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Change to onsite learning – for senior secondary students – in Level 3 regions

Change to onsite learning – for senior secondary students – in Level 3 regions

Posted October 20, 2021
Education

Onsite learning at schools in Level 3 regions will start from next week for senior secondary school students to prepare...

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Mandatory vaccination for two workforces

Mandatory vaccination for two workforces

Posted October 11, 2021
Health , Education

Large parts of two workforces critical to preventing the spread of COVID-19 will be required to be vaccinated

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Mangatangi School added as location of interest

Mangatangi School added as location of interest

Posted September 20, 2021
Health , Education

Everyone who attended or visited Mangatangi School at 2047 Miranda Road, RD 3, Pokeno 2473 on Wednesday 15 September between...

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Criteria set for NCEA if lockdown impacts learning

Criteria set for NCEA if lockdown impacts learning

Posted September 02, 2021
Education

To help provide certainty for the many senior secondary students eyeing up end of year exams, Education Minister Chris Hipkins...

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NCEA dates moved back by two weeks

NCEA dates moved back by two weeks

Posted August 26, 2021
Education

The dates for end of year NCEA and NZ Scholarship exams are to be moved back by two weeks, due...

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Gold FM School Report

Gold FM School Report

Posted August 26, 2021
Education

Brian Gentil asked Alistair Cochrane, Principal of Waihi College, how the handing out of hard copies, devices and the like...

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School Report - Lockdown Update with Waihi College Principal Alistair Cochrane

School Report - Lockdown Update with Waihi College Principal Alistair Cochrane

Posted August 23, 2021
Education

Brian Gentil spoke to Waihi College Principal Alistair Cochrane to find out what is happening with schools in the Alert...

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You're Invited to the Waihi Matariki Hikoi this Thursday

You're Invited to the Waihi Matariki Hikoi this Thursday

Posted June 29, 2021
Education , History / Arts / Culture , Music / Entertainment / Events

Everyone is welcome to join the Waihi Community Matariki Hikoi.

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Think before you nude – a new campaign

Think before you nude – a new campaign

Posted June 14, 2021
Community , Education

Netsafe and the Classification Office Te Mana Whakaatu today launched Bare Facts, a nationwide campaign designed to encourage open conversations...

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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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Team Work Success For Waihi College Equestrian Riders

Team Work Success For Waihi College Equestrian Riders

Posted May 26, 2021
Education , Sport

Waihi College equestrian riders proved that team work and hard work pay off

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Living with Parkinson's in Waihi

Living with Parkinson's in Waihi

Posted April 09, 2021
Health , Education , Podcasts

This Sunday, April 11, is World Parkinson's Day. Ian Verrall from Waihi came into the Gold FM studio to talk...

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School Strike 4 Climate On Today

School Strike 4 Climate On Today

Posted April 09, 2021
Education , Environmental

The first School Strike 4 Climate since 2019 is being held today.

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Data Surveillance: University And Auckland Museum Tackle Facial Recognition Debate

Data Surveillance: University And Auckland Museum Tackle Facial Recognition Debate

Posted March 26, 2021
Education , Technology

Who is collecting our personal data, what are they doing with it and should we be concerned?

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Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori 2021 Announcement

Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori 2021 Announcement

Posted March 21, 2021
Education , History / Arts / Culture

People who are opposed to te reo Māori are part of a minority that is growing smaller every day the...

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NZPF President Highlights Violence In Schools

NZPF President Highlights Violence In Schools

Posted March 21, 2021
Education

Perry Rush, President of the New Zealand Principals’ Federation (NZPF) has been calling for Ministers and the Ministry to step...

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Scientists Offer Free Soil Tests For Kiwis

Scientists Offer Free Soil Tests For Kiwis

Posted February 24, 2021
Education , Environmental

A nationwide project to investigate the soil beneath our feet has been launched by scientists and New Zealanders are encouraged...

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Free Period products to be available in all schools and kura

Free Period products to be available in all schools and kura

Posted February 18, 2021
Education

From June this year, all primary, intermediate, secondary school and kura students will have access to free period products.

