Edmond Leahy, CEO of the Thames Valley Rugby Football Union brought us up to speed with the highlights and results across another great rugby weekend.
There was plenty of good rugby with the Elders Cup Senior B Competition at the end of round one,... Continue reading »
A low from the Tasman Sea is forecast to move over New Zealand later today and early Monday bringing strong winds and rain to many places.
As the low approaches today, northerlies are forecast to strengthen over the North Island and upper South... Continue reading »
Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki is furious that the Government’s failure to implement protections that have been promised by one or more of the coalition partners for years has resulted in a mining application being lodged against prime Coromandel... Continue reading »
Having an application to purchase two farms near Waihi to build a new tailings impoundment rejected hasn’t deterred OceanaGold from progressing plans to extend mining operations well into the future.
After announcing a high-grade mineral resource at... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil invited Oscar and Bellamy into the Gold FM studio to talk about their roles in Waihi Drama Society’s latest production, Bugsy Malone.
With 27 youngsters taking to the Boyd Road Theatre stage when the curtain goes up on May 16 -... Continue reading »
Puarere Stream Bridge on Omahu Valley Road, Hikutaia, will be under stop-go management from Monday 13 May to Friday 17 May while permanent repairs to the bridge abutment are made.
The bridge will then be closed from 9am to 3pm on Monday and Tuesday... Continue reading »
Have you got your ticket for the Steampunk Party at Karangahake Hall yet?
Arkwrights Antiques in Paeroa and the Waihi SPCA OPShop have tickets waiting for those who fancy getting their Victorian Sci fi on and heading to a party with a difference. ... Continue reading »
Some of the young cast of 27 children joined Brian Gentil in the Gold FM studio to tell us about Waihi Drama Society’s latest production, Bugsy Malone.
The main characters, Bugsy and Tallulah played by Leo and Rosie Morley, Oscar Sandford who plays... Continue reading »
At 10:05 am on the today, New Zealand Police launched 105 (“ten five”), the eagerly anticipated number for the public to report non-emergency situations to Police.
“More than 60 years on from the first 111 call, the launch of 105 today is a... Continue reading »
The Thames Valley Rugby Football Union CEO Edmond Leahy joined Brian Gentil to run through the local Senior A Silcock Shield and Senior B Elders Cup games across the Coromandel and Hauraki regions.
Edmond and Brian also covered the Super Rugby and... Continue reading »
Need a plumber? Call Laser Plumbing – they’re New Zealand’s leading nationwide plumbing company.
Laser Plumbing’s locally owned and operated branches cover Omokoroa, Waihi, Thames, Whitianga and Whangamata - with staff also based in Katikati and... Continue reading »
There was plenty to talk about with Brent Willoughby when he spoke with Brian Gentil.
The Waihi Men’s team has a bye this weekend as Cambridge, who they were set down to play, pulled out of the season.
The Waihi Women have a home game on Sunday... Continue reading »
The first stage of a $101 million-dollar project to boost safety and save lives on State Highway 2 (SH2) north of Tauranga will be finished on schedule in July, with work now underway on the remaining sections.
Associate Transport Minister Julie... Continue reading »
The Waihi Beach Art & Craft Fair is celebrating 15 years of bringing what has become an iconic annual event to Waihi Beach.
This Queen’s Birthday Sunday, June 2nd, the doors at the Waihi Beach Community Centre will open to a showcase of art and... Continue reading »
The Waikato District Health Board has been struggling for many months and the appointment of a commissioner is the right thing to do says Coromandel MP Scott Simpson.
“There have been some huge problems for the Board since the resignation of... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil spoke to Kit Wilson, Senior Community Advisor at OceanaGold, about the decision to decline their application to purchase two farms for a new tailings storage facility near Waihi.
Land Information Minister Eugenie Sage disagreed with... Continue reading »
The Waihi Drama Society is bringing a pint sized, pinstriped classic to the Boyd Road Theatre for your entertainment pleasure with Bugsy Malone.
The tongue in cheek tribute to the gangster movie genre is based on the 1976 movie starring Jodie Foster... Continue reading »
The Waihi Bridge Club has an almost full house (pardon the pun) with just four spaces available for more students to learn the art of Bridge playing.
Bridge is actually more than it's cracked up to be with hooked devotees meeting across the... Continue reading »
Senior Community Constable Harley North update the Police File this week. Listen in to our podcast interview to hear the full details.
Monday 29 AprilReport of a historic attempted Burglary at Bulltown Road. Nothing appears to have been stolen.... Continue reading »