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FM99.3 Annual Cruise

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Join us on the annual FM 99.3 Cruise, have a great time on beautiful Sydney Harbour. Come along and meet some of our presenters and fellow listeners and join the fun. There will be a live performance by those great rockers Crossfire Hurricane and Rockin’ Ron Atkins as MC and DJ will keep you dancing or sit back relax and enjoy the sites of our fabulous Sydney Harbour. The FM 99.3 Cruise is only $85 for non-subscribers and $65 for subscribers. If you book early, you will receive $5 off per person for a minimum table of 6. The FM99.3 cruise departs on Sunday the 13th March from 12.30 to 4.30 PM.Enjoy great food as part of the cost with a fully stocked cash bar available on board. Rockin’ Ron Atkins as MC and DJ will keep you entertained throughout the cruise. With many door prizes such as 2 x $100 dinner vouchers from our supporter Raffi’s. Please call 9419 6969 to book or book online here

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SYDNEY’S BEST LOVED BOOK FAIR IS ON AGAIN AT CHATSWOOD

VENUE:
The Civic Pavilion, The Concourse 409 Victoria Avenue (Opposite Westfield)
Chatswood
DATES/TIMES:
Saturday January 30th 8 am to 5 pm
Sunday January 31st 8 am to 5 pm
LifelineHarbour to Hawkesbury will be holding their 2016 Chatswood Book Fair on the weekend of January 30th&31st at The Civic Pavilion, The Concourse located at 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood. All money raised will go directly to Lifeline in assisting our community with much needed support in many critical areas.

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Cure Brain Cancer

Our Jane Arakawa speaking with Michelle Stewart spokesperson for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. Cure Brain Cancer is the official charity partner for City of Sydney’s Chinese New Year celebrations, with a cracking line up of events and activities.



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Willoughby’s Citizens of the Year announced

Tuesday 26 January 2016: The Willoughby Citizen of the Year Award has been presented to three outstanding individuals in the community, Barney Flanagan, Judy Brady and Noel Cislowski. Tracy Spicer, Barney Flanagan and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Judy Brady and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Judy Brady and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Leon Warren and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Leon Warren and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Barney Flanagan and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Barney Flanagan and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Noel-Cislowski and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

Tracy Spicer, Noel-Cislowski and Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney

The Awards were presented at Willoughby Council’s Australia Day celebrations at The Concourse in Chatswood, which included a citizenship ceremony and address by Australia Day Ambassador, Tracey Spicer. The celebrations also featured performances by the Willoughby Band, and a bush poetry reading.

The Citizen of the Year Award recognises community members who live and/or work in Willoughby, and contribute significantly to the betterment of the Willoughby community. Due to the outstanding level of nominees this year, the judging panel had an extremely difficult task choosing just one recipient, and selected three residents for the Award.

Barney Flanagan has given continuing community service for more than fifty years to the people of Willoughby. He is the current President and Welfare Officer of the Chatswood RSL Sub-branch and has been custodian of the Memorial Garden in Chatswood for the past nine years. He has served on the Chatswood/Willoughby Dawn Service Committee since 1975 and is the current chairman of the committee. Barney’s honorary work since becoming a member of the Chatswood Bowling Club as the Men’s Bowling Club President and Club Limited Board Member and Company Secretary has contributed to the Club’s success over the last ten years.

Judy Brady has lived all her life in the Willoughby area. She has contributed to the local community from a young age, when her father was involved in developing the Northbridge area. Judy has been an active, and now life member of the Northbridge Golf Club, winning many awards, and serving as Club Captain. She played a large part in setting up community radio station, 2NSB-FM, now Northside Radio, and broadcasts her own golf program each Saturday. Judy has also spent 53 years volunteering for Meals on Wheels.

Noel Cislowski has been actively involved in the Willoughby community for the past 35 years. Noel has provided technical advice in planning of local performance spaces, been a keen advocate for The Concourse, and provided hours of entertainment for senior citizens across the North Shore. He has been involved in the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra for more than 30 years as Chairman and Deputy Chairman. Noel has also been an active Rotarian for 20 years and has been recognised through several awards for his service to the Rotary Club of Chatswood.

The Australia Day celebrations also honoured Young Citizen of the Year Award – Leon Warren. Leon has been active in the Willoughby community for several years. In 2014 he was School Captain of St Pius X College Chatswood and he attended the United Nations NSW State Conference and was an integral member of the Edmund Rice Committee – the school social justice group. He achieved First in State in the HSC for Chinese beginners, and since then has been sharing his love of the language with others, assisting members of the community with cross-cultural communication. He has also worked as a volunteer at the MOSAIC Centre, assisting in the formation of a beginner Mandarin course, created the teaching resources, and has taught the course weekly for the past nine months. He is a keen sportsman, a stellar student, and a great contributor to the Willoughby community.

Sharon Thompson is Back!

With the retirement of the the one and only Phil Haldeman, Chris Fletcher asked if Sharon would join him in a new show called “Two for the Road” and Sharon said, Yes!

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Willoughby Council Young Citizen of the Year Awards & Australia day celebrations

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North Sydney Council Australia Day Event at the Independent Theatre

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Councillor Angelo Rozos at our studios in Chatswood on Australia Day with The Gentleman’s Club

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The Honourable Gentleman Phil Haldeman Retires

PHIL HALDEMAN HAS HUNG UP HIS HEADPHONES. Phil did his last EVER radio program. For those who Tuned in you were part of Sydney radio history.

1938 Was a good year for Jazz. Born 17th February Phil Haldeman says, Goodbye.

1938 Was a good year for Jazz. Born 17th February Phil Haldeman says, Goodbye.

Phil with his long time friend and co host of “Keeping the Jazz Alive” Chris (Fletch) Fletcher.

Mayor Gail Christmas Function

Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney with the honourable member for Davidson Jonathan O'Dea

Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney with the honourable member for Davidson Jonathan O’Dea

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Annual General Meeting

Some of Northside Radio's Board Members from the left. Malcolm Moore, Anneke Barnes, Ramon Carpo Richard Bell (Chair) Tony Pang (Secretary) Andrew Reynolds.

Some of Northside Radio’s Board Members from the left. Malcolm Moore, Anneke Barnes, Ramon Carpo Richard Bell (Chair) Tony Pang (Secretary) Andrew Reynolds.

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