Daffodil Day – Donate to Cancer Council. Help raise funds on Daffodil Day, 28th August, 2015

Every day around 350 Australians are diagnosed with cancer.
By getting involved in Daffodil Day, you are helping raise much needed funds, to go towards vital cancer research, prevention programs and patient support for the many Australians affected by cancer.
All funds raised through Daffodil Day go towards cancer control initiatives such as world-class research, prevention programs, education and support services.
Cancer Council Australia is registered as an Income Tax Exempt Charity: Charitable Fundraising Number CFN/22859. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

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Wray Owen Funerals – Major sponsor of Triple U FM Community Radio Station 104.5 Central

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Triple U FM announcer, Jane Richter presenting her Community Access program (news and views daily and weekly from the community) photographed with Neil Hawes, presenter of programs Baby Boomers and Rockin’ through the Ages.

For almost a decade Wray Owen has been sponsoring Triple U FM and is proudly associated with this unique form of communty radio broadcasting.
Set up in 1983 the station’s radio announcers work on a voluntary basis and bring valuable input through their many varied programs. The appeal to a huge cross section of listeners is just the tip of the iceberg and the station brings out many of the Shoalhaven’s personalities in the form of announcers or those being interviewed.
Community radio is way ahead of commercial radio stations simply by way of the enormous variety on offer. Many listeners feel like they are part of the station’s ongoing conversation and regard their community announcers as close friends.
Triple U FM offer a diverse variety of programs to cater for all listener tastes. Live broadcasts are presented by volunteers who are members of the association. Their news and weather content is sourced locally and from the CBAA Satellite National News. Programs are for the most part, produced locally by the Triple U FM community or by live broadcast out of Triple U-FM’s studios.
Triple U FM also broadcasts syndicated programming from sources such as the Community Radio Satellite Network (COMRADSAT), BBC World Service, Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS) and other services. They have a fundamental program policy of encouraging the production and presentation of programs produced in the Shoalhaven with content relevant for the wider Shoalhaven community and the many thousands of short and long term visitors to the Shoalhaven’s tourist destinations.
http://www.shoalhavenfm.org.au/programs.php

 

Lone Pine Anniversary: 100 years since Anzacs fought one of their bloodiest battles

http://www.news.com.au/national/anzac-day/lone-pine-anniversary-100-years-since-the-anzacs-fought-one-of-their-bloodiest-battles/story-fnmewwpe-1227473487589

THOSE gathered at the 100th anniversary of Lone Pine late yesterday heard how the pretty surrounds were an illusion. The spilling lavender bushes and blooming roses? The neat trimmings and a chance to admire the gorgeous sea views? These are what Lone Pine has become. They get in the way of imagining the stinking boneyard that Lone Pine once was.
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Remembering them … Centenary of the August 1915 at Lone Pine. Doug Baird father of Cameron Baird VC, follows in his late son’s footsteps by visiting the headstone of Trooper Harold Rush. Picture: David Caird. Source: News Corp Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get involved in DonateLife Week 2015!

DonateLife Week is the national awareness week to promote organ and tissue donation in Australia. In 2015, DonateLife Week will be held from Sunday 2 August to Sunday 9 August.
Download the DonateLife Week Action Pack to find out how you can help raise awareness of organ and tissue donation. The Pack contains information and resources to support your involvement in DonateLife Week 2015.
Let us know what you are planning to do for DonateLife Week! Download the Event Registration Form here to register your DonateLife Week event.
DonateLife Week provides a timely reminder to all Australians of the need to discuss their donation decision with loved ones, and to ask and know their donation decisions. It’s a week dedicated to having the chat that saves lives.
We invite you to get involved and promote DonateLife Week in your workplace, your school, your community.
Family discussion and knowledge of donation decisions is vital. The majority of families say that having discussed and knowing the donation decision of their loved one made it much easier to support donation proceeding. Rarely, does a family decline donation if they knew the deceased’s wishes.