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Daily Archives: June 2, 2020

Grandmother’s Buttermilk Cornbread

  Well the winter has arrived, and we all love to snuggle up with a hot cup of cocoa to our favourite Netflix programme. and there’s nothing that takes off the chill more than our favourite comfort food. some like pasta, some enjoy a scone with jam or two, some prefer a cheese board of fine wine and some grapes to wash it

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5 Podcasts Pick-Me-Ups

Friends, winter is well and truly upon us! While there’s much to be adored about the temperature dipping (cute coats, shiraz season, open fires), finishing work in the dark and working out in the cold can sometimes feel demoralising. At this time of year, your day might need a ‘lift’ outside

Radio Road Trip: Episode Two

What exactly defines a suburb? What does a suburb define? Radio Road Trip, Episode 2 takes you on a sonic journey to Barden Ridge.  Sam and Dan sat down with Jane, a Barden Ridge local. She regaled the duo with stories of town rivalries, flooded

Bathurst musician Gabbi Bolt goes viral on TikTok

Bathurst-based musician Gabbi Bolt, 23 is becoming a TikTok influencer as she sings (and puts to music) some famous moments from Aussie politics, history and media. Her “cover” song of Julie Gillard’s famous sexism and misogyny speech has been viewed over 175,000 times, and a

The Essentials: Episode Two

Sarah Cawte is a television journalist from the Riverina area in New South Wales working on the frontline for 9 News Riverina.  COVID-19 has caused a shake up in the way that regional news is being delivered, with local journos and camera operators being put on standby to assist in metro areas. This

Lachy’s Amazing Mocha Mousse!

Afternoons announcer Lachy has been getting frisky in the kitchen during lockdown, crafting this delicious dessert treat! Ingredients 100g milk chocolate 300ml cream 2 punnets of berries (any berry you like!) 1 tsp gelatine 1/4 cup instant coffee granules 1/3 cup caster sugar 1 tsp

Pensioner Waits Over Two Months for Flight Centre Refund

A disability pensioner has been left waiting more than two months for a refund from Flight Centre. Steve Wendel, a resident of Bynoe Harbour south-west of Darwin, booked flights to Bali for his 50th birthday but rang the manager of Flight Centre Palmerston to request

Nathan Turner COVID-Free, Says Queensland Health

Queensland Health has confirmed that Blackwater resident Nathan Turner, previously believed to have been the youngest Australian to die from COVID-19, did not have coronavirus at the time of his death last week. An autopsy report has shown that Mr Turner, who had complex medical

Community TV Switches Off at End of June

Community television is set to be switched off at the end of June, but some are concerned that there isn’t enough support for stations to move online as originally intended. The Federal government first informed community television stations that they would need to move to