Brian Gentil spoke to Allan Sole about the Waihi Beach Community Board and the process followed by Western Bay of Plenty District Council in regard to representation.
Allan said well over 500 submissions were received and he and Brian discussed the... Continue reading »
It was like a ray of sunshine had engulfed our studio when these gorgeous girls came for a visit this morning. Nyah Frew and Emily Croker sparkled with enthusiasm for the Waihi College Talent Quest that is happening at Waihi College tomorrow,... Continue reading »
Premier Beehive NZ is recalling a specific batch of its Beehive brand Original sausages as the product may contain foreign matter (metal).
Name of product (size) - Beehive brand Original sausages (1kg)
Batch marking 234234
Date marking Use by... Continue reading »
Thames Valley RFU CEO Edmond Leahy shared the results of the rep games over the weekend.The Thames Valley Development team played the curtain raiser to the Swamp Foxes game at Boyd Park in Te Aroha, and Edmond and Brian ran through the Premiership... Continue reading »
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. ... Continue reading »
Grey Power Waihi is hosting Howard Vickeridge of Dementia Waikato at a public meeting this Friday at the Waihi Baptist Church on the corner of Kenny Street.
Dementia is one of New Zealand’s most significant and growing healthcare challenges. Almost... Continue reading »
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... Continue reading »
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.... Continue reading »
Thames Valley RFU CEO Edmond Leahy caught up with Brian Gentil this morning with another Gold FM Rugby Report thanks to Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate in Thames, Paeroa, Waihi and Waihi Beach to preview all the rugby on across the weekend.
There... Continue reading »
It’s time to get your dream team together, build your speed machine and experience the thrill of the Haszard Street Hill for the Go Waihi Trolley Derby during GoldFest on Saturday, October 06.
Enjoy the Market Day, Model Boat Display, Recycled Fun... Continue reading »
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... Continue reading »
Thames Coromandel District Councillor and member of the Waikato District Health Board Sally Christie spoke to Brian Gentil about what's been happening in her district.
Sally discussed the Thames Hospital 150th celebration coming up in the... Continue reading »
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... Continue reading »
Community Constable Harley North updated the Gold FM Police File. Listen in to our podcast to hear the full details.
Wednesday 12 September Police attended a car vs motorcycle traffic crash at SH25 near the intersection of Golden Valley Road. One of... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil spoke to Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens to find out what caused the alarm to sound last week. It's been relatively quiet for the local Fire & Rescue Service compared to a couple of months ago.
Last Wednesday, September 12 the... Continue reading »
GO Waihi has managed to keep the Heart of Gold flags flying constantly in Waihi for 11 years until recently. GO Waihi is an incorporated society governed by a voluntary committee that manages a paid coordinator. It was established in 1997 with the... Continue reading »
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 –... Continue reading »
Thames Valley Rugby CEO Edmond Leahy covered all the rep games across the weekend.
Roller Mills, U14s, U16s, U18s all played King Country and the U45kgs rep team played two games on Sunday.
The Development team won 29 - 12 versus King Country when... Continue reading »
Brent Willoughby is back on deck and reported in about Waihi Football Association's game against Claudelands Rovers Squatters B on Saturday. Unfortunately, it was a 2 - 1 loss for Waihi. Brent and Brian Gentil talked about where that leaves... Continue reading »
The Great Kererū Count is NZ’s biggest citizen science project. The project is all about community participation through citizen science. Citizen science is the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of the general... Continue reading »