Who is Emma jolliff? Bio, Wiki, Age, Spouse, Death, Net Worth

Emma jolliff Bio, Wiki

Emma jolliff was a Newshub presenter and journalist. She was working across digital, Radio Live and telly for the sparkly new Newshub. according to Newshub, She has died on 6th February after a battle with cancer. Emma was one of the most loved reporters ever to work at TV3. It was really well known she was incredibly generous both professionally and personality.

Age & Education

Emma​ was based in Wellington but travelled regularly to Auckland to host shows across Newshub. Emma earns his bachelor degree from the University of Canterbury. She has died at the age of 48.

Emma jolliff Newshub

Emma was the presenter and journalist of Newshub. she spread her positivity around with numerous stints in Auckland as a presenter and more recently as a co-host of Newshub Nation.

She was the co-host of Newshub Nation, had regularly read the news for Newshub Live at 6 , while also working as a Wellington-based reporter.

Emma had been with the network since 2007, most recently working as a co-host of the weekend politics show Newshub Nation. Newshub boss Hal Crawford said Jolliff​ had been a “first-class reporter”, but also a friend and mentor to many in journalism.

Husband and Children

Emma was survived by her husband and two teenage children.

Death and Cause

Emma jolliff has died on 6th February after a battle with cancer. She has died at the age of 48. Jolliff had been battling cancer and her treatment had forced her off-air.

Newshub news director Hal Crawford confirmed Jolliff’s death in an email to staff today, describing her as a first-class reporter. She was a fantastic journalist and loved telling stories. She considered it an honour to tell people’s stories, and she did it so well, Crawford’s email said.

Emma was such a lovely person, a real positive presence in the newsroom and a thorough professional. I have had many messages today from all over the media and political spectrum, and they all mention Emma’s love of story and fundamentally good nature.

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