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As part of 2AIRFM’s commitment to community involvement in our station, we will continue to broadcast community interviews during 2020.
During the coming year, Community Interviews will continue to feature live studio-based interviews; as well as a wide range of pre-recorded interviews, including an exciting news series about all things gardening, … produced in conjunction with the Coffs Harbour Botanic Garden.
Community interviews will recommence late January / early February 2020.








During Creative Corner on Tuesday 10th December, Olga interviewed Lyn and Bernice from the Vallarinas.
(The Vallarinas are an entertainment group originating at the Valla Beach Resort in 1997.)
Lyn and Bernice spoke about the background and history of the Vallarinas, - as well as their activities and performances, - along with information about joining the group.






On Thursday 28th November, Rita interviewed Gurmesh Singh, the sitting member of the Coffs Harbour Electorate, ... Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly.
Gurmesh spoke about his family background including their immigration to Australia in the late 1800's, through to the current day. The interview also sheds light on the early settlement of Woolgoolga and the development of the fruit and berry industry on the north coast.
Rounding off the interview Gurmesh talks about his early working days and his move into political life.




On Thursday 21st November during the Community Show, Fran interviewed Beth Spriggs, the Club Coach of the Titivators Urunga Dragon Boat Club.
Beth and Fran discussed the background and history of the club, including its activities and events. Beth also spoke about the benefits and rewards of dragon boat paddling.




(Thursday 14th November) In a pre-recorded interview, Rita interviews Tony Simmons – the manager of the iconic and long-running Jack Simmons Mensland store, (Coffs Harbour).
Tony provides a retrospective view of Coffs Harbour from the 1950s through to the current day, - along with his thoughts about events and changes occurring during that time.




On Thursday 31st October, Rita interviewed Shirley Rose from the Ulysses Club (Coffs Coast Branch).
Shirley spoke about the history and background of the club, as well as her experiences with the club. Shirley also talked about the club events and activities, along with the club’s involvement in local community charities.




During the Community Show on Thursday 24th October, Fran interviewed Dennis Martin, the Manager of the Coffs Harbour Airport.
Dennis spoke about his experiences during his 35 years at the airport and the development of the airport and its facilities during that time. Dennis also talked about the future direction of the airport including the Airport Enterprise Park development and the feasibility of leasing the airport.




On Thursday 17th October, Rita interviewed Mary and Owen from the Coffs Seniors Computer Club.
The Coffs Seniors Computer Club meets on Mondays at Cavanbah Centre, where tuition is provided by volunteers on a wide range of computing topics.
Mary spoke about the club and provided an overview of its activities, both technical and social. Owen, a technical tutor with the club, spoke about how the club can help seniors with their computers, tablets and mobile phones.




Thursday 17th October Rita interviewed Jane Walsh, the North Coast Director of BreastScreen NSW.
This October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and during the interview Jane and Rita discussed breast cancer and its impact on those affected by the disease in our community. Jane also spoke about the breast screen program and its benefits, as well as how to take part in it.






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