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Kitchen Work Job opportunities @ The Sterling, Waihi

Kitchen Work Job opportunities @ The Sterling, Waihi

Posted October 21, 2021
Business

The Sterling Tavern restaurant in Waihi has vacancies for an experienced chef or cook, and a kitchen hand.

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Red tape cut to boost housing supply

Red tape cut to boost housing supply

Posted October 19, 2021
Community , Business , Government

First home buyers are set to benefit from changes to planning rules being advanced by the Government and the National...

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SFO commences enquiries into allegations of COVID-19 Wage Subsidy fraud

SFO commences enquiries into allegations of COVID-19 Wage Subsidy fraud

Posted October 15, 2021
Business

The Serious Fraud Office has commenced a number of enquiries into alleged abuse of the Government’s COVID-19 Wage Subsidy.

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Government green lights rapid antigen testing

Government green lights rapid antigen testing

Posted October 14, 2021
Media Release , Business , Health

Some of the country’s largest businesses have put in an order for 300,000 approved rapid antigen tests for their workforce...

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Countdown Katikati added as Location of Interest

Countdown Katikati added as Location of Interest

Posted October 10, 2021
Business , Health , Community

Countdown Katikati was closed earlier today for deep cleaning due to being visited by a COVID positive person.

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Ngatea and Katikati added to Locations of Interest

Ngatea and Katikati added to Locations of Interest

Posted October 10, 2021
Health , Business

Locations of interest are being regularly updated

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More support for business available from today

More support for business available from today

Posted October 08, 2021
Business

The third round of the Resurgence Support Payment opened for applications this morning.

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Facebook explains outage

Facebook explains outage

Posted October 06, 2021
Business , Technology

Facebook Engineer Santosh Janardhan released a statement yesterday apologising to all the people and businesses around the world who rely...

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Privacy Commissioner warns about keeping paper-based contact tracing registers private

Privacy Commissioner warns about keeping paper-based contact tracing registers private

Posted October 01, 2021
Business

Privacy Commissioner John Edwards is concerned that people are gaining access to personal information from paper-based contact tracing registers and...

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Reserve Bank consults on the future of money

Reserve Bank consults on the future of money

Posted September 30, 2021
Business , Community

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is seeking public input on how they should perform their role as steward of...

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Hauraki District Council proposes busy thoroughfares under earthquake prone building system

Hauraki District Council proposes busy thoroughfares under earthquake prone building system

Posted September 29, 2021
Council Matters , Business

If a moderate sized earthquake struck the Hauraki District, how safe would pedestrians be on the main thoroughfares?

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Self-isolation pilot to start with 150 people

Self-isolation pilot to start with 150 people

Posted September 27, 2021
Travel , Health , Business

Self-isolation pilot to start with 150 people

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More financial support for businesses

More financial support for businesses

Posted September 13, 2021
Business

Today’s decision to keep Auckland in a higher COVID Alert Level triggers a third round of the Wage Subsidy Scheme...

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Auckland Airport’s front-line workers vaccinated one month ahead of Govt deadline

Auckland Airport’s front-line workers vaccinated one month ahead of Govt deadline

Posted September 03, 2021
Business

Auckland Airport’s front-line workers vaccinated one month ahead of Govt deadline

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Application details for the Wage Subsidy this week

Application details for the Wage Subsidy this week

Posted September 01, 2021
Business

Applications for the initial Wage Subsidy scheme in this outbreak close on Thursday, and applications for the next fortnightly payment...

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Government’s commitment to sustainable development goals needs greater clarity

Government’s commitment to sustainable development goals needs greater clarity

Posted August 31, 2021
Environmental , Government , Business

The Government needs to clarify how it intends to meet its commitment to achieving the sustainable development goals by 2030....

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Commerce Commission Warns Against Business Collusion

Commerce Commission Warns Against Business Collusion

Posted August 27, 2021
Business

The Commerce Commission is reminding all businesses supplying essential services in the current nationwide COVID-19 lockdown of their obligations under...

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Countdown Statement - Isolating staff, store closures

Countdown Statement - Isolating staff, store closures

Posted August 25, 2021
Business , Health

Countdown’s General Manager of Corporate Affairs, Safety and Sustainability, Kiri Hannifin has released a statement advising that as of 10...

