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... Continue reading »
It was good to welcome Senior Constable Harley North back into the Gold FM studio this morning. Local police have been busy with family violence, drones, break-ins, crashes, intoxication, assault and more being investigated over the past week.... Continue reading »
Mayor John Tregidga has a busy schedule at the moment. He has seven meetings to attend today and has been busy with meetings in Auckland and Wellington.
The Turua water main has been upgraded and the Hauraki District Council is onto road... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil spoke to Nick Price, the MC for tomorrow's Vegetarian Festival which is happening at the Waihi International Academy on Landlyst Road.
The festival is a feast for the eyes, ears and stomach with an amazing array of things... Continue reading »
It was Sergeant Craig Thorne's 'long arm of the law' that did the good deed of drawing Louisa Miller's name out of the thousands of entries in the Go Waihi Stop, Shop and Win - Pot of Gold competition.He was the perfect candidate... Continue reading »
Thames Valley Rugby Union CEO Edmond Leahy is the man in the know when it comes to who's playing who, where this weekend.
Brian Gentil caught up with Edmond to review the All Blacks - French selection outing and to preview the games this... Continue reading »
Sergeant Craig Thorne called into Gold FM to update us on the Police File. He had to take the long way to work this morning due to a crash on Waihi Beach Road at approximately 7 am. Craig reminded people to be aware of the conditions as someone used... Continue reading »
Thames Valley Rugby Union CEO Edmond Leahy reported in on the Thames Valley 7s Championship at Waitakaruru Domain last Saturday.
Edmond said the weather was good with great temperatures for the boys to play 7 a side. After Pool play was cleared out... Continue reading »
Mayor John Tregidga called in from the 'swivel chair' in his office for a catch up this morning.
Council is working with Waihi Community Marae and has agreed to pay for the cost to have an old asbestos ridden classroom on the Marae grounds... Continue reading »
Edmond Leahy, CEO of the Thames Valley Rugby Union reported in on the rugby over the weekend.
A Rugby 7's tournament was held at Whitianga on Saturday, November 4. Nine teams played in the tournament which included 7 local teams and 2 from the... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil spoke to Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens about the call-outs Waihi Fire & Rescue Service has attended over the past week. A new tool for the fire service, two motor vehicle accidents, a small fire in a tree and the sad passing of the... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil caught up with Noeline Loader, the Director of the Waihi Drama Society's latest production.
The Gala Opening is on tonight and the audience is invited to get into the spirit of the sixties and raid their wardrobes for something... Continue reading »
The Rainbow Welcome in Waihi was postponed last Saturday and a careful weather eye is being trained on the weather forecast for this Saturday when it will go ahead - if the weather behaves.
Mayor John Tregidga congratulated the Paeroa Lions Club for... Continue reading »
Thames Valley Rugby Union CEO Edmond Leahy reported in on a full weekend of rugby. The Thames Valley Heartland and Development teams' prizegiving happened on Friday night with plenty of prizes awarded in a series of categories. Goldfields... Continue reading »
The Gold FM Fire Call out with Chief Fire Officer Moe Stephens was a little later this week, and it was a very busy one too. With eleven call outs there wasn’t much time for the volunteers to rest before the siren was going off again.
On Tuesday... Continue reading »
Hauraki Mayor John Tregidga had a great weekend with two happy days of golf fitted in. He has a busy week with one day less for his workload, including a Council Meeting today.
Liquor and Gaming bylaws are up for discussion today. The Mayor... Continue reading »
Edmond Leahy CEO of the Thames Valley Rugby Union called in with results and highlights from the rugby over the weekend.
Results:Heartland CompetitionHorowhenua Kapiti 18 v Buller 17 21 Oct Mid Canterbury 56 v Poverty Bay Ashburton 22 21 Oct West... Continue reading »
Thames Valley Rugby Union CEO Edmond Leahy reported in on the rugby happening this weekend.Here's what's on:
Heartland Competition semi finalsIt's down to the wire for the Meads Cup tomorrow.Horowhenua Kapiti vs Buller - Levin 2:00... Continue reading »
The All Day Annual Waihi Football Association Labour Weekend Tournament is happening this Saturday and Sunday.
Matty Flude called in to update us about the competing teams, the plan for the weekend and to remind us that the public is welcome along... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil asked about drones and their use in the district when he spoke to Hauraki District Mayor John Tregidga. Permission is required to fly a drone over private property, council property and events. "There is a privacy issue and anyone... Continue reading »