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Wayne Moore
wayne@castanet.net
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

No to RVs on ALR land

Oct 22, 2017 / 5:00 am

Photo: Google Maps City council is being asked to say no to a proposal by local farmer to include year round rentals of recreational vehicles on the property. The application has been panned by staff and the city's Agricultural Advisory

ODs get council's ear

Oct 22, 2017 / 5:00 am

Photo: CTV The opioid overdose epidemic gripping the province will catch the ear of Kelowna city council. Dr. Silvina Mema, medical health officer with Interior Health, is scheduled to address council Monday afternoon with an update on the

Lake Country snarl fixed

Oct 20, 2017 / 9:59 am

Photo: Google Maps Good news for motorists who regularly travel through Lake Country along Highway 97. The traffic jam is almost over. A traffic snafu has significantly slowed traffic through the community since Wednesday morning. The

Not Schooly McSchoolface

Oct 20, 2017 / 5:00 am

Photo: SD23 While it was the runaway top choice as the name for the new middle school in Kelowna's Upper Mission, Schooly McSchoolface didn't make the grade. The name plays off Boaty McBoatface, the tongue-in-cheek winner of a 2016

If ya gotta go, not here

Oct 19, 2017 / 7:05 pm

Photo: Castanet Staff Washrooms in most parks across Kelowna are now closed for the season. The same holds for water fountains, including water at off-leash dog parks across the city. The move comes as winter approaches and temperatures

Dentist will buy back candy

Oct 19, 2017 / 2:02 pm

Photo: Facebook A Kelowna dentist seems willing to cut into his business. Dr. Vikram Grewal of Okanagan Smiles says he will buy Halloween candy from trick-or-treaters at $1 per pound, up to 10 pounds ($10) per child. Grewal says

Bed bugs on a plane

Oct 19, 2017 / 11:18 am

Photo: Contributed A New Westminster woman is more frustrated by customer service than the bed bug bites she and her family received on a recent trans-Atlantic flight. Heather Szilagyi, her fiance and daughter were on board a British

Power nearly all restored

Oct 19, 2017 / 10:04 am

Photo: Dianne Vandergulik Storm damage in Lake Country. Only a few of homes across the Okanagan are still without power as a result of Tuesday's windstorm. According to BC Hydro's website, about 150 customers in the Central and

Commemorate Chinatown

Oct 19, 2017 / 5:56 am

Photo: Contributed Not many people in Kelowna are familiar the history of the city's Chinatown. That's about to change. As part of Canada's sesquicentennial celebrations, a new sign will be unveiled in City Park Saturday,

Could it happen here?

Oct 19, 2017 / 5:00 am

Photo: Google Street View Arena management at the City of Kelowna will be monitoring the outcome of investigations into the tragic ammonia accident that killed three workers at the Fernie arena Tuesday. Building services manager Martin Johansen
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