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Record keeping to become mandatory for most events and businesses

Record keeping to become mandatory for most events and businesses

Posted August 22, 2021
Business

Record keeping to become mandatory for most events and businesses

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Bill Cracking Down On Unfair Commercial Practices Passes Third Reading

Bill Cracking Down On Unfair Commercial Practices Passes Third Reading

Posted August 11, 2021
Business

Legislation to protect New Zealand consumers and business against unfair commercial practices has passed its third reading in Parliament.

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Transpower Apologises for Power Outage

Transpower Apologises for Power Outage

Posted August 10, 2021
Business , Community

Transpower has released a statement about the power outages that affected thousands of North Island homes last night.

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Sharp falls in unemployment and underutilisation

Sharp falls in unemployment and underutilisation

Posted August 04, 2021
Business , Community

The seasonally adjusted unemployment and underutilisation rates fell to 4.0 and 10.5 percent, respectively, in the June 2021 quarter, Stats...

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Grocery Competition Not Working For Consumers

Grocery Competition Not Working For Consumers

Posted July 29, 2021
Business , Community

The Commerce Commission’s draft report into competition in the retail grocery sector has found that competition is not working well...

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Privacy Commission talks legal obligations

Privacy Commission talks legal obligations

Posted July 09, 2021
Business

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner says the Waikato DHB cyber-attack is one of the first major examples of an...

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The Curtain Girl is Hiring!

The Curtain Girl is Hiring!

Posted July 06, 2021
Business

Curtain Girl Waihi is looking for an Experienced Curtain & Blind Sub-Contract Installer

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Have you checked out the Waihi North Project?

Have you checked out the Waihi North Project?

Posted June 30, 2021
Business

OceanaGold Waihi have made a change in their proposed projects.

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First look at new law to replace RMA

First look at new law to replace RMA

Posted June 29, 2021
Environmental , Business , Council Matters

A first draft of the proposed law that will replace the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) was released by the...

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Dillimores Carpet Specials Will Floor You!

Dillimores Carpet Specials Will Floor You!

Posted June 22, 2021
Business

Warm up your place this winter with huge savings on carpet at Dillimores – on the corner of Moresby Ave...

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OceanaGold's Wharekirauponga Underground Mine Applications Going Ahead

OceanaGold's Wharekirauponga Underground Mine Applications Going Ahead

Posted June 17, 2021
Business , Environmental

Mining company OceanaGold has announced they intend to apply for consent approvals to develop a new underground mine at Wharekirauponga,...

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New Role Helping Young People In Katikati Find Their Way Forward

New Role Helping Young People In Katikati Find Their Way Forward

Posted June 11, 2021
Education , Business

In Katikati, there are an estimated 250 young people aged 16-24 years not in education, training or employment.

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Auckland - Worlds Most Liveable City June 10, 2021

Bidding wars erupt over iconic royals’ photos June 09, 2021

Auckland has been named the world's most liveable city June 09, 2021

BNZ Cracking Down On Abusive Messages May 24, 2021

Calls For Suspension Now After Greyhound Racing Death May 24, 2021

Got a problem with your computer, laptop or mobile phone? May 19, 2021

PSA Meets With Government - Union Members Will Bargain For Pay Increases May 11, 2021

Wage Subsidy: well-managed, but more checks needed May 11, 2021

It's Privacy Week May 10, 2021

No More Digging – A New Environmentally Friendly Way Of Mining May 07, 2021

BNZ is reminding customers to beware of text scam May 06, 2021

ASB to repay $8.1 million to customers May 04, 2021

Watch out for counterfeit money May 03, 2021

Aussie Kiwi Travel Bubble Takes To The Air Today April 19, 2021

Shoppers Not Convinced Supermarket “specials” Are Genuine, Consumer NZ Survey Finds April 08, 2021

Commercial Rates Freeze Please April 07, 2021

Gold FM's introduction to OceanaGold's new General Manager Matthew Hine April 01, 2021

Minimum wage, main benefit levels and superannuation rates increase today April 01, 2021

Commerce Commission - Be clear and upfront about surcharges this Easter holiday March 30, 2021

Kiwibank Waihi closing June 4 March 25, 2021

Arrest The Boss Not The Ten Chinese Workers Says Unite Union March 25, 2021

Register to attend OceanaGold public workshop March 17, 2021

Financial support for people affected by Auckland COVID-19 cases March 04, 2021

Do you need help with a home loan but aren't sure where to start March 01, 2021

Kiwibank to Close in Waihi February 25, 2021

Reserve Bank to take account of housing in decision making February 25, 2021

Smart Environmental is hiring! February 24, 2021

Improvements to the Holidays Act on the way February 23, 2021

Business Support Available from Tuesday February 19, 2021

Food Recall: Pams brand Bacon Pieces - Best before 28 FEB 21 February 16, 2021

Scientists Retool Weight-loss Drug For Lifesaving Treatments In University Of Auckland Study February 16, 2021

