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The Final Verdict on that Woolie’s Cookies and Cream Mudcake.

  On today’s show Jen and Rob chatted to Jodi, the administrator of the WILDLY popular Facebook group ‘Coles and Woolies Mudcake Hacks’. When Jodi revealed that her group, dedicated to re-decorating supermarket mudcakes, has attracted upwards of 200k members we almost lost our dacks. Could Australia REALLY be that enthralled with these puppies? The answer, it

150 – 300 jobs to go as University of Wollongong feels COVID-19 impact

Community assemblies were held at Wollongong, Batemans Bay, Bega, Shoalhaven and Moss Vale campuses early this morning to protest the job cuts proposed by University of Wollongong Vice-Chancellor, Paul Wellings.   In a live webcast, Wellings presented three options to staff as a means to cope with UOW’s $90 million budget shortfall

Can you still find love in a Corona world?

Sami Lukis, journalist and host of the Romantically Challenged Podcast on PodcastOne Australia joined Wendy and Jay on 2NRS Drive on Thursday to talk about how to date post-COVID 19. Sami’s top tips were: Don’t turn a frog into a prince We may have been

How many ways to eat a Tim Tam

Make Tim Tam ice cream sandwiches if you feel like a sweet treat. This quick snack is really easy and incredibly delicious. Simply cut slices of chocolate ice cream and place it between 2 Tim Tams. If you’re not in a rush, place the ice cream

Radio Road Trip – Wagga Wagga

Surely you’ve heard of Wagga Wagga? Perhaps you’ve passed through one time or know someone from the area. Radio Road Trip’s Sam and Dan took their adventure to Wagga Wagga and discovered that the area is brimming with culture and activity as a destination that has something

The Essentials: Episode Four

Tom Pulver is a construction and timber teacher at Kildare Catholic College in Wagga Wagga, NSW. He is also on the executive team at his school, focussing on innovation. Tom was instrumental in the team that developed an online learning system for the Catholic Education

Furry Friends Bond in Lockdown

A koala and wombat have become lockdown BFFs at the Australian Reptile Park. Elsa the koala and Hope the wombat have become near-inseparable, according to park curator Hayley Shute, as Hope has been living in the koala enclosure during cleaning. Ms Shute, who hand-raised Elsa

Federal Government Announces New “HomeBuilder” Scheme

The Federal government will give eligible Australians $25,000 grants to build or substantially renovate their homes in an effort to boost the construction industry. The number of building projects for the second half of the year is currently expected to decline due to the ongoing