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19 February 2014

tvCentral has announced that Anne-Marie Case-Miller, will be the Waikato journalist and presenter for Central News, based in Hamilton...>>

 

15 August 2011

TV Rotorua and ITV Live [Info-Rotorua] are excited to announce the launch of the Freeview | HD signal into Rotorua last week. Both channels are now available on the Freeview | HD platform...>>

 

10 August 2011

For the first time in TV Central history, Central News, daily news and highlights with our local weather bulletin went live on the web last night...>>

 

8 March 2011

With funding support from Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust, TV Rotorua launches into 2011 with an exciting new show promoting those who may not have the necessary funds to promote themselves...>>

 

24 August 2009

"If you have news, we want to know about it," says Daryl Anderson, CEO of Television Media Group on the latest show to come out the regional station...>>

 

11 April 2009

Looking for a great way to celebrate Easter and welcome in the school holidays? Bailey Clark and Ken Knight, producers and presenters of the highly popular tvCentral Children's show Mish Mash, sponsored by J.Swap Contractors Ltd, have organised the Mish Mash Easter Picnic, to be held at Hamilton Lake on Tuesday, April 14...>>

 

20 February 2009

The Matamata Volunteer Fire Brigade and the Matamata Police will feature on tvCentral’s children’s show MishMash next month as part of the shows career week, produced and presented by Bailey Clarke and Ken Knight..>>

 

20 February 2009

Any parents looking for a family safe option for their child’s viewing should look no further than tvCentral. The foundational emphasis of tvCentral is to provide quality programming containing positive life values which is reflective of the community and its expectations, suitable for family viewing at all times..>>

 

26 August 2008

tvCentral will be "asking the hard questions" in its first election debate starting September 8. The 2008 Election slogan has been chosen as the theme for tvCentral's election debate, with 18 election candidates booked in over an exciting six weeks..>>

 

26 August 2008

“We can’t do this without you – please help share the load,” says tvCentral CEO Daryl Anderson about its recent fundraising campaign launch..>>

 

2 April 2008

tvCentral has joined 12 other channels which will screen on New Zealand’s free to air digital television and radio platform..>>

 

12 November 2007

 

24 August 2007

 

24 August 2007

 

16 July 2007

 

8 June 2007

 

26 June 2007

 

8 June 2007

 

30 May 2007

 

01 May 2007

 

01 December 2006

 

17 November 2006

 

November 2006

 

20 October 2006

 

September 2006