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Fabulous family fun at Festival on the Green
This year’s Festival on the Green at St Ives will come alive with Nickelodeon’s Paw Patrol and other great family entertainment on Sunday 5 May.
The Festival is at the Village Green, Memorial Avenue in St Ives between 10am and 4pm on the day.
Nickelodeon’s children’s show Paw Patrol will be performing live shows on the main stage at 11am and 1.30pm, with young fans also getting to meet their favourite characters Chas & Marshall at a meet and greet opportunity at midday.
The event will be jam-packed with performances from local schools and community groups, as well as loads of free activities including laser tag, rock climbing, animal farm, circus workshops and a 9D cinema.

Young festival goers can meet native wildlife with the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden rangers, and face painting and amusement rides are also available throughout the day.
There’s also a range of food stalls, community and market stalls to wander through and browse.
Please note there is limited street parking at the event. Festival goers are encouraged to take advantage of the free shuttle bus from Gordon Station to and from the event.

Festival on the Green is proudly presented by Ku-ring-gai Council with event partner Savills, event supporters YMCA, Just Better Care and Australian Amusements and media partners Vision China Times, North Shore Mums and North Shore Times.
For more information visit www.kmc.nsw.gov.au/festival or call  9424 0000. 

The Lindfield Rotary Fun Run 2019
The 24th running of this very popular community event

Paul Fletcher, the Member for Bradfield and Johnathan O’Dea Member for Davidson

talking with Northside Team

From left: Simon, Harry, Paul, Tony, Chris

Johnathan O’Dea Member for Davidson with Northside Chair Richard Bell (Above)

Paul Fletcher, the Member for Bradfield with Northside Chair Richard Bell (Above)


 

Northsideradio acknowledges the tremendous support given to Community Radio by the

Community Broadcasting Foundation Ltd. 

We thank you for all your hard work.

Mayor Gail-Premier Gladys Berejiklian.

WIlloughby Council Australia Day Awards 2019

Mayor Gail with Australia Day ambassador Dale Cleaver, CEO of Guide Dogs Australia and Gladys Berejiklian. Audio below


 

Price’s Pharmacy 60th Anniversary – West Pymble

Ted Price and the Northside team broadcasting live from Prices Pharmacy

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Help keep your favourite Community Radio Station on air.
We have overspent our technical budget which needed to be done so as to bring you the crystal clear sound we are currently transmitting.
The work isn’t finished, so we ask that you not wait for our yearly subscriber drive,
subscribe now by clicking on the subscribe button. Or you can donate $5 $10 $20 $50 or more and help us out, if you donate we will give you a shout out on are as a thank you if you wish, simply by adding a comment to subscription.


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Support your community Radio Station by Sponsoring with us Background
FM99.3 was established over 30 years ago as a non-profit organisation with the objective of serving the North Shore community. We have an individual sound that mixes a variety of genres to give a highly listenable, relevant and compelling alternative to commercial radio. Our aim is to become the radio station of choice for those who live, work and travel on Sydney’s North Shore. Our listener demographics are enviable: professional, white collar, 35-64 years of age with an average household income of 100K or higher*. FM99.3 is in the unique position of delivering community oriented benefits for our business sponsors who are seeking to connect with their customers on the North Shore. *McNair Research 2010, FM99.3 Research 2011

Our listener demographics are enviable: professional, white collar, 39-64 years of age with an average household income of 150K or higher. – McNair Research
Designed for Sponsors…Appealing to Listeners

We offer a consistent sound so that our listeners know what to expect. We play great music, we feature informative interviews and we keep our listeners up to date with all the latest traffic and travel news. We become our listener’s trusted friend – someone to share their day with. We are fussy about our program presenters too. We have proved that community radio can sound equally as professional as commercial radio stations in terms of the quality of our programs and broadcasts. What’s our secret? Our presenters and all of our volunteers are truly passionate about what they do and the benefit we bring to the community. Along with our very popular breakfast and drive shows, we keep our listeners with us through the day with entertaining morning and afternoon programs. For those who prefer something more specific, North Shore’s FM99.3 also broadcasts a variety of shows after peak hours that appeal to special interest groups as well as the wider FM99.3 audience. We are active in keeping our listeners and business informed of station news with newsletters and outside broadcasts. Our website is another way to communicate with our community and is used for access to live streaming, sales promotions and contact details for our business sponsors.

Frequently Asked Questions

How will my business stand out on FM99.3?

Our licence permits a maximum of only 5 minutes of announcements per hour. There is no clutter. You will not find 10 ads in a row. You will be heard by listeners that believe in their community and believe in supporting local business. Their very nature means FM99.3 listeners are pre-disposed to help to keep you in business.
How much does it cost?
Because we are volunteer-based, our operational costs are significantly lower. This translates to dramatic savings and sensible decision making for our sponsors who are looking for a long-term commitment to their business, their brand, their customers and the community that supports them. Rates start at just $20.
It’s a big step…Who can I talk to?
We don’t bite. We recognise that any business that supports us, needs our support in return. We are here for the long-term and want you to be. Just give our station manager a call on 9419 6969, or email manager@fm993.com.au.

