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11 new cases of COVID-19

11 new cases of COVID-19

Posted August 21, 2020
Health

There are eleven new confirmed cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. Nine are related to the community...

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted August 21, 2020
Podcasts , Sports

On the Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors Brian Gentil spoke with Brent Willoughby from the Waihi Association Football...

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New wage subsidy open to protect jobs, support businesses

New wage subsidy open to protect jobs, support businesses

Posted August 21, 2020
Business

Eligible businesses can apply for a two-week wage subsidy of up to $1,171.60 per worker from today to help cover...

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Alert Levels remain the same for now

Alert Levels remain the same for now

Posted August 21, 2020
Health

Cabinet met today to review the Alert Levels for Auckland and New Zealand.

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Paeroa Society of Arts AGM coming up

Paeroa Society of Arts AGM coming up

Posted August 21, 2020
History / Arts / Culture

Anybody interested in getting involved is welcome to attend the Paeroa Society of Arts AGM in the historic Paeroa Borough...

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Contract to proceed with kerbside rubbish and recycling collections in Western Bay

Contract to proceed with kerbside rubbish and recycling collections in Western Bay

Posted August 21, 2020
Council Matters

More than 1800 tonnes of rubbish will be diverted from Western Bay landfill once a kerbside recycling, glass and rubbish...

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Waihi Beach Power Outage last night

Waihi Beach Power Outage last night

Posted August 21, 2020
Emergency Services

Power was cut to 2,722 Waihi Beach customers at 8:34pm last night.

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Win half a pig from New World Waihi!

Win half a pig from New World Waihi!

Posted August 21, 2020
Business

This little half a piggy could be making its way all the way home to your place on Monday morning...

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Latest broadband tests reveal 10% drop in performance of high-speed fibre plans

Latest broadband tests reveal 10% drop in performance of high-speed fibre plans

Posted August 21, 2020
Business

The Commerce Commission’s latest Measuring Broadband New Zealand report, from an independent testing partner reveals a 10% drop in the...

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Police update on checkpoints and Alert Level 3 restrictions in Auckland

Police update on checkpoints and Alert Level 3 restrictions in Auckland

Posted August 20, 2020
Emergency Services

Police are urging the community to play it safe this weekend and stay local as much as possible, and adhere...

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What's Auckland's Alert Level 3 like Bob?

What's Auckland's Alert Level 3 like Bob?

Posted August 20, 2020
Podcasts

Bob Gentil was taking a break up north when Auckland went into Alert Level 3 and the rest of New...

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Menzshed for Paeroa?

Menzshed for Paeroa?

Posted August 20, 2020

A public meeting to discuss progressing a Paeroa Menzshed to bring men together in one community space to share their...

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Honey hits the sweet spot with scientists

Honey hits the sweet spot with scientists

Posted August 20, 2020
Health

Honey may be better than usual care for easing upper respiratory tract symptoms, especially coughs, researchers have said. The substance...

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Active weather continues over New Zealand

Active weather continues over New Zealand

Posted August 20, 2020
Weather

MetService is forecasting a continued period of unsettled conditions, with several lows and associated fronts bringing wet weather for many...

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5 new cases of COVID-19

5 new cases of COVID-19

Posted August 20, 2020
Health , Media Release

There are five new confirmed cases of COVID-19 to report in the community today. There are no new cases to...

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Green MP Jan Logie calls for sick leave extension

Green MP Jan Logie calls for sick leave extension

Posted August 20, 2020
Health

Green MP Jan Logie is calling for sick leave to be extended to 10 days a year to make it...

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Security enhancements for managed isolation

Security enhancements for managed isolation

Posted August 20, 2020
Health , Media Release

Additional security systems, including thermal CCTV that triggers an alarm if returnees break out, will be rolled out to all...

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Helicopters to the rescue

Helicopters to the rescue

Posted August 20, 2020
Emergency Services

The Westpac 3 rescue helicopter crew were tasked to Whakatiwai at 2.51 yesterday afternoon to assist a male patient in...

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Assets, Drugs Seized In Organised Crime Operation

Assets, Drugs Seized In Organised Crime Operation

Posted August 19, 2020
Emergency Services

Police have seized residential properties, vehicles, firearms and cash as well as a large number of cannabis plants in the...

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6 new cases of COVID-19

6 new cases of COVID-19

Posted August 19, 2020
Health

There are six new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. Five cases are in the community and...

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Missing Person - Katikati

Missing Person - Katikati

Posted August 19, 2020
Emergency Services

Police are seeking the public's help in finding Shaun Donovan, 35, who's been reported missing from his home in Katikati,...

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Attorney-General responds to Court judgment on legality of Health Orders

Attorney-General responds to Court judgment on legality of Health Orders

Posted August 19, 2020
Media Release

The High Court has today released its judgment in Borrowdale v Director-General of Health and the Attorney-General. It is a...

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Boosting security support at Managed Isolation Facilities and maritime border

Boosting security support at Managed Isolation Facilities and maritime border

Posted August 19, 2020
Media Release

The Government is increasing the number of defence force personnel supporting the Managed Isolation and Quarantine System and maritime border,...

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13 new cases of COVID-19

13 new cases of COVID-19

Posted August 18, 2020
Health

There are 13 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 to report in the community today. There are no new cases to...

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Thames Coromandel Update with Deputy Mayor Murray McLean

Thames Coromandel Update with Deputy Mayor Murray McLean

Posted August 18, 2020
Council Matters , Podcasts

Thames Coromandel Deputy Mayor Murray McLean joined Brian Gentil on the Gold FM Breakfast Show this morning.

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Secondary Principals’ Council Questions Decision To Open Schools For Senior Students

Secondary Principals’ Council Questions Decision To Open Schools For Senior Students

Posted August 18, 2020
Education

Secondary principals are questioning the government’s decision to allow senior Auckland students to attend school under Covid-19 alert level 3...

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Results of COVID-19 positive cases under investigation returned

Results of COVID-19 positive cases under investigation returned

Posted August 18, 2020
Health

Results of genome testing from two Auckland COVID-19 cases that were under investigation have returned this morning confirming one case...

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Fire And Emergency Urge New Zealanders To Stay Fire Safe

Fire And Emergency Urge New Zealanders To Stay Fire Safe

Posted August 17, 2020
Emergency Services

A Waikino home was lost to fire last Tuesday and fires over the weekend caused extensive damage to homes in...

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Gold FM Fire Call Out

Gold FM Fire Call Out

Posted August 17, 2020
Emergency Services , Podcasts

Waihi Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens joined Brian Gentil on the Gold FM Fire Call Out on Monday morning to...

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9 New Cases of COVID-19

9 New Cases of COVID-19

Posted August 17, 2020
Health

There are nine new confirmed cases of COVID-19 to report in the community today.

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