54889
Wayne Moore
[email protected]
250-860-5050 ext: 103
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

City payroll tops $70M

Jun 22, 2018 / 4:42 pm

Photo: Jon Manchester The City of Kelowna payroll has surpassed $70 million for the first time. Figures released in the city's annual report show payroll for 2017 reached $70.8 million, a 4.7 per cent increase over the $67.6 million

Cherries survive storm

Jun 22, 2018 / 11:23 am

Photo: Contributed Cherry orchardists throughout the Okanagan had helicopters and blowers on standby with a June thunderstorm rolling through the region, Thursday. They'll be ready again today with the possibility of more thundershowers. Early

Upset by creek diversion

Jun 22, 2018 / 10:57 am

Photo: Contributed Sawmill Road property, before and after. Residents in Oyama are up in arms over the removal of trees and diversion of a creek to make way for a medical marijuana production facility. Work has taken place over the past

Car flips on Drought Hill

Jun 21, 2018 / 4:45 pm

Photo: David Ogilvie A vehicle flipped on Drought Hill Thursday afternoon. UPDATE: 4:45 p.m. While a flipped car has slowed traffic on Drought Hill Thursday afternoon, single lane traffic is getting through in both directions. A

Gilchrist gets top city job

Jun 21, 2018 / 3:14 pm

Photo: City of Kelowna Doug Gilchrist The City of Kelowna didn't have to look far to find its new top bureaucrat. Doug Gilchrist, the city's director of real estate, has been selected as the new city manager. Gilchrist,

City prepares for legal pot

Jun 21, 2018 / 12:02 pm

Photo: The Canadian Press Business owners hoping to get into the cannabis retail business in Kelowna should know later this summer what rules they have to follow. The city planning department is preparing a set of guidelines and bylaws for

Cute chick on osprey cam

Jun 21, 2018 / 11:26 am

Photo: FortisBC Osprey cam A real treat for bird lovers of all kinds. An osprey chick has recently hatched in plain view of a worldwide audience. The image of the chick, interacting with mom and dad can be viewed on the FortisBC Osprey

OKM earns high marks

Jun 21, 2018 / 5:00 am

Photo: Contributed Okanagan Mission Secondary school continues to get high marks from the Fraser Institute's controversial high school report card. The report, which comes out once a year, rates each of the province's 253 secondary

$12M for city water plan

Jun 20, 2018 / 7:00 pm

Photo: Castanet file photo The City of Kelowna will receive $12 million from the province to advance the second phase of its water plan. Phase 1, which will integrate the city water system with Southeast Kelowna is well underway. Construction

Truck rams into tree

Jun 20, 2018 / 2:30 pm

Photo: Dave Ogilvie It was slow going on Campbell Road Wednesday afternoon while emergency crews dealt with a single vehicle crash. A truck was apparently heading east of Campbell Road near Campbell Place, when it veered to the right. It
51525

49792

53897

Castanet pays for news tips. Email us a news tip, photo, or video and your name will be in a draw for our weekly news tip prize $25. Email us [email protected]


55195

Member of the RTNDA