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NZ Food Safety to investigate sugar recalls

NZ Food Safety to investigate sugar recalls

Posted December 08, 2021
Community , Business

New Zealand Food Safety (NZFS) is investigating following a further recall of about 8000 packets of Woolworths raw sugar from...

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Tauranga Powerball Winner’s Big Surprise For Partner

Tauranga Powerball Winner’s Big Surprise For Partner

Posted December 03, 2021
Community

Tauranga Powerball Winner’s Big Surprise For Partner

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Business As Usual For TCDC Kerbside Refuse and Recycling Collections

Business As Usual For TCDC Kerbside Refuse and Recycling Collections

Posted December 03, 2021
Council Matters , Community

TCDC kerbside collections rubbish and recycling collections are continuing as normal with collection crews using PPE on their rounds.

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Changes To Waikato Dog Control Bylaw And Policy Will Help Address Welfare Concerns

Changes To Waikato Dog Control Bylaw And Policy Will Help Address Welfare Concerns

Posted December 01, 2021
Council Matters , Community , Media Release

Changes To Waikato Dog Control Bylaw And Policy Will Help Address Welfare Concerns

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Low flying helicopters inspecting electricity network

Low flying helicopters inspecting electricity network

Posted December 01, 2021
Community

Powerco is using low flying helicopters to inspect parts of its rural network in Coromandel and South Waikato in December...

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NZNO protests cancelled after DHBs agree to pre-Christmas pay outs

NZNO protests cancelled after DHBs agree to pre-Christmas pay outs

Posted November 30, 2021
Community

NZNO protests cancelled after DHBs agree to pre-Christmas pay outs

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Waiheke Island scallop, mussel, rock lobster and pāua fisheries to close

Waiheke Island scallop, mussel, rock lobster and pāua fisheries to close

Posted November 29, 2021
Environmental , Business , Community

Waiheke Island scallop, mussel, rock lobster and pāua fisheries to close

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Spark webmail has changed...who knew?

Spark webmail has changed...who knew?

Posted November 26, 2021
Business , Community

Spark webmail has changed...who knew?

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Shortcomings Revealed In Power Cut Investigation

Shortcomings Revealed In Power Cut Investigation

Posted November 25, 2021
Business , Community , Government

An investigation into power cuts that left more than 34,000 households without electricity on one of the coldest nights of...

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What a Ministry of Health media advisor told us about not reporting further information about a positive COVID case at Thames

What a Ministry of Health media advisor told us about not reporting further information about a positive COVID case at Thames

Posted November 20, 2021
Community , Health

What a Ministry of Health media advisor told us about not reporting further information about a positive COVID case at...

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Heart break at Waihi Beach...

Heart break at Waihi Beach...

Posted November 20, 2021
Environmental , Community

Heart break at Waihi Beach...

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Check your notes - counterfeits around

Check your notes - counterfeits around

Posted November 19, 2021
Community , Business

It's been brought to Gold FM's attention that counterfeit notes are circulating at the moment.

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OnYa to the Hauraki District OnYa Awards Recipients!

OnYa to the Hauraki District OnYa Awards Recipients!

Posted November 19, 2021
Council Matters , Community

The Hauraki District Council held their OnYa Awards evening last week to celebrate and recognise community champions who make a...

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Privacy Commissioner cracks down on compliance in rental accommodation sector

Privacy Commissioner cracks down on compliance in rental accommodation sector

Posted November 19, 2021
Community

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) has launched a new compliance monitoring programme to ensure that property managers and...

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Is There a Positive Case in Thames or Not? - Coromandel MP Scott Simpson wants answers

Is There a Positive Case in Thames or Not? - Coromandel MP Scott Simpson wants answers

Posted November 18, 2021
Community , Health

Coromandel MP Scott Simpson is calling for urgent answers to questions about a potential positive COVID-19 case in Thames.