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Waihi College important dates and info

Waihi College important dates and info

Posted January 28, 2021
Education

Waihi College important dates and info

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School Report with Waihi College Principal Alistair Cochrane

School Report with Waihi College Principal Alistair Cochrane

Posted January 28, 2021
Education , Podcasts

Alistair Cochrane, Principal of Waihi College called into the Gold FM studio to for a a chat with Brian Gentil...

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School Strike 4 Climate NZ rallying for 100 Days 4 Action campaign

School Strike 4 Climate NZ rallying for 100 Days 4 Action campaign

Posted January 26, 2021
Education , Environmental

School Strike 4 Climate NZ’s 100 Days 4 Action campaign rally is on today outside Parliament.

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Border Exception Granted For Some Returning International Tertiary Students

Border Exception Granted For Some Returning International Tertiary Students

Posted January 14, 2021
Education , Media Release

The Government has approved an exception class for 1000 international tertiary students, degree level and above, who began their study...

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Safety Concerns As Kiwis Expected To Flock To Waterways In Numbers

Safety Concerns As Kiwis Expected To Flock To Waterways In Numbers

Posted December 22, 2020
Education

After a difficult year New Zealanders will be keen to hit the beaches, lakes and rivers this holiday season and...

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Don’t Let a Rip End in R.I.P This Summer

Don’t Let a Rip End in R.I.P This Summer

Posted December 04, 2020
Education , Emergency Services

Summer is here and Surf Lifeguards want to make sure every Kiwi makes it home for Christmas after a day...

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Electric shock survivor warns of power line danger following horrific accident

Electric shock survivor warns of power line danger following horrific accident

Posted November 20, 2020
Education

The first jolt of electricity from overhead power lines went through the right-hand side of avocado harvester Troy Hall’s head...

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Fire destroys Waikino School Whare Manu area

Fire destroys Waikino School Whare Manu area

Posted November 17, 2020
Education , Emergency Services , Podcasts

The Waikino School community is in shock after a fire destroyed an area of the school early on Monday morning....

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Exploring NZ's Post-pandemic Future - University of Auckland

Exploring NZ's Post-pandemic Future - University of Auckland

Posted November 16, 2020
Education

New Zealand needs to have tough conversations about how we can make collective decisions to improve the long-term prospects of...

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Privacy is precious - protect it, respect it

Privacy is precious - protect it, respect it

Posted November 02, 2020
Education , Music / Entertainment / Events

Privacy Week , running from 2-6 November 2020, heralds the transition to a new law, which gives people better privacy...

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New Government Urged To Keep Its Human Rights And Te Tiriti Promises

New Government Urged To Keep Its Human Rights And Te Tiriti Promises

Posted October 29, 2020
Education

The Human Rights Commission is urging the new Government to keep its human rights and Te Tiriti promises which are...

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Border exceptions for a small number of international students with visas

Border exceptions for a small number of international students with visas

Posted October 12, 2020
Education

The Government has established a new category that will allow 250 international PhD and postgraduate students to enter New Zealand...

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Older posts in this category...

Scammer warning ... September 21, 2020

Office Manager Position @ Waihi Beach School September 16, 2020

Book your Waihi Central School Free Scrap Metal Collection now! September 15, 2020

Look up in the orchard – Power lines can kill September 15, 2020

Ko Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori - It's Maori Language Week September 13, 2020

Government allows children in limbo to enrol at local schools September 10, 2020

Secondary Principals’ Council Questions Decision To Open Schools For Senior Students August 18, 2020

Waihi Herb Society invites you to join a growing revolution July 06, 2020

Waihi College students collecting donations for local food bank June 16, 2020

An accident waiting to happen? June 06, 2020

Gold FM School Report May 21, 2020

Gold FM School Report May 07, 2020

Katikati Digital Hub gains provincial funding boost May 06, 2020

Gold FM School Report May 01, 2020

Gold FM School Report April 23, 2020

Tertiary student support package available from today April 15, 2020

Gold FM School Report April 09, 2020

Learning from home ready to roll April 09, 2020

We're Going on a Bear Hunt March 25, 2020

Waihi College plans for COVID-19 March 19, 2020

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

Waihi College School report February 13, 2020

Waihi College has your Valentines Day treats sorted! February 12, 2020

Are You OK? It is OK to ask for help January 24, 2020

Back to school with Waihi College January 23, 2020

Important dates for Waihi College students January 21, 2020

Holiday drowning toll stands at six January 07, 2020

Waihi and Waikino water restrictions are likely. Please conserve water where you can now. December 30, 2019

