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Malcolm Mackerras, Westconnex update, new Life Line support groups

Tonight’s audio Tonight on Radioactive, we were speaking with legendary psephologist Malcolm Mackerras for an update on how he sees Saturday’s election playing out. There was a packed public meeting concerning West Connext the other night. Gavin Gatenby from No … Continue reading

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Hunters Hill Art Prize, Squabbalogic – Mystery Musical #3, Hunters Hill Art Gallery, Rally at Hunters Hill

Click here to listen to today’s stories Hunters Hill Art Prize and Exhibition Hunters Hill Art Prize and Exhibition is coming up in May and the entry for submissions is open now. Adrian Black, events coordinator at the Hunters Hill … Continue reading

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RADIOACTIVE FRIDAY EDITION It’s new years! HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU! What’s on the show today? Were starting the year in a bang! after the fireworks and replaying our chat on Amalgamations. We speak with both the Minister Paul Toole … Continue reading

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Yvonne Kenny, NZ Trio, Gambling Help, US politics

On today’s show: Chris speaks to legendary soprano Yvonne Kenny ahead of her performance with pianist Simon Tedeschi at Riverside Theatre on Sunday, August 30. More info here. More from Riverside! Chris speaks to violinist Justine Cormack from modern classical … Continue reading

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Ryde Eisteddfod, Merrily we roll along at Riverside, more Valerie

Today on Radio Active Friday edition on 2RRR.88.5FM Andrew speaks to Dawn Nettheim and Edna Wilde about this year’s Ryde Eisteddfod program from. More information here. Amie speaks to director Craig Stewart about Lyric Ensemble’s production of Merrily We Roll … Continue reading

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Mission Armenia, Run for refugees, US Presidential election

First up, Andrew speaks to North Ryde resident Sassoon Grigorian about his plan to trek up Mt Ararat in Turkey. He’s raising funds for Mission Armenia to help provide food and supplies to Armenians in the Middle East. To donate, click here. Amie speaks … Continue reading

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Ryde and Hunters Hill Mayors and the council mergers

The local government amalgamations that have been proposed by the New South Wales government are a hot topic at the moment with councils bitterly opposed. To find out more, we asked Paul Toole, the local government minister to give us an outline of … Continue reading

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