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Chill out ahead!

Posted 24 September 2018 by Gold FM in Weather

A slow-moving low-pressure system east of the South Island is forecast to deepen today, directing a cold and moist southeast flow over the South Island. The cold air is forecast to spread over the North Island tomorrow, according to the MetService. ...
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Jacinda Adern Gets 'Sociable' in New York

Posted 24 September 2018 by Gold FM

It's a year to the day since Jacinda Adern became Prime Minister of New Zealand. Today she addressed the 9th Annual Social Good Summit in New York City as the keynote speaker. Press Secretary Jule Jacobson sent through her speech. Kia ora koto...
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The Great Kererū Count takes flight today

Posted 21 September 2018 by Gold FM in Environmental

The Great Kererū Count takes flight today with everyone in New Zealand being invited to be citizen scientists for the next 10 days and count kererū. The aim is to build up a comprehensive picture of where our native pigeon is – and isn’t – found....
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Free Budgeting for Success Course

Posted 20 September 2018 by Gold FM in Education and Business

Waihi Budgeting Service is running a free 8-week course for all ages and personal incomes. The course will provide you with the knowledge to manage within your income. Choose from two different times to fit with your commitments. Night Session...
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Girl Power celebrates 125 years

Posted 19 September 2018 by Gold FM in History, Arts & Culture

Celebrating Girl Power today – 19 September 2018. It’s been 125 years today since New Zealand women created a world first by winning the right to vote like a man!  At the other end of the scale - King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia granted women the right...
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Conservation Week calls for help

Posted 17 September 2018 by Gold FM in Environmental

 New Zealand’s wildlife is in crisis with more than 4,000 of our species threatened or at risk.  The Conservation Week poster this year is of a tīeke (saddleback) surrounded by native species, calling for help. There are four sectors represented –...
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