Author: Brooke Koppens
Thames Community Board have been given the green light after applying for an innovating government street fund. $200,000 will go towards trying to “Zjoosh up the main Street”, Thames Coromandel Mayor Sandra Goudie said to CFM about the Mary Street Civics Plaza transformation. “Whitianga has done a superb job, we need to do something just […]
Saturday the 20th of June will see Senior and Junior club rugby back on the field. Despite the short season ahead, Mike Skeen, the Mercury Bay Rugby and Sports Club Captain, said the teams are back and bigger than ever! “We are planning on using a number of players, more than normal,” said Skeen. Level […]
MP Scott Simpson is back in the Coromandel and catches up with Rex after a busy week at the Beehive. They discuss the highlights from this week, like Tamati Coffey telling Melissa Lee to ‘stick to your job, love’, and David Seymour’s remarks about Winston Peters. Simpson agree’s with National Party Leader Todd Muller that […]
Bellyful Whitianga have completed their first post lockdown Cookathon to provide meals for those in need. Three hours in the MBAS kitchen with a small team of 7 volunteers resulted in 98 meals cooked, packaged and ready to fill bellies! Franziska Jack spoke to Brooke and said the meals will be delivered to families with […]
Rex chats with Mike White from Business One about eligibility for wage subsidy.
Rex chats with Nanaia Mahuta who is Minister for Local Government, Maori Development and Maori representative for Hauraki.
The name has changed but the friendly faces and great service is still the same. Brent from Smitty’s gives CFM an update as they open their doors after lockdown
Headmaster of Colville School chats about being back at school after 7 weeks.
Find out what its like behind the scene of the hospitality industry during a pandemic.
Ayana spoken to Ken Hinemarsh from Cathedral Cove Scenic Cruises about the future of tourism in Whitianga.