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Kiwis Confronted With An Alarming Rise In Online Identity Theft

Kiwis Confronted With An Alarming Rise In Online Identity Theft

Posted November 17, 2021
Community , Technology

Newly released data from Netsafe shows incidents of identity fraud in New Zealand have increased by a shocking 86 per...

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Customs Warns Of Scam Text Messages In Circulation

Customs Warns Of Scam Text Messages In Circulation

Posted November 16, 2021
Community

Customs is warning New Zealanders of a text message scam that is currently circulating, urging them not to fall prey....

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You're invited to Love Tennis Waihi!

You're invited to Love Tennis Waihi!

Posted November 15, 2021
Community , Sport

Love Tennis 2021 is happening at the Waihi Tennis Club courts at Morgan Park this Sunday, November 21 between 10...

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Safer walking and cycling in time for summer in Tairua

Safer walking and cycling in time for summer in Tairua

Posted November 09, 2021
Community

People who walk and cycle can look forward to a safe summer in Tairua, following the opening of a new...

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"Vaccine OR Testing” Campaign Launched

Posted November 08, 2021
Community

A family advocate and an educational leader (also a registered nurse with a PhD in aged care) are making a...

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Planning to set off fireworks? Please remember livestock, wildlife and animals in the vicinity when lighting fireworks

Planning to set off fireworks? Please remember livestock, wildlife and animals in the vicinity when lighting fireworks

Posted November 05, 2021
Community

Planning to set off fireworks? Please remember livestock, wildlife and animals in the vicinity when lighting fireworks.

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Talking housing market, rugby and community support with Greg Sheppard from Harcourts Gold Star

Talking housing market, rugby and community support with Greg Sheppard from Harcourts Gold Star

Posted November 04, 2021
Business , Community , Podcast , Sport

Brian Gentil from Gold FM caught up with Greg Sheppard, the General Manager of Harcourts Gold Star in Thames, Paeroa,...

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Evacuations In Tairāwhiti As Homes Flood

Evacuations In Tairāwhiti As Homes Flood

Posted November 04, 2021
Community , Emergency Services , Weather

IRB boats were used to help evacuate residents in parts of Gisborne from flooded homes as part of a district...

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OceanaGold Project Update Community Meeting Today

OceanaGold Project Update Community Meeting Today

Posted November 04, 2021
Business , Community , Environmental

OceanaGold is holding a Correnso and Project Martha Community Meeting today, Thursday November 4, at the St James Presbyterian Church...

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Fireworks and Animals Don't Mix

Fireworks and Animals Don't Mix

Posted November 02, 2021
Community , Media Release

With many large-scale events cancelled due to COVID restrictions, the New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA) fears there will be an...

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Beware the NZTA Rego Scam!

Beware the NZTA Rego Scam!

Posted October 31, 2021
Community

A common scam circulating currently is an email saying your vehicle rego is due.

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New COVID-19 Protection Framework Announced

New COVID-19 Protection Framework Announced

Posted October 22, 2021
Health , Business , Community

Prime Minister Jacinda Adern announced a new system for managing COVID-19 protection in New Zealand at 10 am today

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Pokeno Powerball player wins $42 million

Pokeno Powerball player wins $42 million

Posted October 21, 2021
Community

One lucky Powerball player won a life-changing $42.2 million with Powerball in last night's Lotto draw.

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Ombudsman launches investigation into MIQ booking system

Ombudsman launches investigation into MIQ booking system

Posted October 20, 2021
Health , Community

The Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier is launching a broad investigation into the Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) booking system after...

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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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Older posts in this category...

