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Wayne is a 35 year veteran in the broadcasting industry in both radio and on-line.

He has spent the last 30 plus years in Kelowna and has called Castanet home since the fires of 2003.

With a background in both sports and news reporting, Wayne spends much of his time on the City Hall/political and sports beats at Castanet.

Wayne is married and has two grown sons of his own and a step-son.
Latest Articles from Wayne Moore

Eastbound lanes open

May 26, 2016 / 7:27 pm

Photo: Google Street View UPDATED: 7:27 p.m. Highway 1 has been reopened in the eastbound direction near Bridal Falls, but the highway remains closed in the westbound lanes. Westbound traffic is being rerouted at Highway 9. DriveBC

Park society denies charge

May 26, 2016 / 5:45 pm

Photo: Jennifer Zielinski - Castanet File Photo Rutland Park Society's president denies any wrongdoing surrounding a new community hall and other allegations levelled by the group's treasurer. Todd Sanderson, who was in hospital

Referendum setback

May 26, 2016 / 4:56 pm

Photo: Contributed The province has placed a large roadblock in front of West Kelowna's plans to borrow up to $10.5 million for a new city hall on Elliott Road. The Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development sent a letter

3 more years for OC boss

May 26, 2016 / 3:23 pm

Photo: Contributed The president of Okanagan College will be sticking around for at least three more years. Jim Hamilton has agreed to an offer to extend his term through October 2019. He has been at the helm since 2004, the longest

Pledge to fight distraction

May 26, 2016 / 11:07 am

Photo: Contributed Several Kelowna businesses have come together to try and make local roads safer for everyone. My driving pledge is a website where motorists can go and vow not to use their phones or other electronic devices while driving. According

Questions swirl around hall

May 26, 2016 / 10:37 am

Photo: Wayne Moore - Castanet The treasurer of the Rutland Park Society is calling for an investigation of the society under Section 84 of the BC Society Act. That section outlines reasons under which an investigation can be carried out. Wendy

What fell from sky?

May 26, 2016 / 8:45 am

UPDATE 8:45 P.M. Mystery solved. It appears the mysterious object fluttering and falling from the sky earlier this week was a piece of fabric used to keep insects away from vegetables at Orchard Hill Farm. Kathy Wiebe said a dust devil touched

Warriors past and present

May 25, 2016 / 7:00 pm

Photo: Contributed It's never difficult to sell a hot brand. In the Central Okanagan, there's no brand hotter than the West Kelowna Warriors. Hockey fan or not, you couldn't look at a publication or turn on a radio without

Must see culinary TV

May 25, 2016 / 4:34 pm

Photo: Render Digital Media For a second straight year, you can catch all of the excitement of the Canadian Culinary Championships from the comfort of your computer, tablet or phone. Through a community programming grant from TELUS Optik

Grads get a free ride

May 25, 2016 / 2:07 pm

Photo: BC Transit About 21,000 Grade 12 students across B.C. will get a safe ride home in June thanks to BC Transit. The transit company and 45 partner communities, including all Okanagan partners, will make the GradPASS available once again