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What’s in Your Backyard?

During the COVID-19 lockdown, Junior Landcare held a competition across Australia asking kids to take photos of the flora and fauna in their backyards and describe why it was important to them. This was all part of their What’s in Your Backyard? campaign which encouraged

Meg’s Mental Health Misson

Meg Grover is a 23 year old girl on a mission to raise awareness of mental health issues. She began Meg’s Mission, a social media platform, following the tragedy of losing a classmate to suicide. Meg says “whether it be people close to us or

New Music: Joel William Harrison

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

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

The Essentials: Episode Three

Maree Keating is a pharmacist and pharmacy owner from Brisbane, Queensland. Maree talks to us about the decrease in medication supply from wholesalers, many of which are manufactured in China or India, countries that were both under intense lockdowns. The demand for the influenza vaccination

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

The Essentials: Episode One

Bree Fonti is a nurse working in Wagga Wagga, in the Riverina region of New South Wales. When the pandemic hit, hospitals across the Riverina braced themselves, ready for the respiratory disease to reach the district. This even meant up-skilling staff like Bree who usually