Business support under COVID resurgence confirmed February 16, 2021

Rise in alert levels a reminder for farmers to be prepared February 16, 2021

Flexi-wage initiative launched February 11, 2021

Hamilton Zoo Chimpanzee Enclosure Reopens February 11, 2021

New COVID-19 Businesses Payment starts today February 09, 2021

Resource Consent Declined for New Jet Fuel Storage Facility in Mount Maunganui February 05, 2021

Inquiry launched into aspects of the Strategic Tourism Assets Protection Programme February 05, 2021

Businesses must be clear and upfront about public holiday surcharges February 05, 2021

New Zealand and China sign FTA Upgrade January 26, 2021

Property Prices In Every Region Hit New High For The Very First Time January 20, 2021

Fire closes Katikati Countdown January 07, 2021

Sea-level Threat Yet To Dampen Demand For Coastal Property January 06, 2021

Get your Santa hat on - it's Christmas party time at Mitre 10 Waihi today! December 09, 2020

New Privacy Act Comes Into Force December 08, 2020

Five Sunscreens Fail To Meet SPF Label Claims December 07, 2020

Contact Energy fined for system failure December 03, 2020

Free Family Fun Christmas Event Coming To Waihi! December 03, 2020

BNZ Makes Goodwill Payments To 2300 Customers December 02, 2020

BNZ warned over responsible lending and disclosure failures December 02, 2020

Doubling sick leave will make our economy crook December 01, 2020

10-day Sick Leave Plan Will Disadvantage Part-time Workers November 30, 2020

WorkSafe Files Charges Over Whakaari/White Island Tragedy November 30, 2020

New Year Border Exception For Seasonal Workers In The Horticulture And Wine Industries And Incentives For Kiwi Workers November 27, 2020

Buckles n Tees has moved UP in the world! November 26, 2020

Loyalty to her local supermarket pays off! November 24, 2020

New Underground Tunnel To Wharekirauponga Surfaces November 20, 2020

Coromandel MP Disappointed About BNZ Bank Closures November 19, 2020

BNZ closing 38 branches before July 2021 November 19, 2020

Quit Removing Machine Guarding, Says WorkSafe November 18, 2020

Bullying and Harassment at Work Serious Problem In New Zealand November 18, 2020

Supermarket Prices Under The Spotlight November 17, 2020

Curtain Girl Pulls Together A New Waihi Business November 03, 2020

Council and kiwifruit industry collaborate to control pest plant October 30, 2020

Profit And Environmental Rewards From Trees On The Farm October 30, 2020

Commerce Commission moves to address rising telecommunications sector complaints October 29, 2020

Progressing Climate Action By Driving Transformational Change October 28, 2020

Waihi electricity network maintenance ongoing October 22, 2020

COVID-19 Income Relief Payment October 21, 2020

Planned power outage for Waihi properties today October 20, 2020

Five years since Waihi mines acquisition October 19, 2020

Reserve Bank seeks to preserve benefits of cash October 19, 2020

Commission releases rules to safeguard consumers of fibre broadband October 13, 2020

New Zealand Minerals 2020 conference disrupted by protests October 12, 2020

Second Court Appearance For Man Charged With Migrant Exploitation October 09, 2020

Waihi electricity network maintenance October 04, 2020

Coromandel electricity network outage – Sunday 4 October, 9.30am - 11.30am October 03, 2020

Pulling up the blinds at The Curtain Girl Waihi this Saturday October 01, 2020

Legoville is open at Spikes Bricks and Models October 01, 2020

Groups plan to stop Minerals Forum next month September 24, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update September 23, 2020

Support from Farmers September 23, 2020

Toy safety fines - Judge says “substantially higher penalties” justified September 23, 2020

More border exceptions to be established September 22, 2020

Going down – Auckland to move to full alert level 2, rest of NZ to level 1 September 21, 2020

Mobile operators should improve consumer choice through easier comparisons September 17, 2020

September is Wills Month - Clark & Gay Waihi can make it easy to sort yours out September 14, 2020

