Broadcaster Peter Williams is leaving TVNZ
After more than 40 years on TVNZ, the veteran broadcaster Peter Williams has announced he is stepping down.
According to an interview with The Bay Of Plenty Times, Williams said he will leave the channel in December, 2018, shortly after his 65th birthday.
"I've had a pretty good run," Williams told the paper. " Been to quite a few places and done enough stuff."
Williams began his broadcasting career as a sports reporter, covering Olympic and Commonwealth games and cricket.
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In 2010 he covered the Pike Rive disaster, and was newsreader on TVNZ's Breakfast until it's revamp in 2016.
In 1986, Williams took part in the recording of the music video in Support of New Zealand's America's Cup bid.
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