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Nic Duff

Kia Ora,

When I first came to NZBS I was focused on becoming a sports reporter as sports is my passion.  However, during the past 2 years,  I have broadened my horizons and have fallen in love with all types of reporting and storytelling. 

Meeting new and interesting people has been the highlight of my time at NZBS. Rising to the challenge of writing and shaping stories has built a solid knowledge base for me to continue learning whilst giving 100 % as an intern. 

Playing organised sport since 4 years old has taught me the importance of team work and collaboration. I thrive when working with people from all different backgrounds to achieve a common goal. 

I believe my solid work ethic and willingness to learn makes me perfect for any newsroom position.

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Free Bus Fare Radio CAF

Earlier this year, Environment Canterbury voted to investigate removing the fares on all public buses around Christchurch.

Frankie Mackay Interview

Frankie Mackay received her first White Ferns contract for the upcoming summer. I sat down with her in studio to talk all things cricket.

Crocs

Crocs reached record highs in share prices for the first quarter of 2021. I investigate to see why the outrageous shoe is making a comeback.

Steve Tsukigawa

Steve is the head groundsman at the NZC High Performance Centre in Lincoln. He and his team help the Blackcaps prepare for overseas tours.

Metronews 4/6/21

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

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

From Knight to King

NZ cricketer Daryl Mitchell is focussed on winning games with Canterbury and hopes it will get him more international opportunities.