it could distract nearby pre-schoolers and grievers.

Cyclist killed in crash

Two cyclists have been hit by a truck near Mt Cook. One is dead, the other is in a stable condition after being airlifted to hospital.