New Zealand

It will be 37 years to the day since the New Zealand radio station, now 1368AM [Village Radio], call sign Station 1XT, first commenced broadcasting from the village in 17th Avenue West. That occasion was to mark the city of Tauranga celebrating its 21st birthday.
On Tuesday April 13, the radio station will be “firing up” its original transmitter, says Station Manager George Stewart.
The 84 year old Collins one kilowatt transmitter was built at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in the USA.
More about the story sunlive.co.nz
Mike Terry to WRTH fb group (2021-04-11)

Greece

1431 [Uni Radio from Thessaloniki] strikes back.
Further to my previous report the station has been tested by field monitoring last Monday to transmit from their usual QTH at the Uni . Peak level signal is 83/25 (-10dbm??) at a distance less than  30 m.
At a distance of 600m  my parents house the signal is 64/25.
NO signal on 8 or 9 April on local evenings . Back on 10 at 07 with -40dbm in the Salonica SDR but at 0750 with only a poor carrier …
https://sites.google.com/site/zliangas/sdr
Zacharias Liangas via groups.io (2021-04-10)

New Zealand

RNZ National Gebbies Pass 675 kHz is currently off air. There are no scheduled outages. The AM Network 963 kHz is on air so it must be a transmitter fault.
Paul R. to ICDX-AM groups.io (2021-04-06)

Netherlands

In the Italy item, April 2nd was mentioned, that Radio Studio X is known for being the only European medium wave transmitter to broadcast in AM stereo.
This is not correct.
Theo Postma, CEO of Radio TPOT has informed, that Radio TPOT [918 kHz] has been transmitting in C-QUAM for 6 years now.
Check http://94.214.128.124:8073/ and click on the name radio TPOT to enjoy the stereo.
Ydun Ritz (2021-04-04)

Netherlands

“During the storm of yesterday, the antenna of Brrhrimx from Voorburg is damaged, so that there are temporarily no broadcasts via the LPAM 1395 kHz. The second and third program, Brrhrinx and Brrhri can be heard via the 1485 and 846 KHz. “
https://radio-tv-nederland.nl/

Also see this German article:
https://www.radioeins.de/programm/sendungen/medienmagazin/radio_news/beitraege/2018/family_radio.html
The say it seems that the antennas will be demolished soon.
Marco (2021-03-13)

Canada

(CRTC) Power increase approved for CHHA 1610 Toronto.
The San Lorenzo Latin American Community Centre got the go ahead today to increase the power at CHHA 1610 in Toronto from 6,250 watts to 10,000 watts (fulltime). All other technical parameters would remain unchanged.
San Lorenzo stated that CHHA experiences signal deficiencies within its primary (15 mV/m) daytime contour that result in it regularly receiving reception complaints from listeners.
CRTC DECISION: https://crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2021/2021-11.htm
Canadian Radio News FB group (2021-01-15)