CFM Breakfast Host Rick Rennie caught up with Andrew Mortimore from the New Zealand Police Force who is Acting District Commander of Waikato.
Scott Burkhart and his family will be spending lockdown a little different across the ditch. Hear first hand what its like being located in the capital city of Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CFM Host Rex lives a day in the life of a Thames high school student surviving lock down. Sam Oxford is a senior student from Thames High School who’s final year will definitely be one to remember.
Joel Shadbolt played a huge role in creating the ultimate kiwi lock down song, its called “Stay” and CFM’s Ayana pick at Joel’s brain.
The Coromandel gains attraction over it hotter season but some real heat can happen during Autumn and Winter on netball courts across the Coromandel. Sadly like many sports netball has been put on the bench due to COVID-19 and CFM host Rex finds out more about the netball season.
You can hear her great music on CFM with songs like Bloom, now we get to learn a little bit more about Kiwi singer / song writer Paige. Ayana chats to the 22 year old from Auckland about what she is making out of this situation in isolation.
CFM host Ayana got a sweet tooth while she was catching up with Fleur from Sugar Cafe in Thames. They touch on an awesome way that you can help small local businesses like Sugar cafe during this time.
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.