OceanaGold announces Macraes mine extension September 13, 2020

OCEANAGOLD WELCOMES JUDICIAL REVIEW DECISION September 11, 2020

High Court Approval for OceanaGold to buy Waihi farms September 11, 2020

Changes to the critical workers border exception category September 11, 2020

Independent review launched into assurances for safe transport of livestock by sea September 11, 2020

OCEANAGOLD WAIHI GM BERNIE O’LEARY LEAVES September 10, 2020

September is Wills Month. Is your Will up to date? September 09, 2020

Urban Homes Whitianga Open Showhome is worth a good look September 04, 2020

Look up in the orchard – Power lines can kill September 04, 2020

Live Cattle Exports Temporarily Suspended September 04, 2020

Urban Homes launch Coromandel Showhome in Whitianga September 03, 2020

Recall on some squeezable baby food August 30, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update August 28, 2020

New wage subsidy open to protect jobs, support businesses August 21, 2020

Win half a pig from New World Waihi! August 21, 2020

Latest broadband tests reveal 10% drop in performance of high-speed fibre plans August 21, 2020

New wage subsidy, leave scheme designed to protects job and businesses August 17, 2020

Govt to protect jobs and businesses with extra support August 14, 2020

Kōpū marine and business precinct gets multi-million dollar boost August 12, 2020

A message from New World August 12, 2020

East Waikato Careers and Employers Expo Cancelled August 12, 2020

OceanaGold Project Quattro Update August 06, 2020

Omokoroa ‘shovel ready’ project awarded $14m August 05, 2020

OceanaGold Project Quattro Update July 22, 2020

Miners Announce New Waihi Pit but Downplay DOC Land Mining Plan July 18, 2020

Waihi mine expansions and more proposed with Project Quattro July 17, 2020

New Waihi mining proposal shared with Council July 17, 2020

Huge Mining Project Announced for Waihi July 17, 2020

Commerce Commission takes High Court action against door-to-door retailer Ace Marketing July 15, 2020

Heads Up! July 06, 2020

Latest property trends with Greg Sheppard July 06, 2020

Waikato gets $5.5m in funding for quick-start projects to improve fresh water July 05, 2020

Extended loan scheme keeps business afloat July 05, 2020

Two thirds of New Zealanders want more privacy regulation July 02, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update June 11, 2020

$19.95 million bounty hauled into the Coromandel for aquaculture - thanks to the Provincial Growth Fund June 09, 2020

PGF expands Sugarloaf Wharf in Thames-Coromandel June 09, 2020

New Zealand moves to Alert Level 1 June 08, 2020

Blueprint For Trans-Tasman Travel Lodged With Prime Ministers June 05, 2020

Predatory lenders in the government's sights June 04, 2020

Gatherings can increase from 10 to 100 from midday today May 29, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update May 27, 2020

Gypsy Day going ahead May 27, 2020

The 60 Second Sell challenge – School students chance to win $500 and showcase the Coromandel May 27, 2020

Gatherings of up to 100 allowed from noon this Friday May 25, 2020

Feedback wanted on protections for consumers that Chorus wants to move off copper and broadband services May 20, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update May 13, 2020

Support local...Shop local with Gold FM May 13, 2020

Shop local and support local with Mountain Fresh and Gold FM May 12, 2020

Golden rules for business at Alert Level 2 May 11, 2020

Hospitality to open under ANZAC Day-style rules in COVID Alert Level 2 May 11, 2020

Westpac website and online banking disrupted May 11, 2020

Increase in Unemployment Benefits Across Coromandel May 08, 2020

Vodafone network outage May 07, 2020

Microsoft to open New Zealand datacenter May 06, 2020

BananaPepper back in business May 06, 2020

Katikati Digital Hub gains provincial funding boost May 06, 2020

Prime Ministers Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison announce plans for trans-Tasman COVID-safe Travel Zone May 05, 2020

Insolvency relief in sight for businesses affected by COVID-19 May 05, 2020

Dillimores back in business April 30, 2020

OceanaGold Update April 29, 2020

Government considering commercial rent relief options April 29, 2020

Mercury Bay spat farm gets green light by commissioners April 29, 2020

Government acts to Keep New Zealand Working April 28, 2020

Limited business activities allowed to prepare for Alert Level 3 April 24, 2020

COVID-19 leave support for workers extended April 24, 2020

Summing up COVID-19 with Bhavesh Ranchhod, Accounting For Success April 21, 2020

Workplace operations at COVID-19 alert levels April 17, 2020

Government ministers and chief executives take pay cut April 15, 2020

COVID economic scenarios back ‘go hard, go early’ April 14, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update April 09, 2020

