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Luka Forman

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Kia ora, ko Luka toku ingoa.

My interest in journalism came from being curious about the world around me. From a young age, I was always asking my parents questions about anything from politics or science to sports. As I've gotten older I've kept this curiousity which I think makes journalism the perfect career for me.

I've loved my time at Broadcasting School so far and I've covered a variety of different topics and issues. Being able to do something different each day is one of the most exciting parts of this career for me. 

I've also been writing for the ara student magazine, which I've enjoyed as an opportunity to do some longer-form creative writing.

I'm an outgoing, curious, and driven person and I think these attributes will serve me well in any newsroom. My goal in getting an internship is to learn as much as possible from the people around me and to improve myself as a journalist.                                                       

 

Metronews 03/06/22

This is the final episode of Metronews 2022. Brought to you by the students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School.

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Metronews 02/06/22

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Metronews 01/06/22

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Metronews 31/05/22

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