Lisa Glass is a Senior ONE News reporter based in Auckland.
She has a science degree and studied post-graduate neuroscience for three years at Otago University before deciding to train in broadcast journalism at broadcasting school in Christchurch.
Lisa started in TV with regional station Mercury TV in
Invercargill (now Southland Television) and after joining TVNZ in
1998 she operated out of newsrooms in Dunedin, Christchurch and
Lisa returns to ONE News after three years reporting on current affairs shows Sunday and 20/20. Highlights of this time include an in-depth interview with the late David Lange for Sunday, and being awarded the 2006 Qantas Television Award for Best Current Affairs Story for a 20/20 piece on a young woman who successfully detoxed her own mother off P. Lisa was also a finalist in the 2005 Media Peace Awards for a 20/20 story on a disabled Welsh rugby team touring New Zealand during the Lions visit.
During her time on ONE News, Lisa has won the Qantas Award for
Best Junior Reporter for her work on the Queenstown floods. She has
also been presented with a merit award by the Royal Society for a
portfolio of science stories covering issues surrounding genetic
"ONE news is a great place to work," says Lisa. Its full of smart, enthusiastic people who race the clock to bring the news to New Zealanders every day."
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