Cheapskates RNZ cough up


RNZ tried to get away without paying writers a red cent for their work

When Radio New Zealand recently announced its short story competition for the Nine To Noon show, writers from all over the country flocked to their computers to create or revise a story for submission. This isn’t surprising: there are limited avenues to get one’s work into the public eye and RNZ is valued in the writing community for the opportunities it offers to local writers….

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