Award winning journalist, Miriama Kamo, is the presenter and a reporter for TVNZ’s flagship current affairs programme, Sunday and a presenter on TVNZ’s bilingual Maori and English current affairs show, Marae.
A founding Sunday team member, Miriama has relished working on the stories that matter to New Zealander's. Miriama also proudly fronts Maori current affairs programme Marae, alongside Scotty Morrison.
Miriama has worked across most of TVNZ’s stable of news and current affairs programmes, including 20/20 and 1 News at Six. As a newsreader, Miriama has been at the forefront of many major New Zealand events, including the Pike River Explosion, the passing of Sir Edmund Hillary, and the Christchurch earthquakes.
A writer, Miriama’s work is regularly featured on news sites, online publications and in magazines and in early 2018 Miriama had her first children’s book published. Miriama draws on her skills as a journalist and television presenter - injected with her natural warmth to ensure events run smoothly and is the ultimate professional MC.