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The North Shore Decides!


Student Forum Call-Out


Background


Northside 99.3 is a community radio station based in Chatswood that has been broadcasting local news, events and current affairs to the Lower North Shore region
for over 30 years. Over this time Northside has played an important community building
role, reflected in part by our regular guests, which include mayors, council members, local creatives and leaders.
Northside Radio Community aims to provide quality content that reflects the
preferences of our audience, which in recent years has seen a growth in the youth
sector. In response to this, Northside is looking to expand our broadcasting
programme to include more segments which speak directly to issues affecting young
people, and we want to achieve this in collaboration with local student communities

The Student Forum


As the North Shore and Manly by-election approaches, we propose to hold a Student
Forum to discuss key issues that affect young people especially and the community
at large. We will be creating a panel of local student representatives and candidates
to engage in a “Q&A” style conversation about what is important for our area.
The discussion will be broadcast live (with republished segments) from the Northside
studio located at 112 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood. The working title for the forum is
“Captains and Candidates: The North Shore Decides”1.
As the North Shore and Manly by-election approaches, we propose to hold a Student
Forum to discuss key issues that affect young people especially and the community
at large. We will be creating a panel of local student representatives and candidates
to engage in a “Q&A” style conversation about what is important for our area.
The discussion will be broadcast live (with republished segments) from the Northside
studio located at 112 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood. The working title for the forum is
“Captains and Candidates: The North Shore Decides”

Candidate Call Out


Northside is putting out a call for students interested in joining our Panel to have the
opportunity to talk directly with members and candidates in their local area. This
panel will be a great occasion for student leaders, especially School Captains or
Prefects, with specific areas of interest (such as environment, social justice,
employment, health and more) to put forward their ideas and have their concerns
answered by government representatives.
The role would require students to prepare questions in advance and to attend the
Chatswood studio for approximately 90 minutes to record and broadcast the forum
(date and time TBA). The recording will be broadcast live and will be made available
in podcast form following the discussion. The content will need to comply with our
broadcast obligations.

Expressions of interest must be in by Tuesday 28th March.


Click here to To Apply

Ministers Honour Local Woman Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Member for Davidson, Jonathan O’Dea has congratulated Willoughby Councillor, Judith Rutherford on receiving a prestigious Ministerial Award in honour of her outstanding service to the community.

Councillor Rutherford received the Special Achievement Award during the presentation of the 2017 Ministers’ Awards for Women in Local Government after being nominated for a Ministers’ award by Mr O’Dea.

The Davidson MP said, “Judith provides an ongoing positive role model for women aspiring leadership roles, especially in Local Government as well as in the arts and music sectors.

“Her dedication to community service is inspirational and her award is well deserved,” Mr O’Dea said.

Councillor Rutherford has served on Willoughby Council for more than 20 years, including as Deputy Mayor, and is currently the Chair of Willoughby City Council’s Cultural Events Committee and Co-Chair of the Council’s Multi-cultural Committee.

She is Deputy Chair of the Australian Institute of Asian Culture & Visual Arts; was National President of the Asian Arts Society of Australia (2001-10); founded one of the earliest Neighbourhood Watch Groups in Castle Cove; reactivated the Castle Cove Progress Association; was a founding member of the Federation of Willoughby Progress Associations and a founding director of Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Australia.

Judith was awarded a Community Service Award by the NSW Premier in 2000 and is a Member of the Order of Australia. In 2007 she also received a Distinguished Service Award from the Powerhouse Museum.

“I congratulate Judith Rutherford on her inspirational community service, particularly to women. The Ministers’ Special Achievement Award is well deserved,” Mr O’Dea said.

“I also congratulate Ku-ring-gai Mayor, Jennifer Anderson, a former Davidson Local Woman of the Year, on taking out the elected Representative – Metropolitan Council Award. Her many achievements, include the establishment of the Hornsby-Ku-ring-gai Women’s Shelter and her involvement in developing the annual St Ives Medieval Faire.”

The awards presentation was held at NSW Parliament House and attended by the Minister for Local Government, Gabrielle Upton and the Minister for Women, Tanya Davies.

For further comment, please contact Jonathan O’Dea on 0418 241 500

Harry Ledowsky with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian


Exhibition opening at Art Space Concourse, Chatswood, December 7.

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Our Richard Bell speaking with Marcelle to discuss the exhibition opening at Art Space Concourse December 7.

“Thanks for joining Northside Radio FM99.3 the northshore’s fm99.3 to discuss your exhibition opening at Art Space Concourse December 7.
As a major local multicultural event launch by Multiculturalism Minister John Ajaka, Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian his Excellency Dr Izzat Abdulhadi Ambassador of Palestine and artist Pamela Griffith, it was great to review. On behalf of listeners, thanks as well for your encouragement to pursue their passions in local artistic cultural and community participation.” Richard Bell – Chair of Northside Radio

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  1. Follow signs for Harbour Bridge and merge onto Bradfield Highway
  2. Keep right to stay on Bradfield Hwy, follow signs for Metroad 1
  3. Continue onto Warringah Freeway/M1
  4. Take exit Willoughby Road towards Roseville
  5. Merge onto Willoughby Rd
  6. Turn left onto Mowbray Rd
  7. Take the 1st right onto Penshurst St
  8. Turn left onto Victoria Ave. Destination will be on the left.