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Test results confirm further COVID-19 cases aboard quarantined container ship

Test results confirm further COVID-19 cases aboard quarantined container ship

Posted July 20, 2021
Health

A total of nine crew members onboard the Mattina container ship, currently in quarantine in Bluff, have now tested positive...

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Pause on Quarantine-Free Travel from Victoria extended; Quarantine Free Travel with Queensland continues

Pause on Quarantine-Free Travel from Victoria extended; Quarantine Free Travel with Queensland continues

Posted July 19, 2021
Travel , Health

The pause on Quarantine-Free Travel from Victoria to New Zealand will be extended for now, the Ministry of Health has...

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Gold FM Fire Call Out

Gold FM Fire Call Out

Posted July 19, 2021
Emergency Services , Podcasts

There were six call outs to cover on the Gold FM Fire Call Out with Waihi Chief Fire Officer Moe...

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Two confirmed cases aboard quarantined container ship

Two confirmed cases aboard quarantined container ship

Posted July 19, 2021
Health

Two symptomatic crew members onboard the Mattina container ship, currently in quarantine in Bluff, have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Coromandel Community to Benefit from Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate Foundation Grants

Coromandel Community to Benefit from Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate Foundation Grants

Posted July 19, 2021
Community

Coromandel trainee drivers, a playcentre and the Thames Coast Community Kindergarten are three recent recipients of Harcourts Foundation grants, announced...

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Posted July 19, 2021
Podcasts , Sport

Click our podcast link to listen to the Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star saw Scott Day

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Pfizer shipment boosts vaccine schedule

Pfizer shipment boosts vaccine schedule

Posted July 19, 2021
Health

The largest shipment of the Pfizer vaccine to date has arrived into New Zealand two days ahead of schedule

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Helicopters to the Rescue

Helicopters to the Rescue

Posted July 19, 2021
Emergency Services

Helicopters to the Rescue

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Brief reprieve before more rain midweek

Brief reprieve before more rain midweek

Posted July 19, 2021
Weather

Another low pressure moves over the country on Wednesday and Thursday

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John Holyoake welcomed as Western Bay’s new CEO

John Holyoake welcomed as Western Bay’s new CEO

Posted July 19, 2021
Council Matters

John Holyoake has officially stepped into his new role as Western Bay of Plenty District Council’s CEO.

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted July 19, 2021
Podcasts , Sport

To listen to the Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors, from landscaping supplies to cartage they're your one stop...

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Update on Whole Genome Sequencing for Playa Zahara Crew

Update on Whole Genome Sequencing for Playa Zahara Crew

Posted July 16, 2021
Health

Preliminary results of whole genome sequencing from three crew members of the Playa Zahara fishing vessel show they have the...

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Posted July 16, 2021
Podcasts , Sport

Click our podcast link to hear the full rugby report with Scott Day and Brian Gentil

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Lucky Numbers Just The Ticket For Tauranga’s Newest Millionaire

Lucky Numbers Just The Ticket For Tauranga’s Newest Millionaire

Posted July 16, 2021
Community

A Tauranga father is celebrating after his lucky numbers saw him become the country’s newest Lotto millionaire by winning Lotto...

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SH25A closed for vehicle recovery on Monday

SH25A closed for vehicle recovery on Monday

Posted July 16, 2021
Road Info

State Highway 25A (Kopu-Hikuai Road) will be closed for several hours on Monday for vehicle recovery, following a multi-vehicle crash...

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted July 16, 2021
Podcasts , Sport

Click on our podcast link to hear the full football report with Brian Gentil and Rudy Sas

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Unprecedented Demand On Ambulance Services This Winter

Unprecedented Demand On Ambulance Services This Winter

Posted July 16, 2021
Community , Health

St John Ambulance is experiencing extremely high demand for ambulance services across the country with workload over the last week...

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Pause to quarantine-free travel from Victoria to New Zealand

Pause to quarantine-free travel from Victoria to New Zealand

Posted July 15, 2021
Travel , Health

Quarantine-free travel from Victoria to New Zealand will be paused from 1.59 am (NZT) Friday.

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Police investigating crash near Matamata seek information

Police investigating crash near Matamata seek information

Posted July 15, 2021
Emergency Services

Police are seeking information from the public as part of ongoing inquiries into a crash near Matamata.

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Enquiries Ongoing Into Cause Of SH25A Kopu-Hikuai Road Crash

Enquiries Ongoing Into Cause Of SH25A Kopu-Hikuai Road Crash

Posted July 15, 2021
Emergency Services

SH25A Kopu-Hikuai Road was closed earlier today due to a crash involving a truck and three other vehicles.

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SH25A (Kopu-Hikuai Rd) closed after multi-vehicle crash

SH25A (Kopu-Hikuai Rd) closed after multi-vehicle crash

Posted July 15, 2021
Road Info

A multi-vehicle crash has closed State Highway 25A between Kopu and Hikuai this afternoon.

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COVID-19 testing infringement notices issued to border workers

COVID-19 testing infringement notices issued to border workers

Posted July 15, 2021
Health

The first infringement notices for border workers who have not complied with COVID-19 testing requirements have been issued.

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Nigel Challenges Himself To A Big Run To Help Waihi College Girls Give A Little Fundraiser

Nigel Challenges Himself To A Big Run To Help Waihi College Girls Give A Little Fundraiser

Posted July 15, 2021
Community , Podcasts , Sport

Brian Gentil asked Nigel Neame about his legs when he spoke with him about a fundraiser Nigel is supporting.

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$2.5 billion water package announced

$2.5 billion water package announced

Posted July 15, 2021
Environmental , Government , Council Matters

The Government has announced a $2.5 billion package to support drinking water, wastewater and stormwater services.

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Man Shot By Police Dies

Man Shot By Police Dies

Posted July 15, 2021
Emergency Services

Police have confirmed a man who died following a firearms incident in Hamilton overnight was shot by Police.

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Waihi Football Club Gutted By Vandalism

Waihi Football Club Gutted By Vandalism

Posted July 15, 2021
Community , Podcasts , Sport

Brian Gentil spoke to Richard James, President of the Waihi Association Football Club, about the latest episode of gut wrenching...

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16 of the 18 crew of Playa Zahara test COVID positive

16 of the 18 crew of Playa Zahara test COVID positive

Posted July 15, 2021
Health

The Ministry of Health is today confirming 16 of the 18 crew of the Spanish-flagged shipping vessel the Playa Zahara...

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Update on the Viking Bay fishing vessel

Update on the Viking Bay fishing vessel

Posted July 14, 2021
Health

One of the remaining five crew members aboard the Viking Baybecame unwell and was transferred to an on-shore quarantine facility...

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Biosecurity company fined $245K after NZ employee injured on international ship outside NZ

Biosecurity company fined $245K after NZ employee injured on international ship outside NZ

Posted July 14, 2021
Court News

In a significant prosecution, Maritime NZ has held a New Zealand employer accountable for the safety of their employee working...

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New national cancer treatment service opens

New national cancer treatment service opens

Posted July 14, 2021
Health

A new national cancer treatment service will see patients who used to travel to Australia treated in Auckland, Health Minister...

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