Further measures to support businesses April 03, 2020

Cash system sound and functioning April 03, 2020

Govt’s COVID plan, economic strength recognised April 03, 2020

Essential workers leave scheme established April 02, 2020

Business Finance Guarantee – applications open April 01, 2020

Work starts on ways to fast-track consents to boost recovery from Covid-19 downturn April 01, 2020

Supermarkets able to open on Easter Sunday March 31, 2020

New process will help people get essential items March 31, 2020

Clarification of modification to wage subsidy scheme March 28, 2020

COVID-19: Further steps to protect New Zealanders’ jobs March 27, 2020

New World Waihi shopping during COVID-19 update March 27, 2020

Emergency glazing available at Wizardz Glass Waihi March 27, 2020

Clarks Pharmacy supplies essential health needs March 26, 2020

Urgent Tax Legislation passed March 25, 2020

COVID-19: Rent increase freeze and more protection for tenants March 25, 2020

Waihi banks close - ATMs still available March 25, 2020

MPI sets up a register for safe practice for essential COVID-19 businesses March 25, 2020

Further guidance on essential services provided March 24, 2020

Mortgage holiday and business finance support schemes to cushion COVID impacts March 24, 2020

Beware the scammers! March 24, 2020

Foodstuffs responds to the Government’s announcement to move to Alert Level 3 of the National Pandemic Plan March 24, 2020

Essential Businesses List March 23, 2020

Govt takes significant economic decisions as NZ readies for Alert Level 4 in COVID-19 fight March 23, 2020

Government issues statement on commercial cooperation during COVID-19 March 22, 2020

Guidelines for hospitality establishments released March 21, 2020

Nation steps up to COVID-19 Alert Level 2 March 21, 2020

Countdown limits products and reduces hours March 20, 2020

A message from New Zealand’s supermarkets March 20, 2020

Govt steps in to protect Air New Zealand March 20, 2020

Win a whole lamb at New World Waihi! March 19, 2020

Government announces $12.1 billion support for New Zealanders and business March 17, 2020

A message from Prime Minister Jacinda Adern - Major steps taken to protect New Zealanders from COVID-19 March 14, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update March 11, 2020

Solar Farm Partnership Sought March 11, 2020

Cabinet approves Business Continuity Package in response to COVID-19 March 09, 2020

More job losses confirmed at OceanaGold February 27, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update February 26, 2020

Job losses in Waihi's mining industry - more to come February 19, 2020

Honesty Prevails in Waihi February 17, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update February 13, 2020

Waihi Beach RSA has $4,000 to give away tonight! February 13, 2020

Waihi Mitre 10 gearing up for Ladies Night tonight February 12, 2020

$6.8 billion for transport infrastructure announced January 29, 2020

OceanaGold Projects Update January 29, 2020

Getting personal... January 23, 2020

Tries worth $200 to Australian Fire Relief Fund at Waihi January 16, 2020

Commerce Commission reports on fuel companies December 05, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update December 04, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update November 06, 2019

OceanaGold jobs at risk November 06, 2019

Power restored to Waihi and surrounding areas November 01, 2019

Waikino Hotel Weekend Meal Deals on the menu October 11, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update October 10, 2019

Beehive news re OceanaGold land purchase approval October 09, 2019

OceanaGold welcomes positive decision for Waihi October 07, 2019

MP Scott Simpson re-selected as National Party candidate for 2020 election September 30, 2019

Big banks to trial banking hubs September 30, 2019

Protestors get their message across to New Talisman AGM shareholders September 18, 2019

Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate proudly supports their community September 13, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update and more September 12, 2019

An Interview with Paula Bennett September 06, 2019

Coromandel district to benefit from responsible camping funding September 03, 2019

MP asks Spark to cease work on Coromandel Town cell phone tower September 02, 2019

What do you think about a cashless New Zealand? August 29, 2019

Don't miss the deadline for getting your phone number listed August 22, 2019

Forest & Bird opposes government funding for Coromandel Marine Gateway August 15, 2019

Tourism boost for Paeroa ready to grow August 14, 2019

Waikino Hotel's Chef relishes the role and invites you to dinner August 09, 2019

Having problems with your Spark Xtra Mail? Read on... August 09, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update August 08, 2019