Coromandel Road Trip Map and Brochure December 30, 2019

It is OK to ask for help - Champions Emma and Colin Green tell us how... December 20, 2019

White Ribbon invites you to share a cup of tea November 26, 2019

Beware the latest IRD scam email November 26, 2019

Puppies lucky to survive being dumped in forest November 08, 2019

More support for schools to reduce energy consumption and environmental impact November 06, 2019

Waihi Beach RSA donates van to Waihi Beach School October 10, 2019

Today, October 7 is World Day of Bullying Prevention October 07, 2019

Hair yesterday - gone today September 26, 2019

Waihi College Students Shave For A Cure September 23, 2019

Gold FM's Radio School September 19, 2019

Celebrate Conservation @ Sustainable Blue Backyard September 19, 2019

Sand sculptures, rat traps, conservation education and more at Envirohub event September 18, 2019

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

MEASLES IN THE WAIKATO RISES TO 13 September 11, 2019

An Interview with Paula Bennett September 06, 2019

Waihi College Talent Quest showcases variety September 04, 2019

Waihi College has got talent and you can enjoy it tomorrow night! August 29, 2019

Emergency Services Exercise in Whangamata this Saturday July 26, 2019

Measles confirmed in Thames - people quarantined July 25, 2019

Measles Alert for Basketball New Zealand Under 15 Nationals July 24, 2019

Scam alert July 22, 2019

Safer journeys ahead for godwits and redknots July 15, 2019

Government revises offer for teachers and principals June 14, 2019

Caring for livestock in wild winter weather June 05, 2019

Ngatea Library and Service Centre stays put May 31, 2019

Calling all bookworms! May 31, 2019

Waihi teachers join MegaStrike May 29, 2019

EggBoy’s Eggceptional donation May 29, 2019

Teachers' MegaStrike Marches Tomorrow May 28, 2019

It’s Pink Shirt Day! May 17, 2019

Death in school grounds closes Katikati College May 17, 2019

Waihi College invites you to Pink Ribbon High Tea Fundraiser May 14, 2019

Leo and Rosie Morley get dramatic about Bugsy Malone May 10, 2019

Aiming for full house at Waihi Bridge Club May 08, 2019

Free bridge lessons - what a deal! April 29, 2019

Waihi Lions Book Fair coming Queen's Birthday Weekend...Donate your books, jigsaws, DVDs April 26, 2019

Book your free Bridge lessons - it's the real deal! April 18, 2019

goldblog: Dodgy advertising practices April 10, 2019

Book your free Bridge lessons April 08, 2019

Daylight Saving Time - turn your clocks back April 05, 2019

Beware phone scammers! March 28, 2019

Recent incidents of Parvovirus - TCDC reminds dog owners to vaccinate March 25, 2019

Nationwide reflection for those killed in the Christchurch terror attack March 22, 2019

Race Relations Day a chance to remember the victims and survivors of Christchurch attacks March 21, 2019

Ngatea community reads between the lines and says NO! March 06, 2019

Congratulations Mike King - New Zealander of the Year February 15, 2019

Amaru excels at kapahaka February 12, 2019

Arsons at Waihi College - Police appeal for information February 05, 2019

Police investigating four fires at Waihi College February 04, 2019

Gold FM Fire Call Out February 04, 2019

Police warn drivers to secure their cars January 30, 2019

Hellers prosecuted over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages January 30, 2019

Spread the message about Kauri Die Back to avoid spreading the disease January 25, 2019

Public health warning issued for affected shellfish January 25, 2019

WAIHI COLLEGE Important Dates 2019 January 22, 2019

It's time to stop the violence whanau - let's embrace each other with love! January 10, 2019

Protecting Coromandel kauri – it’s up to you! January 04, 2019

Provisional figure for 2018 road deaths January 01, 2019