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Blue Monday playlist

April 20th, 2015 · Show playlist

Hi, I’m Al Hensley, host of the blues/soul/R&B music program Blue Monday. Each week I’ll be posting the program’s playlist so you can find out more about the new releases and historic tracks featured. To see what was played this week click here [Read more →]

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Booin Gari 2015 – Tuesday 14 April – Lion’s Park Noosaville

April 10th, 2015 · Celebrations, Community, Events

booin gari program

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Free show at Joe’s Waterhole – Michelle Brown and Red Belly Black

December 5th, 2014 · Events

michelle-brown-joes-waterholeThis Saturday Afternoon  6th Dec MICHELLE BROWN AND RED BELLY BLACK

Free show for the whole family  from 2pm .

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Nicky’s Playlist (trainee presenter)

December 2nd, 2014 · Show playlist

Hi all

I’m Nicky, a trainee presenter at Noosa 101.3 FM. I was guest on Debstar’s Theme Queen show today and thought listeners might a list of songs we played, so you track them down yourself.

To see what was played this week click ‘read more’.

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The Female of the Species – Noosa Arts Theatre

November 19th, 2014 · Community, Events, Theatre promotion


Coming soon: 27 November to 6 December

Buy tickets online or ring the theatre on 5449 9343

Thirty years ago Margot Mason, pioneer of the 1970s Women’s Liberation movement and fearless academic, wrote her ground-breaking work and numerous best-sellers followed. Now she has writer’s block. Molly, an unannounced visitor and committed fan of Margot and her work, offers a potential solution – until Molly produces a gun and calmly informs Margot that she intends to kill her because she blames her for warping her mother’s mind and ruining her life with her hit book The Cerebral Vagina. [Read more →]

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A tribute to Matt Hutchinson

November 18th, 2014 · Community

Matthew Hutchinson“Matthew Hutchinson passed away on Nov 16th 2014.

He was a founder member of Noosa Community Radio and for many years had a great radio program called “Funkelicious” on a Saturday morning. A passionate multi talented musician, indeed a unique person who is remembered by all who knew him as one of a kind! He will be sorely missed by all in our music community. Deepest sympathy to his partner, Leanne, (Sunshine Beach) his 3 children, his parents & sister (all in Victoria) & brother (Perth).

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Noosa Community Radio Open Day – Saturday 15 November

November 11th, 2014 · Uncategorized

 Come and take a look inside your local community radio station.

Meet the volunteer presenters and find out how you can become a presenter yourself!

Open Day - Saturday 15 November - 10am



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Dr Patrick Moore interview with Kris Waldron

November 10th, 2014 · Interviews


If you missed it, you’re in luck! Listen to the full Kris Waldron interview with Dr Patrick Moore one of the founders of Greenpeace – just click on the play button below (note player will not work on iPhones or iPads).


Download mp3 here

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Lifting for Life

October 12th, 2014 · Community, Events, Fund-raising

Lifting For Life was created by Simply Fit Gym to help folks get fit and to assist a great cause.
Simply Fit Gym at Peregian Beach is throwing out the challenge to other gyms, clubs and groups to lift as many kilograms as they can in support of headspace. With world champion powerlifter, psychologist and business woman Katrina Robertson at the helm that is a mighty challenge!

Teams of four can nominate themselves to lift as many kilograms as they can in whatever way they can for one week. Teams can track their progress, publish their photos and celebrate their efforts. Great prizes are on offer to the most lifted in various categories along with the best team photo and most money raised.

Register your team by clicking here.

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August 9th, 2014 · Community, Events, Theatre promotion



3 x One Act Plays served with coffee and cake!

PERFORMANCES: Evening: August 7, 8 & 9 at 8pm Matinees: August 9 & 10 at 2pm.

Ticket Prices:  Adults $24, Concession $22, Members/Uni Students $20, School Students $18. General info: Table seating. Ticket price includes coffee and cake, BYO nibbles.

Review by Lawrance Chadwick
Three plays: “The Way Out ” by Sue Sewell. “Moving Out ” by Judy Fredriksen and “Call Centre Call ” by Bruce Olive. The Theatre was set up in cabaret style tables which was a pleasant surprise. Live theatre can be almost like a happy family get together.
“The Way Out” involved a rather intense chat between sisters where a murder was slowly revealed. A grandson was being left to carry the guilt. The sisters were both guilty of different deeds creating mutual silence.
The second play was a very lively affair. “Moving Out ” bounced along being sexually provocative all the way but it turned from the exciting and frivolous to the serious stuff at an in-laws get together. Who was Cassie’s father? She had thought he had been killed in a mining accident. The truth was a bombshell.
The third play was a gem. “Call Centre Call ” – A very active computer nerd is struggling with his wiring and needs some customer support. He rings up customer service and the voice, Gabriella Salmon did a brilliant job of making all the telephonic noises and instructing Henry to push the telephone numbers to get directed to his potential help. The voice even enters the real world of chat with Henry but still answers with numbers and the usual telephone noises. It was hilarious especially if you can relate to such answering services. Bruce Olive wrote the play and Alison Lambole directed.
A great night out at Bats. Thank you to all the staff who made it work so well.
Lawrance Chadwick.

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