Talking awards, housing market and rugby with Greg Sheppard from Harcourts Gold Star Real August 02, 2019

Pre-hearing meetings held for proposed Kaimai wind farm August 01, 2019

Kapai for the Pies @ Waihi Bakery August 01, 2019

Gold FM Spotlight on Business - Corovets July 30, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update July 24, 2019

Massive illegal haul of flounder and oysters shocks fishery officers July 23, 2019

Scam alert July 22, 2019

Remembering the 2012 Waihi underground mine fire July 17, 2019

Government funding tops off Kaiaua leg of Hauraki Rail Trail July 17, 2019

Goldfields Railway back on track July 17, 2019

Paeroa Pizzeria damaged by fire July 15, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update July 11, 2019

10th of July 52 years ago July 10, 2019

Getting inside the mining fence and Gold Story gets easier July 09, 2019

Tourism business opportunity opens up in Tairua July 05, 2019

Petrol Tax and Road User Charges Increase July 01, 2019

Spotlight on Hauraki Business - JC CAR COMPANY June 28, 2019

OceanaGold Media Statement June 07, 2019

Coromandel MP drops in for chat June 07, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update May 29, 2019

Moving Day this Saturday for farmers May 28, 2019

Local Mayor out of touch with community - Protect Karangahake May 27, 2019

Good Gypsy Day planning key to preventing pest plant spread May 21, 2019

Drill rig installs water measuring tool May 21, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update May 16, 2019

Get Listed and Get Connected with Waihi Lions Community Directory May 16, 2019

Did you know 13 – 18 May is Privacy Week? May 16, 2019

Get listed with Waihi Lions May 14, 2019

OceanaGold applies for Wharekirauponga mine permit May 12, 2019

Coromandel Watchdog Challenges Government to Honour Promises May 12, 2019

Spotlight on Business - Laser Plumbing May 10, 2019

OceanaGold Projects Update May 08, 2019

Sage leaves bad taste in Mayor’s mouth May 07, 2019

Employment Law Changes Today May 06, 2019

No Place For Tailings says Coromandel Watchdog May 03, 2019

LINZ explains process Oceana Gold’s overseas investment application May 03, 2019

Gold mining company disappointed at Minister’s decision May 03, 2019

OceanaGold's purchase of two Waihi farms declined May 03, 2019

Spotlight on Business - Dream Clean Home April 26, 2019

Waihi Beach Bakery Hot Cross Buns ready to taste test April 18, 2019

Govt will not implement a Capital Gains Tax April 17, 2019

goldblog: Dodgy advertising practices April 10, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update 04.04.2019 April 04, 2019

Waihi power supply restored April 02, 2019

Healthy alternative business opens in Waihi April 02, 2019

Spotlight on a new Waihi business - Vapour Blast March 29, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update 20.03.2019 March 20, 2019

Independent Grain and Stockfeeds opens in Waihi March 13, 2019

Pike River Mine re-entry March 12, 2019

Spotlight on Business - Victoria Street Motors, Waihi March 11, 2019

Fingers crossed for Hot Cross Bun Competition March 11, 2019

Waihi St John Op Shop reopens March 08, 2019

Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate buffs up its heart of Gold for Beach Community Centre March 08, 2019

OceanaGold Update March 06, 2019

Waihi Beach Community Board speaks up about KiwiCamp facility March 04, 2019

Spotlight on Business - Hauraki District Painters March 01, 2019

Coromandel Town Goldmine becoming a popular sustainable business February 28, 2019

OceanaGold announces maiden resource at Wharekirauponga on the Coromandel Peninsula February 25, 2019

Spotlight on Waihi Business - Dillimores, the beautiful shop on the corner of Moresby Ave February 21, 2019

OceanaGold Project Martha Update 20.02.2019 February 20, 2019

DoC opposes Kaimai wind farm proposal February 20, 2019

Workplace Bullying is Not OK February 18, 2019

No place for bullying on the job February 15, 2019

OceanaGold stands by family of miner February 07, 2019

Project Martha ready to start February 05, 2019

Kia ora to Indonesia January 31, 2019

OceanaGold Update January 30, 2019

Hellers prosecuted over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages January 30, 2019

Coromandel MP disappointed about no races for Thames January 30, 2019

OceanaGold Update January 16, 2019