Interview

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Jed Greig will be spending lock down away from home, 19,878 km away to be exact in Spain. Jed is on the phone with Ayana talking what its like to be living in one of the hardest hit country’s during the COVID-19 Pandemic.    

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.

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.

The Coromandel’s CFM has finally been able to secure an interview with a spokesperson at Waikato DHB. Dr Kevin Snee speaks frankly with CFM’s Rick Rennie.

We don’t have much control over Covid-19, what we can control is whether we come out of lockdown fit or fat. CFM chats with Bill Cooksley from Sports Waikato who gives us some great tips to keep us fit.  

CFM host Rex gets answer to some very tough and too often not asked questions around family violence in New Zealand. Talking to Denise Messiter from Women’s Refuge during a period where we are forced to stay at home, but for some home ins’t safe.

The Coromandel is best known for its beautiful landscape that attracts so many tourists. Rex chats to Hadley Dryden to find out the impact covid-19 has on our tourist industry.

CFM breakfast host Rick has regular chats with MP Scott Simpson updates till 3rd of April. Covering topics from the current fire bans to added population since the lockdown in the coromandel.

It all started with a post on facebook offering up a beach batch in Tairua for local health care workers. Midwife Karen Donald answer the call and is now using the batch for work purposes, CFM host Ayana checks in on Karen.  

CFM host Rex and Psychologist Mark Skelding discuss the importance of being mindful with our mental well being during this time. Mark gives us some tips to relieve some of the stress we are all feeling.  


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