Megan Wilson is a Multimedia Journalist for the Bay of Plenty Times and Rotorua Daily Post.
Megan Wilson started working as a journalist for NZME based in Tauranga in 2021. She writes for the Bay of Plenty Times and Rotorua Daily Post. She graduated from Victoria University of Wellington in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts and from the London School of Journalism in 2021 with a post-graduate diploma in journalism. Since starting as a journalist, she has primarily covered health and general news, writing about COVID-19, staff and resourcing issues in the public health system, and the battle Kiwis face for unfunded, life-saving drugs, treatments and health screening in New Zealand.
'Most terrifying thing': Boy breaks neck in 'horrific' diving accident
Whanāu says the keen sailor who dreams of becoming an All Black faces a long recovery.
Sacked worker demanded $100m of money, gold bullion after refusing to get Covid vaccine
The ERA found he had been 'doctor shopping' for a medical exemption for the Covid vaccine.
'Screaming for my life': Man who lost leg in 'horrific' accident now helps amputees
'I can’t even describe... how painful that was. Like the pain went through my organs.'
Man sentenced for 'slashing' victim during burglary at Indian restaurant
The defendant stated he did not remember doing any of the actions he committed.
'Seen in 30 minutes': New 'hybrid' medical clinic opens in Pāpāmoa
'It was just about seeing someone ... and not having to wait for a GP to be available.'
They gave her a new liver as a baby - 30 years later she's racing 243km to celebrate
'Despite everything I’ve been through with my health, look how far I’ve come.'
Traffic 'through the roof': Kardashian plugs NZ mum's skincare products online
'To have someone like her attached to our brand ... is just really powerful.'
'Rollercoaster': Teen given 9 months to live a year ago now heading back to school
A tumour 'the size of a golf ball' in Chastiny Malone's brain has shrunk to half the size.
Advocate calls for principal, board to resign after 'damning' report into safety of LGBTQIA+ students
The report found some students believed they were bullied due to their sexual orientation.
'Getting done over': Frustration after Air NZ cuts back daily service
The lack of options impacts domestic and international connections, customer says.
'Hundreds' of seizures a day: Boy, 7, to undergo brain surgery
'Our children haven’t had a normal life for seven years,' mum says.