Correction: RNZ board refutes any suggestion of job cuts

Richard Griffin. Photo / Dean Purcell
Richard Griffin. Photo / Dean Purcell

An opinion column by media columnist John Drinnan earlier today indicated that jobs cuts were imminent at Radio New Zealand following a board meeting yesterday. The RNZ board has since confirmed this is not correct. The Herald regrets the error and any distress it may have caused RNZ staff.

The full statement follows:

Statement from the Chairman of the Radio New Zealand Board of Governors
The Radio New Zealand Board Chairman, Richard Griffin, and the Radio New Zealand Board of Governors totally reject the suggestion in an article by John Drinnan in the New Zealand Herald on Friday 30th May that between 12 and 15 Radio New Zealand News staff are to lose their jobs and that the job cuts were approved by the Radio New Zealand Board of Governors yesterday.

- NZ Herald

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