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.
'Never' been overseas: How students are fundraising for a trip to Tahiti
The school is welcoming sponsorships for the trip, which will cost about $6500 per student
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'I can’t even describe... how painful that was. Like the pain went through my organs.'
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'Despite everything I’ve been through with my health, look how far I’ve come.'
'Getting done over': Frustration after Air NZ cuts back daily service
The lack of options impacts domestic and international connections, customer says.