Kit Wilson from OceanGold called into the Gold FM studio for a catch up with Brian Gentil. The Project Martha Update on Gold FM is to update our listeners about local mining operations.
Brian asked Kit about the help OceanaGold has offered for a... Continue reading »
Listen in to the Gold FM Police File to hear Senior Community Constable Harley North talking to Brian Gentil about police work in the district.
Monday 11 MarchAn attempted burglary occurred at commercial premises at Seddon Street overnight. A male... Continue reading »
Thames Coromandel District Council Thames Ward Councillor and member of the Waikato District Health Board Sally Christie spoke with Brian Gentil on Monday morning, covering a number of current topics.
Included were the measles cases that are... Continue reading »
The shock and horror we're all feeling after last Friday has left many people confused and distressed.
Anyone who wants to talk about how they're feeling is encouraged to call 1737. The 1737 number remains open for text or phone-calls for... Continue reading »
Thames Valley Rugby Football Union’s Club Development Officer Don Edgecombe joined Brian Gentil on the Breakfast Show with all the results of a full weekend’s worth of rugby results.
It was the start of the Thames Valley season with games across... Continue reading »
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has released further information about the Christchurch Mosque shootings.
Police continue to respond to an ongoing serious and tragic firearms incident in Christchurch.
The incident remains fluid and information is... Continue reading »
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has confirmed a serious and evolving situation is occurring in Christchurch with an active shooter.
Police are responding with its full capability to manage the situation, but the risk environment remains extremely... Continue reading »
New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Adern has recognised the School Strike 4 Climate Action.In a media release sent out by her office she says, “I want to acknowledge today’s youth Climate Strike. I have said that climate change is my... Continue reading »
There will be an overnight closure through the Karangahake Gorge on State Highway 2 on Monday 18 March.
The NZ Transport Agency advises motorists there will be a full closure between School Road, in Karangahake Village and Waitawheta Road in Waikino... Continue reading »
A rally against a proposed goldmine in the Karangahake Gorge is going ahead this Sunday, March 17 at 3 pm.
Karangahake local Holly Dove says the government has not kept its promise to protect Karangahake from mining and the community have been left... Continue reading »
Waihi students, parents and helpers from local schools and preschools joined the global movement to send their messages about the importance of taking climate change seriously to politicians this morning.
The peaceful march traversed Seddon Street... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil invited Mark Ryan (Rhino), President of the Waihi Athletic Rugby Football Sport Union in for a catch up about the club's activities and plans for the upcoming rugby season.
The Waihi club had a great season last year with the Waihi... Continue reading »
Bronwyn Roberts (from The Plains Profile) spoke with Brian Gentil about the meeting held in the Ngatea War Memorial Hall on Wednesday night about the future of the Ngatea Library.
There’s been a lot of interest from locals and those in the district... Continue reading »
Waihi artist Mike Morgan will be in Eden this weekend ... Mt Eden that is, for the Artists In Eden gala art event.Mike will be one of about 40 recognised visual artists who will draw and paint from the Essex Road Reserve, Mt Eden from 10 am this... Continue reading »
Amy Magyar and Holly Elson-Fisher from Waihi College called in to the Gold FM studio to explain why they are helping to organise the Waihi School Strike 4 Climate Change protest.
It was apparent by their knowledge about the issues and their mature... Continue reading »
MetService forecast high pressure over much of the country this weekend, bringing warm and humid air over the North Island. Parts of the South Island are set to get a welcome dose of rainfall on Friday and Saturday, with a heavy rain warning in... Continue reading »
A chance meeting at the Hauraki District Council Representation Review Hearing resulted in an invitation for Joshua Mason and Dakota Sinclair to join Brian Gentil in the Gold FM studio to talk politics.
Waihi locals Joshua and Dakota are 18 years... Continue reading »
The smell of sizzling sausages will be wafting out from Waihi's newest business, Independent Grain and Stockfeeds this afternoon. Mike and his team invite you to call in this afternoon between 1.30 pm and 5 pm to meet the team, have a look... Continue reading »
Police can now confirm the name of the boy who died following an incident at Pauanui Beach on 10 March.
He was 13-year-old Jefferson William Crabb, known as Billy, of Matamata.
The boy’s family have asked for privacy at this difficult time.
Police... Continue reading »
Minister Responsible for Pike River Re-entry Andrew Little has announced that in light of the current state of preparations, the scheduled date to commence re-entering and recovering the access tunnel to the Pike River Mine (the drift) will be... Continue reading »