Podcast

About Regional, podcast 14 – your solar power questions answered
Environment
Long before Donald Trump turned America’s back on the Paris Agreement, Australian families decided that investing in solar energy for their homes and businesses made sense, in fact Australia has the highest take-up rate in the world. The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage is keen to build on that and have just been in the region, dropping in on towns where...
About Regional, podcast 13 – Reusable water bottles for every high school student
Environment
This week, one man takes on the garbage building in our oceans… Every high school student in the Bega Valley will soon have a reusable drink bottle, cutting the need for single use, light weight, disposable plastic water bottles. Over the last couple of months’ students at Eden Marine High School, and Lumen Christi Catholic College at Pambula have received...
Podcast 12 – Eden’s Wanderer Replica Project
Arts & Culture
Today the story of a bunch of people with history and salt water in their veins, people making progress on ambitious plans to build a replica of an 1830’s luxury sailing ship. Scottish-born entrepreneur, Ben Boyd sailed the 25 metre Wanderer into Sydney in July 1842, he soon set sail for Twofold Bay at Eden on the NSW Far South...
About Regional, Podcast 11 – The Great Southern Forest
Arts & Culture
The National Folk Festival in Canberra is underway and there is somewhat a South East take over happening with a bunch of artists from this side of the mountain performing. People like Heath Cullen, Kate Burke, Mike Martin, Sam Martin, Stonewave Taiko and the Djaadjawan Dancers are all taking centre stage. In the week’s leading up to the National, South...
About Regional, a new place for the stories of South East NSW, Podcast 10
Health & Wellbeing
The Gang Gang Cockatoos have arrived in the bush around my place, a sure sign autumn is here. Mind you I was in Cooma this week and the trees in Centennial Park aren’t showing any signs of it. Given that we are about to tick over into April, those leaves will soon be changing. Autumn is a theme that runs...
About Regional, a new place for the stories of South East NSW. Podcast 9
Arts & Culture
My partners in this week’s podcast are Light to Light Camps – pristine beaches, great food, hot showers and comfy beds. This is your chance to explore the Wilderness Coast in style. Thanks to Jen, Arthur, and Jake for your support. In this program an interview that was a real surprise to me. I stuck a microphone in front of Andrew Weglarz...
About Regional – a new place for the stories of South East NSW. Podcast 8
News
About Regional – the new place for the stories of South East NSW. In episode 8… Show season in South East NSW is coming to an end with Cooma (March 11) and Bemboka Show (March 12) this weekend,  and Bombala Show on March 18. Bega Show is the biggest in the region, 3 days and 3 nights in the middle of February....
About Regional – the podcast, episode seven, February 7 2017
News
About Regional – a new place for the stories of South East NSW, in episode 7… * Local Government across NSW is in limbo again as Gladys Berejiklian takes over from Mike Baird as Premier. A sense that they might be in trouble at the next election has the new look Government reviewing and reconsidering some its past decisions. Council...
About Regional – the podcast, episode six, January 19 2017
Arts & Culture
About Regional, the podcast, January 19 2017. In episode six... The TV show River Cottage Australia has been mothballed, host Paul West gives us the inside story and speaks of his plans for the future. Read more HERE. Author Deb Hunt shares her amazing love story with a pilot from the Royal Flying Doctor Service, a man given up for...
About Regional – the podcast, episode five, December 14 2016
Arts & Culture
About Regional - the podcast, episode five, December 14 2016 About Regional – a new place for the people and stories of South East NSW. The last program for 2016: *The Funhouse crowdfunding campaign succeeds; Bega gets a youth and community centre in 2017! Read more HERE. *Dr Matthew Nott, the founder of Clean Energy for Eternity says households in the...
About Regional – the podcast, episode 4, November 23 2016
Arts & Culture
About Regional - the podcast, episode 4, November 23 2016 There’s a seaside feel to episode 4... Recorded at Guerilla Bay, just south of Batemans Bay, the day and the water were warm, it’s starting to feel like summer holiday time! In this program: *Tathra’s Indi Wood chats to us from Fiji about his aid work at a Lautoka radio...
About Regional – the podcast, episode three, November 6 2016
Arts & Culture
About Regional - the podcast, episode 3, November 6 2016 Thanks for clicking on, in this week’s program: A lesson in youth engagement from Cayce Hill from the Funhouse in Bega and a pitch for their Pozible campaign. They are chasing a year’s rent to expand on their dynamic program in 2017. Read more here. A snap from a literary lunch...
About Regional – the podcast, episode two, October 18 2016
News
About Regional - the podcast, episode two, October 18 2016 About Regional strives to capture the colour, wisdom, and issues of South East NSW, in episode two of the podcast... * Long time Eurobodalla Council watcher Keith Dance wants to change the way Local Government is elected in NSW. Having served two terms on Council and contested every election between...
About Regional podcast – episode 1, October 4 2016
Podcast
Episode one was recorded on the banks of Candelo Creek, south-west of Bega but takes in the full geography of South East NSW. First, the tragic story of 10-year-old Noa Jessop. When Noa was hit by a car and died at the gate to his family’s farm, a heavy sadness fell across the Bega Valley community. Tears have been a...
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