Jay and Nikki kicked off their leg of the ‘Radio Road-trip’ podcast in Grafton this week. The streets of this northern NSW town are decorated with plush Jacaranda dripping with papery flowers. The sub-tropical climes make the wide, bending Clarence River a tempting prospect year-round. Their local guide, Brandon, did such a fabulous job of touring us virtually that we
Tonight is the night. The premiere of Big Brother 2020 is finally hitting our screens. The show brings together 20 individuals from all over Australia with a large scope of ages, backgrounds and personalities. They will be competing in a series of “Survivor Style” challenges
Who is funny – Jenna or Wendy? And why would comedian Tim Ferguson ever want to get involved in that lose-lose debate. Find out on the Lounge!
Joel William Harrison joined the Daylee Drive team today to speak about his brand new single Delete the Hurt which he released on Saturday. Joel is a singer/songwriter from Wagga Wagga in New South Wales. His previous releases include his debut album Thinking Over, Over
Chris Anderson is a bus driver in NSW. He’s driven busses for the past 6 years, and currently drives a route that usually takes him through Sydney’s city and northern suburbs. Through the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, public transport has been a contentious topic
As America protests over the death of Geroge Flyod, many famous celebrities have shown their support over the matter, posting on their socials, the hashtag Black Lives Matter. Rapper Machine Gun Kelly, did a cover of the famous Rage Against the Machine song Killing in
Pope Francis, has issued a warning as Coranvirus deaths have surpassed 400.00. The Pope has cautioned people in countries that have started to emerge from lockdown. He is has told them to keep listening to authorities’ rules on social distancing and Hygiene limits on movement.
If you were one of the tens of thousands of people who went to a Black Lives Matter protest over the weekend and are showing cold or flu-like symptoms, you must get tested for COVID-19. This morning the Australian Medical Association advised anyone who had
Over 1500 people gathered at Crown Street Mall in Wollongong on Sunday to protest in solidarity with Black Lives Matter rallies in the US. Signs bearing the words “Black Lives Matter”, “I Stand For You” and “Stop Deaths In Custody” could be seen held high,
Kingscliff man dies from shark attack A surfer on the north coast of NSW has died following a shark attack. Rob Pedretti, a 60-year-old Kingscliff local was attacked by a 3.5 metre great white around 10 am Sunday morning. Nearby surfers rushed to his aid