Emma Jolliff Biography – Wiki
Emma Jolliff journalist passed away on Thursday morning, Newshub director of news Hal Crawford announced in an email to staff. ‘In that time she was a senior reporter, a presenter, a mentor and a friend to many.
— Newshub (@NewshubNZ) February 6, 2020
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Newshub presenter and journalist Emma Jolliff has died. Stuff understands she had cancer and died on Thursday morning. Newshub Nation presenter and journalist Emma Jolliff has lost her battle with cancer. Jolliff had been battling cancer and the illness had forced her off-air.
Very sad to hear Emma Jolliff has passed away. Emma was an absolute professional and a lovely person. My and Natalie’s thoughts are with her family and her colleagues who I know will miss her so much.
— Simon Bridges (@simonjbridges) February 6, 2020
Crawford’s email Said
“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.”
“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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In that time she was a senior reporter, a presenter, a mentor and a friend to many.
‘Based in the Wellington newsroom, 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 a fantastic journalist and loved telling stories. She considered it an honour to tell people’s stories, and she did it so well.
‘Emma was dear to us.’
In a Facebook post from October last year, Ms Jolliff discussed her love of her profession.
‘It may be a very uncertain industry at the moment, but it’s such fun to work in, and often such a privilege to cover stories,’ she wrote.
‘Whatever happens with media companies I believe there’ll always be an appetite for news and good storytelling.’
Her colleague Cathy O’Sullivan paid tribute to her friend on Twitter.
‘A very sad day for the team,’ she wrote.
‘Rest in peace, Emma. You will be greatly missed.
Another colleague, Andrea Vance, wrote: ‘Oh. I’m just floored. Such an incredible, sharp reporter, always with the best questions and the kindest heart.’
Mark Jennings, her former boss at 3 News, told Stuff: ‘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 personally.
‘It is quite devastating we would lose her at such a young age.’
New Zealand journalist Claire Trevett added: ‘Very sad to hear this.
‘Emma was magnificent and absolutely lovely to boot.’