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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate

Posted June 29, 2020
Podcasts , Sports

Marcus Howie, the Thames Valley Rugby Football Union's Rugby Development Officer, spoke with Brian Gentil this morning starting with the...

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Urgent water summit called by Waikato Regional Council

Urgent water summit called by Waikato Regional Council

Posted June 29, 2020

Waikato Regional Council’s chair has called for an urgent summit to find pragmatic place-based solutions to Auckland’s water crisis, while...

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted June 29, 2020
Podcasts , Sports

Waihi Association Football Club's Brent Willoughby spoke with Brian Gentil about the junior football firstly and how it had to...

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Government strengthens managed isolation system

Government strengthens managed isolation system

Posted June 28, 2020
Health

A range of improvements are already underway to address issues identified in the rapid review of the Managed Isolation and...

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4 new cases of COVID-19

4 new cases of COVID-19

Posted June 28, 2020
Health

Today there are four new cases of COVID-19 at the border. There continue to be no cases in the community....

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Vehicle crashes into power poles - Bowentown

Vehicle crashes into power poles - Bowentown

Posted June 28, 2020
Road Info

A vehicle hit a power pole at Bowentown early this morning cutting power to 856 properties.

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Lightning strike cuts power

Lightning strike cuts power

Posted June 27, 2020
Environmental , Weather

A lightning strike was responsible for a power cut affecting 10,371 properties in the Waihi to Whangamata area from 3.44...

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2 new cases of COVID-19

2 new cases of COVID-19

Posted June 27, 2020
Health , Media Release

Today there are two cases of COVID-19 to report and once again both cases are people who have recently returned...

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Scott Watson’s convictions to be referred to Court of Appeal

Scott Watson’s convictions to be referred to Court of Appeal

Posted June 26, 2020
Media Release

The Governor-General has referred Scott Watson’s convictions for murder back to the Court of Appeal, Justice Minister Andrew Little announced...

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More rain on the way for the Coromandel - watch for slips

More rain on the way for the Coromandel - watch for slips

Posted June 26, 2020
Council Matters , Road Info

It’s going to be another rough night for the Coromandel and with the possibility of more slips on the roads,...

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Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Posted June 26, 2020
Council Matters , Podcasts

Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams talked with Brian Gentil today. First up they looked at the reintroduced Development Contributions Policy...

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1 new case of COVID-19

1 new case of COVID-19

Posted June 26, 2020
Health

There is one new case of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation in New Zealand today, and no cases of...

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Thames Valley Supports Women's Rugby - push play ladies!

Thames Valley Supports Women's Rugby - push play ladies!

Posted June 26, 2020
Sports

Women’s rugby is on the up ‘n’ up. The Thames Valley Rugby Union supports women’s rugby and is keen to...

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate

Posted June 26, 2020
Podcasts , Sports

Brian Gentil spoke with Thames Valley Rugby Development Officer Marcus Howie after calling in to their offices earlier in the...

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Climate change to be included in all council decision making

Climate change to be included in all council decision making

Posted June 26, 2020
Council Matters , Environmental

Waikato Regional Council is future-proofing all its programmes, actions and activities by incorporating climate change considerations into decision making.

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted June 26, 2020
Podcasts , Sports

Brian Gentil caught up with Brent Willoughby from the Waihi Association Football Club and the overnight announcement that New Zealand...

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The NZ Bird Garden Survey starts tomorrow

Posted June 26, 2020
Environmental

It's a good excuse to spend some time watching out for and counting the feathered visitors to your garden.

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DoC and iwi at scene of whale stranding

DoC and iwi at scene of whale stranding

Posted June 26, 2020
Environmental

DoC is asking the public to stay away from Whakatete Bay as staff respond to a whale stranding at Whakatete...

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Heavy rain arrives in the north, unsettled weekend for most

Heavy rain arrives in the north, unsettled weekend for most

Posted June 25, 2020
Weather

Heavy rain and strong easterlies are affecting parts of the upper North Island today, as a front moves slowly southwards....

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3 new cases of COVID-19

3 new cases of COVID-19

Posted June 25, 2020
Health

There are three new cases of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation facilities in New Zealand today, one in Rotorua...

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Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency roading update  - SH25 closed after heavy rain and strong winds overnight

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency roading update - SH25 closed after heavy rain and strong winds overnight

Posted June 25, 2020
Road Info

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises State Highway 25 is closed at Hikuai, just south of Tairua, due to flooding...

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Power Cut - Thames

Power Cut - Thames

Posted June 25, 2020

A power cut is affecting about 103 properties in Thames this morning due to damaged equipment.

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New protection for dolphins and support for changes to fishing methods

New protection for dolphins and support for changes to fishing methods

Posted June 24, 2020
Environmental , Media Release

Extensive new protections are being put in place as part of an updated plan to look after New Zealand’s native...

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Waikato Regional Council opposed to queue jumping

Waikato Regional Council opposed to queue jumping

Posted June 24, 2020
Council Matters , Environmental

Waikato Regional Council will this afternoon tell the Environment Select Committee it does not support a bid by Auckland Council...

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Police target alleged Comanchero money laundering operation - assets restrained and arrests made

Police target alleged Comanchero money laundering operation - assets restrained and arrests made

Posted June 24, 2020
Emergency Services

The National Organised Crime Group have disrupted a criminal syndicate allegedly involved in providing money laundering services for the Comanchero...

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Forecast for heavy rain, strong winds prompts call for motorists to take care

Forecast for heavy rain, strong winds prompts call for motorists to take care

Posted June 24, 2020
Road Info

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is urging motorists to take care ahead of heavy rain and strong winds forecast for...

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1 new case of COVID-19

1 new case of COVID-19

Posted June 24, 2020
Health

There is one new case of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation in New Zealand today.The person who has tested...

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued

Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued

Posted June 24, 2020
Weather

A front is expected to move slowly south over Northland this afternoon and evening and then affect the Coromandel Peninsula...

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted June 24, 2020
Podcasts , Sports

Brian Gentil caught up with football aficionado Brent Willoughby to catch up on news about local and not so local...

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Protect Karangahake calls for support for Coromandel Watchdog

Protect Karangahake calls for support for Coromandel Watchdog

Posted June 24, 2020
Environmental

Protect Karangahake is calling on its community and supporters to donate towards the legal costs of Coromandel Watchdog.

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