Police Senior Constable Wayne Harper updated the Gold FM Police File today.
Police are keen to resolve a serious incident that occurred at the south end of Waihi Beach on Sunday, October 11. Senior Constable Harper said incidents like the one that... Continue reading »
Former Waihi boy Dylan Schmidt is one of the athletes featuring in the New Zealand Olympic Committee’s ‘Be the Inspiration’ videos on their website and youtube.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee represents both the Olympic and Commonwealth Games... Continue reading »
Waihi Police are urging two females who were accosted by a male at Waihi Beach at about 12.30 pm on Sunday afternoon (October 11) to contact them.
According to reports the man deliberately exposed himself in front of them as they were walking along... Continue reading »
Waihi Blue Light Ventures is asking the public to help to apprehend brain cells at the Waihi Memorial Hall on Friday the 16th of October.
If you have clever brain cells or know someone who has, it’s necessary to register for the Quiz Night on 07 863... Continue reading »
Posted 12 October 2015, 1:20 pm
by Gold FM
Who played who in rugby on the weekend? What were the scores?
Find out by clicking play and listening to Thames Valley Rugby Football Union CEO updating the results from the weekend. Continue reading »
Newmont Waihi Gold External Affairs Manager Andrea Durie finished her position at the mining company last Friday. She had been in the role for a little over two and a half years after arriving in Waihi on a 12 month secondment.
Prior to coming to... Continue reading »
Edmond Leahy, CEO of the Thames Valley Rugby Football Union, is the man in the know when it comes to Hauraki/Coromandel regional rugby and Brian Gentil spoke to Edmond about the rugby action happening this weekend.
Click play to hear the latest and... Continue reading »
Art lovers will have a feast of creativity to enjoy this coming Labour Weekend.
The first ever Waihi Creative Arts Trail is happening from Saturday the 24th of October through to Monday the 26th during Waihi's GoldFest.
The trail is sponsored... Continue reading »
A drone has been used to capture video and images of a slip on State Highway 35 in the East Cape, as the NZ Transport Agency investigates solutions to keep the road open.
The 130 m wide slip has reduced SH35 at Maraenui Hill, between Opotiki and Te... Continue reading »
Waihi, New Zealand’s Heart of Gold is going to be hosting ‘Heartlanders – New Zealanders of the Great War.
The National Army Museum, along with the help of the New Zealand Lotteries Commission, developed the travelling World War I exhibition, which... Continue reading »
It was all downhill in Waihi last Saturday. And then it was all back uphill and downhill ... as keen riders of all ages took up the challenge to experience the 'Thrill of the Haszard Street Hill'.
Rule # 1 is to have fun and it's all... Continue reading »
Newmont Waihi Gold External Affairs Co-ordinator Kit Wilson visited Gold FM this morning for the Newmont Waihi Gold East Ender Update.
Each month we invite listeners to send through questions they have about the mining occurring in the Correnso area... Continue reading »
Hamilton Police investigating the attempted robbery of a Norton Rd store last Sunday are appealing for information from the public as they seek to identify the knife welding offender.
Detective Sergeant William Loughrin of the Hamilton CIB said a... Continue reading »
Posted 7 October 2015
by Gold FM
in Media Release
Media Release: Girl Guiding (NZ)
There are exciting times ahead for GirlGuiding New Zealand (NZ) in Waihi. Girls and potential leaders are being called on to help open a new pippin and brownie group.
“We are really excited to be able to start units back up in the area. For a while... Continue reading »
Waihi Police Sergeant Aaron Fraser updated the Gold FM Police File today.
The Waihi Bowling Club has been hit by thieves yet again. The club has been burgled several times over the years and has been fitted with an alarm system and has a policy of... Continue reading »
Posted 5 October 2015, 4:26 pm
by Gold FM
Brian Gentil spoke to Art Waikino convenor Helen Wilson about this year's event at Labour Weekend.
Helen explained how Art Waikino was established 15 years ago to fund raise towards the upkeep of the historic Victoria Hall in Waikino.
Art... Continue reading »
Waikato Police are warning of the dangers of boredom following the arrest of a group of school aged teens early this morning.
Police were called to the Starfish Services facility on Rawhiti Ave in Matamata about 3.30am and found an intoxicated... Continue reading »
The NZCT AIMS Games is held every year in Mt Maunganui and sees over 8000 Year 7 and 8 students represent their 261 schools in 19 sporting codes.
Waihi College has attended the games for a number of years and this year 65 students participated. It... Continue reading »
Thames Valley Rugby Union CEO, Edmond Leahy updated the Rugby Report this morning.
The Swamp Foxes travelled down south to challenge Westport on the weekend and Edmond said, although the boys went away full of good intentions, the Buller team was... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil caught up with Jacqui Knight from Katch Katikati this morning to find out how the Katikati Mural Contest & Arts Festival is going.
There has been heaps happening and there is still plenty to see, do and get involved in.
Click play... Continue reading »