Kit Wilson from OceanaGold called in for a chat with Brian Gentil about local operations.
Brian asked whether the steam coming out of the vent on the south wall in Martha pit is causing the misty conditions that hover over the mine sometimes? Kit... Continue reading »
Posted 24 July 2019
by Gold FM
in Education and Health
Media Release: Toi Te Ora Public Health
Toi Te Ora Public Health is urging those who attended the Basketball New Zealand Under 15 Nationals tournament held at Trustpower Arena in Mount Maunganui, between 17th – 20th July, to be vigilant for the symptoms of measles, after a participant... Continue reading »
Senior Constable Harley North updated the Gold FM Police File today. He said he was surprised by the number of people who did not have their headlights on in the foggy conditions this morning. He also spoke with Brian Gentil about making sure... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil and Chief Fire officer Moe Stevens had a chat on Monday morning about the call out, yes just the one, this week to a tree that had fallen across the road heading into the Karangahake Gorge from Waihi near Waikino last Friday morning. ... Continue reading »
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is disappointed by the scale of an illegal haul of flounder and oysters in Northland.
Northland fishery officers have caught a 66-year-old Russell man with 97 flounder and 677 shucked oysters, which were... Continue reading »
Police accepts the findings of the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) report into a fleeing driver incident in Huntly on 12 November 2017.
Police acknowledge that the officer made some errors of judgement in affecting the arrest, however... Continue reading »
23rd of July isn't just another day...According to those who aim to gather all the special holidays, moments and occasions from around the world together, and help everyone celebrate them, today is Gorgeous Grandma Day - so you can take the... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil caught up with Ross Cooper, Deputy Chair for the Thames Valley Rugby Football Union, and ran through the results of all the Thames Valley games across the weekend.
The Senior A and B games had a couple of upsets as they head into the... Continue reading »
Another scam is pouring into inboxes around the country at present. If you get an email from IRD notifying you about a refund don't click on any link in the email.
Gold FM received one that looks very authentic. It even has the warning about... Continue reading »
Steve Warren, the President of the Waihi Association Football Club, spoke with Brian Gentil about the Waihi Men’s and Women’s results from the weekend.
It was a close game for the men playing away against Te Aroha, going down 2 -1, while the Waihi... Continue reading »
The Silver Ferns completed a spectacular rise back to the top after clinching a memorable 52-51 win over Australia in the Vitality Netball World Cup final in Liverpool on Monday morning (NZ time).
In a vintage trans-Tasman clash, Australia trimmed a... Continue reading »
Grants for energy efficient heaters are now available as part of the Government’s Warmer Kiwi Homes programme which aims to make homes warmer and more energy efficient.
Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods says the grants will cover two-thirds... Continue reading »
Whitianga's new water treatment plant is now officially open, marking an important milestone in Thames Coromandel District Council's drinking water standards upgrade project.
The Council is spending close to $16 million over the next three... Continue reading »
International Nelson Mandela Day 2019 underlines 101 years since the birth of Nelson Mandela - Madiba (18 July 1918). It is an occasion to reflect on his life and legacy, and to follow his call to “make of the world a better place.”The first... Continue reading »
Seven years ago today - July 17, 2012, Waihi woke to news that kept the town on tenterhooks for several hours.
A truck in the Trio underground mine caught fire causing several miners to shelter in underground refuge chambers until mines rescue staff... Continue reading »
After a disappointing run of bad luck with mechanical issues Goldfields train is back on track for one return trip to Waikino each day from today.
The train will depart Waihi at 11.45 am and leave Waikino Station at 1.00 pm for the rest of the... Continue reading »
Visitors to Kaiaua will have a top spot to stretch their legs, skip some stones, and munch on their lunch, thanks to a government contribution announced at the weekend.
The council has received $80,000 towards a car parking and freedom camping area... Continue reading »
A firearms collection event for buy-back and amnesty will be held on Saturday 20th July 2019 from 10am to 3pm at Te Aroha Silver Ferns Event Centre, Te Aroha.
Police are supporting firearms owners to hand-in either prohibited firearms or firearms... Continue reading »
A 24 year old male who lit a series of fires at Waihi College and an adjoining horticultural business has been sentenced in the Waihi District Court.
Paul Nutsford had previously admitted to setting 4 fires at the two premises on the 2nd of... Continue reading »
Waihi Fire and Rescue had two call outs over the last week. Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens said the first was last Wednesday night at around 10.30 pm when they had a medical assist for the ambulance service.
The second job was on Sunday at 1 pm... Continue reading »