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Major blow for Channel Nine staff – as leaked internal email reveals they won’t be getting paid on time

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Channel Nine staff looking to get away for the long Easter weekend were told on Good Friday that their fortnightly paycheck was late (pictured are The Today Show presenters Karl Stefanovic and Sarah Abo).

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Channel Nine staff looking to get away for the Easter long weekend were told on Good Friday that their fortnightly paycheck had been delayed.

Staff received an email from Nine group financial operations director Danielle Abandowitz telling them the payment they were due to receive on Saturday would not be processed until Tuesday.

“This is due to the public holidays and although payment details have been finalized and transferred to ANZ, they will not be processed until Tuesday 2 April,” he wrote in the email obtained by The Australian.

“We have contacted ANZ to see if it can be processed sooner but we anticipate this is unlikely.”

Channel Nine staff looking to get away for the long Easter weekend were told on Good Friday that their fortnightly paycheck was late (pictured are The Today Show presenters Karl Stefanovic and Sarah Abo).

Channel Nine staff looking to get away for the long Easter weekend were told on Good Friday that their fortnightly paycheck was late (pictured are The Today Show presenters Karl Stefanovic and Sarah Abo).

Staff at credit unions or accounts at secondary banks were told they might have to wait an extra day to see their payment appear.

“We apologize for the inconvenience caused, we and ANZ should have picked this up and processed on Thursday 28 March,” the email continued.

“Ongoing, we will implement processes so that funds are received sooner so that there are no delays due to bank closures and holidays.”

Last year the salaries of some of Nine’s biggest stars were revealed, with comedian Hamish Blake reported to have earned $2 million for presenting Lego Masters.

Today show host Karl Stefanovic and his former co-host Allison Langdon would earn $1.5 million, as would Scott Cam for hosting The Block.

Staff received an email from Nine group financial operations director Danielle Abandowitz telling them the payment they were due to receive on Saturday would not be processed until Tuesday.

Staff received an email from Nine group financial operations director Danielle Abandowitz telling them the payment they were due to receive on Saturday would not be processed until Tuesday.

Staff received an email from Nine group financial operations director Danielle Abandowitz telling them the payment they were due to receive on Saturday would not be processed until Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Sydney newsreader Peter Overton, 57, is also listed with a salary of between $900,000 and $1 million.

It comes after the resignation of popular Today Show host Brooke Boney last month.

The TV presenter, 36, confirmed she will be leaving Channel Nine’s morning show to pursue her dreams at Oxford University in the UK.

Boney had appeared on The Today Show as a news and entertainment reporter for five years, and will officially leave the Nine Network after the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Brooke will study an intensive year-long Master of Public Policy course, which focuses on economics and policymaking.

Nine’s rising star admitted the decision to leave her beloved role on the show was “really difficult”.

“It has been a dream of mine to be able to study at a foreign university and I felt it was the right time to take that step,” he explained.

‘I’m so grateful to come here every day and I love you all so much. So the decision was really difficult. But that just means you’ll all have to plan trips to the UK to come visit me.

Today Show presenter Brooke Boney has said she is leaving the Channel Nine breakfast show to pursue her dreams at Oxford University in the UK.

Today Show presenter Brooke Boney has said she is leaving the Channel Nine breakfast show to pursue her dreams at Oxford University in the UK.

Today Show presenter Brooke Boney has said she is leaving the Channel Nine breakfast show to pursue her dreams at Oxford University in the UK.

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