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Waikato District Health Board refutes suggestions PPE is being restricted

Waikato District Health Board refutes suggestions PPE is being restricted

Posted April 10, 2020
Health

Waikato DHB has very clear policies and protocols for the use of personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic. This...

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Update on Thames Coromandel Kerbside rubbish and recycling

Update on Thames Coromandel Kerbside rubbish and recycling

Posted April 09, 2020
Council Matters

There will be no Kerbside collections on Easter Monday (13 April), so collections across the district will be one day...

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29 new cases of COVID-19 - new total 1239

29 new cases of COVID-19 - new total 1239

Posted April 09, 2020
Health

Today there are 29 new cases of COVID-19 to report - made up of 23 new confirmed cases of COVID-19...

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Contactless Paywave limit raised to $200

Contactless Paywave limit raised to $200

Posted April 09, 2020

New Zealand’s payments industry will progressively roll out an increased temporary PIN limit of $200 for contactless card payments over...

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Summary of COVID-19 cases 09 April 2020

Summary of COVID-19 cases 09 April 2020

Posted April 09, 2020
Health

Total number of confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases: 1,239

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A fine start but stormy weather to finish the Easter Weekend

A fine start but stormy weather to finish the Easter Weekend

Posted April 09, 2020
Weather

MetService is forecasting that Easter Weekend will be settled on Friday and Saturday, followed by a significant weather system which...

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Gold FM School Report

Gold FM School Report

Posted April 09, 2020
Education

Brian Gentil caught up with Alistair Cochrane, Principal of Waihi College, on Thursday morning about schools in general terms.

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Waikato Hospital confirms positive COVID-19 test for two nurses

Waikato Hospital confirms positive COVID-19 test for two nurses

Posted April 09, 2020
Health

Waikato DHB confirmed two nurses have tested positive for COVID-19. The nurses, who work in the same ward at Waikato...

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Learning from home ready to roll

Learning from home ready to roll

Posted April 09, 2020
Education

The Ministry of Education is working with partners to develop a package of options so that students can learn at...

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OceanaGold Projects Update

OceanaGold Projects Update

Posted April 09, 2020
Business

Kit Wilson from OceanaGold phoned in to talk with Brian Gentil about where mining activities are at the moment.

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Waikato Police urge people to stay at home and stay safe this Easter

Waikato Police urge people to stay at home and stay safe this Easter

Posted April 09, 2020
Emergency Services

Waikato Police will be busy across the District this Easter as we work to make sure our communities are safe...

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Tuis trilling in town...yeah right!

Tuis trilling in town...yeah right!

Posted April 09, 2020
Environmental

It's been very quiet in the Waihi CBD for the past 2 weeks with very little activity happening, except for...

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Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Posted April 08, 2020
Council Matters , Podcasts

Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams phoned in for a chat with Brian Gentil about how things are going in his...

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50 new cases of COVID-19 - new total 1,210

50 new cases of COVID-19 - new total 1,210

Posted April 08, 2020
Health

Today there are 50 new cases of COVID-19 to report - made up of 26 new confirmed cases of COVID-19...

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Thames Coromandel Mayor Sandra Goudie update

Thames Coromandel Mayor Sandra Goudie update

Posted April 08, 2020
Council Matters , Podcasts

Thames Coromandel Mayor Sandra Goudie joined Brian Gentil on the Gold FM Breakfast Show this morning with an update almost...

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Firearms, drugs recovered in Thames search warrant

Firearms, drugs recovered in Thames search warrant

Posted April 08, 2020
Emergency Services

Waikato Police have recovered firearms and drugs following a successful search warrant.

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Summary of COVID-19 cases 08 April 2020

Summary of COVID-19 cases 08 April 2020

Posted April 08, 2020
Health

Summary of COVID-19 cases 08 April 2020

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The 'Army' rallies for grocery deliveries

The 'Army' rallies for grocery deliveries

Posted April 08, 2020
Health

Murray and Wendy Sanson are on duty at the Waihi Salvation Army on Seddon Street preparing food parcels to send...

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Report of Level 4 lockdown breach no bull!

Report of Level 4 lockdown breach no bull!

Posted April 08, 2020
Environmental

The message is stay home stay safe and we've all been told to stay out of the water. There has...

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Working together to improve mobile and broadband in Coromandel Town

Working together to improve mobile and broadband in Coromandel Town

Posted April 08, 2020
Council Matters

Spark has joined up with Thames Coromandel District Council to provide extra mobile and broadband capacity to residents of Coromandel...

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Gold FM Police File

Gold FM Police File

Posted April 08, 2020
Emergency Services , Podcasts

Senior Community Constable Harley North couldn't come into the studio due to physical distancing so phoned in with an update...

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Police appeal for information on missing man Julian Varley

Police appeal for information on missing man Julian Varley

Posted April 07, 2020
Emergency Services

Western Bay of Plenty Police are asking for the public’s help with any information that might help us locate 31-year-old...

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Keep an eye out for autumn’s ‘summer ice’ as rain sets in

Keep an eye out for autumn’s ‘summer ice’ as rain sets in

Posted April 07, 2020
Road Info

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is encouraging people to take care if they need to travel for essential services or...

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Police reinforcing stay at home policy across the Waikato

Police reinforcing stay at home policy across the Waikato

Posted April 07, 2020
Emergency Services

Today Police staff across the Waikato District have been speaking with motorists in regard to their travel plans and reinforcing...

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Waihi and Waikino water restrictions still apply

Waihi and Waikino water restrictions still apply

Posted April 07, 2020
Council Matters , Environmental

An Alternate Days restriction for outdoor water use is still in place for Waihi and Waikino.

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54 new cases of COVID-19 - combined total 1160

54 new cases of COVID-19 - combined total 1160

Posted April 07, 2020
Health

Today there are 32 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 22 new probable cases. There are no additional deaths to...

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Summary of COVID-19 cases 07 April 2020

Summary of COVID-19 cases 07 April 2020

Posted April 07, 2020
Health

Total number of confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases: 1,160 April 7 2020

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Managed transit allows stranded travellers to get home

Managed transit allows stranded travellers to get home

Posted April 07, 2020
Travel , Health

Foreign Minister Winston Peters has announced that New Zealand will enter into transit arrangements with a range of countries to...

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World Health Organisation information about wearing masks

World Health Organisation information about wearing masks

Posted April 07, 2020
Health

The World Health Organisation has provided updated information about wearing masks which Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Director General of Health has...

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Offer of rubbish collection for Western Bay remote rural areas

Offer of rubbish collection for Western Bay remote rural areas

Posted April 07, 2020
Council Matters

Rural residents in remote areas of the Western Bay having difficulty getting rid of their rubbish can now opt to...

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