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Due volunteer illness, 2AIRFM will not be conducting Community Interviews for the time being.
In the meantime, you can catch up with past interviews, … listed below.






Thursday 19th September, 2018 (The Community Show : 9.00-10.30am)
Heather interviewed Stuart Ward, Manager at the Coffs Harbour Red Cross Blood Service.
Stuart and Heather discussed the operation and functions of the Blood Service and how the public can assist this vital service, - by way of blood donations.




During the Community Show on September 12th, Fran interviewed Jennifer Dowd, from the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Services.
Jennifer spoke about her role with the Helicopter Service along with a brief history of the service.
Fran and Jennifer discussed the function and operations of the Service, including an overview of the helicopter missions as well as how the public can support this vital service.




On Thursday 5th September, Sherrie interviewed Greg Hackfath, the Lifeguard Services Team Leader on the Coffs Coast.
This interview covered a wide range of topics relating to water safety and enjoying a day at the beach. Subjects discussed included where to swim and beach patrols, as well as some of Greg's own experiences with the lifeguard services.




Lifeball is a team game that is similar to netball and can be played by anyone at any stage of life.
During the Community Show on 29th August, Rita interviewed Jim Phillips, a Lifeball organiser, who spoke about the basics of Lifeball, including where it started and the age range of players. Jim also talks about the benefits of participating in the game and how to become involved.




During the Community Show on 22nd August, Heather interviewed Louise Jeffs, spokesperson for the Coffs Coast Cancer Council Office.
Louise and Heather discussed a number of topics including the Transport to Treatment Program, Bowel Cancer and the Testing Kit, the upcoming ENRICHing Program and Daffodil Day.




On Thursday August 15th, during the Community Show, Ian interviewed Senior Constable Daniel Dunn the Crime Prevention Officer with the Coffs/Clarence Police District.
Daniel and Ian spoke about crime prevention, and in particular, steps that can be taken to reduce the risk of crime. A wide range of situations and topics were discussed, ranging from home security through to online scams and fraud.
Daniel also spoke about other policing endeavours, such as taking 11 Aboriginal youth (male and female school students) to Penrith Panthers rugby league club where they gained an insight into the various roles of a professional rugby league club.






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