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Sophie Vaughan

Ata Mārie, I am an ambitious and determined journalist studying as a second-year student at the New Zealand Broadcasting School.

I am eager to tell balanced and truthful stories, and I enjoy challenging myself to delve into all aspects of storytelling, whether that be through various issue based topics, or through a variety of news outlets. 

As a creative individual, I thrive in both team and independent work. My passion and dedication to my stories can be valued by many, and I can't wait to continue learning while I delve into the industry.

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time on Metro News and Plains FM, which has made me even more enthusiastic to take my ideas to the next level. 

I believe with my work ethic and positive attitude, I will be an excellent addition to any news environment. 


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Ashburton locals take to the street

The car racing junkies of the South Island have taken to the track in the annual Ashburton Street Sprints. But what is it about this event that is getting locals to come back every year?

Changing the image of Croquet

When you think of what sports appeal to young people, croquet's the furthest from your mind. Now, Croquet New Zealand wants that to change and are trying to spread the word that croquet is cool.