You can support us in a number of ways:

  • Financially support us by becoming a subscriber
  • Promote your business by taking up a sponsorship deal
  • Be an on-air or off-air volunteer
  • Come to one our events
  • Simply listen to the station.

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Two Jon’s Interview Graham Bond on the passing of Rory O’Donoghue.

Grahame Bond was introduced to a teenage musician called Rory O’Donoghue. Despite his age, O’Donoghue was already something of a veteran of the stage. Bond knew at once that he had found a collaborator unlike any other.

 

Northside Radio Chairman Richard Bell Reports with Matt Kean MP. Innovation and Regulation Minister discussing enquiry into the Retirement Village Sector.

Richard Bell Reports with Johnathan O’dea Member for Davidson New ‘Knighthood’ Heralds Medieval Faire and all things Davidson.

The Board of Northside Radio, together with our fabulous volunteers, coordinators, and listeners alike are delighted to announce the arrival of our new aerial. It is now operational!

 THANK YOU!

It will boost our reception and more importantly the opportunities to connect with the community and bring it great programming.

It is a long sought opportunity to thank our supporters for their faith and unshakeable confidence. It was a long term priority for the board.

There were obstacles along the way. They are now historical footnotes because we intend to focus on connecting with our local community and providing more opportunities for participation, support for emerging artists, broadcast opportunities and unique content.

Thanks are due to many people contributing in different ways from engineering or as board members supporters coordinators or meeting stakeholders we deal with and other ways.

It is tempting to name a few people. That’s not possible here and unfair to many who participated over a long period.

But it would be remiss not to acknowledge critical support from Willoughby Council. We will show that its faith and confidence in our capacity to serve our community was well placed.  We use the opportunity to serve the community even better.

I am delighted the first supportive congratulations I received was from Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney with unquestioned support of fellow councillors over time underpinned by a highly effective Council team.

Let’s also pause and acknowledge critical early support from former Mayor, the late Pat Reilly, himself a former presenter and contributor at Northside Radio.

This is a great milestone.  But it is no resting point. Our focus now is to honour those who helped and those who intend to do so by leveraging a major and successful project to connect with our local community even more.

 It could not have been done without you.

Thanks for listening

Richard Bell

Chair Northside Radio

Background

FM99.3 was established 35 years ago as a non-profit organisation with the objective of serving the North Shore community. We have an individual sound that mixes a variety of genres to give a highly listenable, relevant and compelling alternative to commercial radio. Our aim is to become the radio station of choice for those who live, work and travel on Sydney’s North Shore. Our listener demographics are enviable: professional, white collar, 35-64 years of age with an average household income of 100K or higher*. FM99.3 is in the unique position of delivering community-oriented benefits for our business sponsors who are seeking to connect with their customers on the North Shore. *McNair Research 2010, FM99.3 Research 2006

Our listener demographics are enviable: professional, white collar, 35-64 years of age with an average household income of 150K or higher. – McNair Research

Designed for Sponsors…Appealing to Listeners

We offer a consistent sound so that our listeners know what to expect. We play great music, we feature informative interviews and we keep our listeners up to date with all the lastest traffic and travel news. We become our listener’s trusted friend – someone to share their day with. We are fussy about our program presenters too. We have proved that community radio can sound equally as professional as commercial radio stations in terms of the quality of our progams and broadcasts. What’s our secret? Our presenters and all of our volunteers are truly passionate about what they do and the benefit we bring to the community. Along with our very popular breakfast and drive shows, we keep our listeners with us through the day with entertaining morning and afternoon programs. For those who prefer something more specific, North Shore’s FM99.3 also broadcasts a variety of shows after peak hours that appeal to special interest groups as well as the wider FM99.3 audience. We are active in keeping our listeners and business informed of station news with newsletters and outside broadcasts. Our website is another way to communicate with our community and is used for access to live streaming, sales promotions and contact details for our business sponsors.

Frequently Asked Questions

How will my business stand out on FM99.3?

Our license permits a maximum of only 5 minutes of announcements per hour. There is no clutter. You will not find 10 ads in a row. You will be heard by listeners that believe in their community and believe in supporting local business. Their very nature means FM99.3 listeners are pre-disposed to help to keep you in business.

How much does it cost?

Because we are volunteer-based, our operational costs are significantly lower. This translates to dramatic savings and sensible decision making for our sponsors who are looking for a long-term commitment to their business, their brand, their customers and the community that supports them.

It sounds easy … Who can I talk to?

We don’t bite. We recognise that any business that supports us, needs our support in return. We are here for the long-term and want you to be. Just give our station manager a call on 9419 6969, or email manager@northsideradio.com.au

See a list of our current sponsors.

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