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Every drop counts in Paeroa today!

Posted 23 November 2017 by Gold FM in Podcasts and Health

The New Zealand Blood Service is visiting Paeroa today. Can you save up to three lives by rolling up a sleeve and lending an arm at the Paeroa War Memorial Hall between 9 am and 1 pm? Every drop counts and you never know - you or someone you know...
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Male models wanted for Arty Bra Show

Posted 15 September 2017 by Gold FM in Arts & Culture and Health

St John Waihi needs a new building and is always looking for creative ways to raise funds.The Arty Bra Show fits the brief and is being hosted by St John at the Waihi Beach Community Centre on September 30 this year. Male models are needed to strap...
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Daffodil Day...

Posted 25 August 2017 by Gold FM in Health

Daffodil Day... New Zealand's Daffodil Day symbolises hope for 1 in 3 New Zealanders affected by cancer. Whether it's buying daffodils / donating to street collectors, purchasing merchandise, or making a donation by text/phone or online,...
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The Good Food Revolution comes to Waihi

Posted 12 May 2017 by Gold FM in Health

Brian Gentil caught up with Waihi Lions member Mike Smith who is the co-ordinator of the Good Food Revolution event happening at the Waihi Memorial Hall tomorrow (Saturday, May 13).  There will be plenty to see, do and taste at the Good Food...
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Youth INtact Services Growing

Posted 9 May 2017 by Gold FM in Education,Podcasts and Health

Youth INtact team-HAURAKI will be holding TWO official launches for their services soon.  Turaukawa Bartlett called in to chat with Brian Gentil about the services offered and to talk about the launches in Whitianga on May 10 between 2.15 and 4 pm,...
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New home for local lifesaver

Posted 3 February 2017 by Gold FM in Media Release,Council Matters and Health
Media Release: Hauraki District Council

Kaiaua’s ambulance will soon have a new roof over its head. The Hauraki District Council has agreed to lease a section adjacent to Lipscombe Road to the Order of St John, which plans to build a 7m x 7m garage for its first response vehicle on the...
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