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Watch out for the weather on Sunday!

Posted 14 July 2018 by Gold FM in Weather and Road info

A deep low is forecast to approach New Zealand from the north on Sunday, bringing severe gale easterlies to exposed parts of Northland, Auckland including Great Barrier Island, Coromandel Peninsula, Waikato and the Bay of Plenty west of Whakatane. ...
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SH25 rebuild wraps up - NZTA

Posted 26 June 2018 by Gold FM in Road info

After six months and around 70,000 hours of work the project to rebuild and strengthen SH25 after a storm in early January is almost complete. Crews from the NZ Transport Agency's contractor, Higgins, will be gone from SH25 by the end of this...
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Trig Road Tomo Update

Posted 20 June 2018 by Gold FM in Road info

Trig Road South, Waihi, will remain closed near the intersection with Mathers Road for several days due to a large tomo which caved in underneath the road last night, leaving a hole approximately 1.8m wide at the surface and extending 4m - 5m deep...
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Tomo Closes Trig Road, Waihi

Posted 20 June 2018 by Gold FM in Road info

Trig Road South, Waihi, is closed near the intersection with Mathers Road due to a large tomo which has caved in underneath the road leaving a hole approximately 1.8m wide at the surface and extending 4m - 5m deep under the road. The tomo was...
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Severe Weather Watch!

Posted 11 June 2018 by Gold FM in Weather and Road info

The MetService is monitoring an approaching subtropical low and has issued a severe weather watch for parts of the North Island including Waikato and the Coromandel Peninsula. Periods of heavy rain are forecast over the next 24 hours. Wind gusts...
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NZTA says avoid travel

Posted 3 June 2018 by Gold FM in Road info

The NZ Transport Agency is advising people to avoid travelling tonight in Waikato and Bay of Plenty areas affected by heavy rain and to check before they travel on Monday. A number of roads are closed in Coromandel and Western Bay of Plenty because...
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