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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

Expect delays at landfill

May 24, 2017 / 5:16 pm

Photo: Google Street View Expect delays entering the Glenmore Landfill later this week. You can expect some delays at the Glenmore landfill. Delays will occur Thursday and Friday for completion of a project at the scale house at the entrance

Murder charge laid

May 24, 2017 / 5:14 pm

Photo: Google Street View A Prince George man has been charged with murder A 34-year-old Prince George man has been charged with murder in a death over the long weekend. Christopher Clarke George has been charged with second-degree murder,

KSS steps up for cancer

May 24, 2017 / 12:37 pm

Photo: Wayne Moore KSS students are raising money for the BC Cancer Foundation all this week. Students at Kelowna Secondary School are stepping up again for the fight against cancer. For the 15th year, students are raising money during

Late-night delays on Spall

May 24, 2017 / 12:34 pm

Photo: Google Street View Kelowna city crews will be resurfacing a portion of Spall Road. Motorists who frequent Spall Road can expect some delays beginning this evening. Crews will be out on Spall, between Bernard and Harvey avenues,

Flood relief from Red Cross

May 24, 2017 / 11:51 am

Photo: Mike Nolan Flood waters driven by high winds in Okanagan Landing. The Red Cross is coming to the aid of flood victims across the province. Thanks to donations from people across the country, the Red Cross says it is making $600

Brenda Mines exit closed

May 24, 2017 / 11:12 am

Photo: Google Maps A washout has forced closure of the Brenda Mines exit off the Okanagan Connector. In a brief statement, DriveBC says the exit is closed in both directions until further notice. Originally, the notice indicated the highway

Storm hits expected peak

May 24, 2017 / 10:39 am

Contributed Environment Canada was right on the mark in its prediction of Tuesday's storm activity. Wind gusts expected to hit up to 70 km/h were reached, and in many cases exceeded as the storm rolled through the province, leaving

Boaters heed warnings

May 23, 2017 / 9:00 pm

Photo: Alanna Kelly Boats were few and far between on Okanagan Lake over the long weekend. It seems boaters heeded warnings issued by the Central Okanagan Emergency Operations Centre to stay off Okanagan Lake. Despite temperatures nudging

A perfect mosquito storm

May 23, 2017 / 12:24 pm

Photo: RDCO Mosquito larvae collected in the Central Okanagan. As residents in low-lying areas and along the lakeshore continue to fortify their properties from rising water, the regional district is doing what it can to control a mosquito

Liberals hit 44... for now

May 23, 2017 / 12:22 pm

Photo: Eletions BC At least for now, the BC Liberals have added one more seat to their election night total. The BC Liberals have gained a slight advantage in the closest race in this year's provincial election. As tens of thousands