MediaWorks' internal investigation into accusations of misconduct including sexual harassment at The Rock radio station has found no evidence of wrongdoing by the current staff.
In an email sighted by Newshub which was sent to employees on Monday, MediaWorks chief executive Cam Wallace said it was important to acknowledge it had been a "difficult time" for The Rock in recent weeks with the station "in the spotlight".
"While we would not normally share anything of a confidential nature about any of our employees, in this case, I can share that there have been no findings of misconduct in relation to any of our current staff at The Rock," Wallace's email read.
Wallace did not make mention of any former staff members from The Rock.
"The Rock team is highly valued at MediaWorks - they're all extremely passionate about their listeners and brand," it continued.
"The brand has developed a lot over the years with the station becoming strong advocates for mental health, and we should be proud of the work they continue to do."
An independent investigation into numerous anonymous allegations of sexual harassment, bullying, and toxic working environments remains underway and is carried out by Maria Dew QC.
Last month, Stuff reported that two MediaWorks staff members had been stood down during the investigation, including one high-profile who went on to resign.
MediaWorks owned Newshub until late 2020, when it was bought by Discovery.