More Action Needed To Help Kiwis Get Their License October 18, 2021

New Tairua Pepe Bridge Still Years Away October 11, 2021

Katikati test result confirmed negative October 11, 2021

Waihi Lotto ticket gets lucky! October 10, 2021

Countdown Katikati added as Location of Interest October 10, 2021

Petition asks for criminal charges over anti lockdown protest October 04, 2021

North West Waikato update October 04, 2021

SkyCity Lights Pink For Breast Cancer October 02, 2021

Check your ticket - winning Lotto ticket sold in Waihi! September 30, 2021

Reserve Bank consults on the future of money September 30, 2021

Community thoughts wanted on Athenree shared path proposal September 27, 2021

It's Mental Health Awareness Week 27 September - 3 October September 27, 2021

Daylight Saving Time Springs Forward September 26, 2021

Upper Hauraki is at Alert Level 3 September 22, 2021

Planting begins on ecological corridor connecting Kopuatai and Firth of Thames September 22, 2021

Coromandel MP raises questions about Mangatangi cases September 20, 2021

Karangahake Hall burnt down 10 years ago today, September 7, 2011 September 07, 2021

Gumboot Friday launches online counselling September 07, 2021

Transpower Apologises for Power Outage August 10, 2021

Sharp falls in unemployment and underutilisation August 04, 2021

Petition to ban greyhound racing heading to Parliament August 04, 2021

Fundraising Run For Waihi College Aims For 100kms July 30, 2021

Grocery Competition Not Working For Consumers July 29, 2021

Remembering Tipiwai Stainton July 28, 2021

Get Listed and Get Connected with the Waihi Lions Community Directory... July 20, 2021

Coromandel Community to Benefit from Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate Foundation Grants July 19, 2021

Lucky Numbers Just The Ticket For Tauranga’s Newest Millionaire July 16, 2021

Unprecedented Demand On Ambulance Services This Winter July 16, 2021

Nigel Challenges Himself To A Big Run To Help Waihi College Girls Give A Little Fundraiser July 15, 2021

Waihi Football Club Gutted By Vandalism July 15, 2021

Pike River Families Protest For Justice July 12, 2021

Conservation chief calls for cat curfew July 09, 2021

Waihi SPCA Centre Closes Permanently July 08, 2021

Financial support for caregivers widened June 24, 2021

Waihī Beach Forest Loop Trail construction to stop during winter June 23, 2021

Mike King Returning His New Zealand Order Of Merit Medal In Wellington Today June 16, 2021

Today is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day June 15, 2021

Think before you nude – a new campaign June 14, 2021

Bird Counting Counts June 14, 2021

Have you got your tickets yet? June 14, 2021

Noddy Gets the Queen's Nod...Congratulations! June 10, 2021

Do the right thing with personal information June 09, 2021

Restock Your Home Library With Waihi Lions This Queen's Birthday Weekend June 03, 2021

X marks the spot for public toilets in Kaiaua June 03, 2021

Stalls Galore Coming To Waihi Beach Art & Craft Fair June 02, 2021

Have You Seen Lost Cat, Buddy - Waihi June 01, 2021

Get Listed and Get Connected with the Waihi Lions Community Directory May 31, 2021

Restock your home library with Waihi Lions May 28, 2021

Beware Bank Scams May 27, 2021

Power Outage Info May 27, 2021

Today is Pink Shirt Day. Be an upstander May 21, 2021

Get Listed and Get Connected with the Waihi Lions Community Directory... May 15, 2021

Science Proves Coromandel Scallop Beds Are In Decline May 12, 2021

Pike River Families Main Fan Site Recovery Plan May 12, 2021

It's Privacy Week May 10, 2021

Voting open in Katikati-Waihi Beach by-election April 08, 2021

Support For The Petition On The Withdrawal Of Bank Services 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

Pike River Family Reference Group Statement March 30, 2021

SPCA’s Reminder To Pet Owners This Easter Weekend March 29, 2021

Kiwibank Waihi closing June 4 March 25, 2021

The Waihi SPCA Op Shop has moved. March 19, 2021

March 19: World Sleep Day , Crucial For People’s Wellbeing March 16, 2021

THAMES 60S UP MOVEMENT INVITE! March 11, 2021

Call To Save Kaimanawa Horses from Muster March 09, 2021

Power Outage Info March 08, 2021

Ray Amoore & Friends Share Their Bubble of Love February 19, 2021