Wayne Moore
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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

Kelowna's housing boom

Jun 19, 2021 / 4:00 am

Photo: Colin Dacre/file The development industry seems to believe the current housing market in Kelowna will continue well into this decade. While homes are being purchased at near record levels for record amounts, construction of new housing

Reconciliation falls short

Jun 19, 2021 / 4:00 am

Photo: City of Kelowna Progress has been made, but more needs to be done. That's the conclusion City of Kelowna staff reached during a comprehensive review of actions taken by the city to advance calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation

Be responsible or lose them

Jun 18, 2021 / 12:52 pm

Madison Erhardt Hindsight being what it is, Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran says the city could have probably done things differently when rolling out its shared e-scooter program. The pilot program hit the ground running when motorized scooters

Robison stays at WHL helm

Jun 17, 2021 / 9:00 pm

Photo: WHL Commissioner Ron Robison The Western Hockey League's board of governors has insured Ron Robison will become the league's longest serving commissioner. The board announced Thursday it has extended Robison's contract

Deal reached in taxi war

Jun 17, 2021 / 11:18 am

Photo: Facebook Picket signs at Kelowna Cabs could soon be coming down There could be labour peace within a segment of the Kelowna taxi industry. MoveUP, the union representing locked out Kelowna Cabs dispatchers, says a tentative memorandum

Council still meet remotely

Jun 17, 2021 / 4:00 am

Photo: City of Kelowna Don't expect Kelowna to change the way city council meetings are conducted for at least the balance of the month. Despite a loosening of indoor restrictions which now allow gatherings of up to 50 people with a

Warriors $40K impact

Jun 16, 2021 / 6:16 pm

Photo: West Kelowna Warriors Warriors teamed with Valley First Credit Union on 2nd annual Community Night Even as they were feeling the economic impact of the coronavirus, the West Kelowna Warriors found a way to assist other community organizations

Get ready for the tourists

Jun 16, 2021 / 2:12 pm

After 15 months of adhering to COVID-related shutdowns, lockdowns and restrictions, British Columbians are ready to let their collective hair down. And, with summer coinciding with a lifting of many restrictions and a return of visitors from across

WHL season opens Oct. 1

Jun 16, 2021 / 12:26 pm

Photo: Paige Bednorz Anticipating the lifting of health restrictions across Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest, the WHL Wednesday announced home openers for each of the 22 member teams. The league also unveiled plans for a 68-game

Casinos itching to reopen

Jun 16, 2021 / 4:00 am

Photo: Chances Gaming While every sector of the economy has been hurt in one form or another throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, casinos and arenas have been hardest hit. Neither have been able to reopen in B.C. since the province initially


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