DRUG USE ON THE COROMANDEL AND SURROUNDING AREAS Day three of our focus on drugs, today we focus on the responses to the question of use of drugs other than Marijuana. We surveyed individuals located on the Coromandel and all surrounding areas. In total 383 people participated in this special survey that was available on […]
DO YOU KNOW THE LOCATION OF A SUPPLIER OF ILLEGAL DRUGS? Today we release part 2 of our survey on illicit drugs on the Coromandel and surrounding districts. In Part 1 that was released last Friday, we looked at the question of how people are likely to vote at the forthcoming referendum on the question […]
HOW WILL COROMANDEL HAURAKI RESIDENTS VOTE ON THE CANNABIS REFERENDUM? Today we start the release of results from the survey that closed last Saturday on questions relating to the use and supply of illicit drugs. The poll is not scientific, it surveyed people living on the Coromandel or Hauraki and was designed to open some […]
The National Transport Spokesperson – Chris Bishop with Scott Simpson (Coromandel MP) today released their policy for the Bay of Plenty and Coromandel, particularly regarding our one-lane bridges. The Policy has three key initiatives are. Building the Tauranga to Katikati Expressway, including the Katikati bypass Building the Pokeno to Mangatarata improvements project. Upgrade three one […]
More rain on the way for The Coromandel later today, on top of what we’ve already received before midday today (Thursday July 16). Rex Simpson interviewed Lewis from Metservice in Wellington about what’s still to come.
This morning Rick Rennie spoke to Garry Towler, Civil Defence Controller, about the heavy rain warning in place for the Coromandel with effect from Midnight tonight (12:00am Thursday June 25). This weather event is similar to the Queen’s Birthday storm with falls of up to 150mm possible. Expect road closures, slips, flooding and power outages. […]
Rick Rennie spoke with Civil Defence controller Gary Towler on Friday April 17 about Easter weekend, the potential change to Level-3 lockdown and how that affects us all.
Through our Facebook page, the Coromandel’s local radio station CFM has run an online survey asking “Should we move from lockdown level 4 to level 3?” There are lots of things to consider, the economy, personal wellbeing (emotional and physical) and the greater picture for New Zealand as a safe place. With Level-4 being such […]
Presenting ‘Stay’, a collaboration from Te Māngai Pāho and Loop featuring 20 of Aotearoa’s finest musicians with one clear message – stay at home to help save lives. Watch the video below… Created by over 20 artists in collaboration while in lock down, ‘Stay’ is a waiata created with one simple goal – encouraging the people of […]
Rick Rennie spoke to Steve Hart, from the Kuaotunu Community Emergency Response Team to talk about what the group does and how the lockdown restrictions are affecting their work.