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May Christmas lend a
special charm to all you
chance to do. And may the
season light your way to
hopes and dreams anew.
on emotional and mental wellness
BAROSSA GAWLER LIGHT
MENTAL HEALTH FOCUS GROUP
“Being aware of where we are within ourselves”
December 14 to December 20
(As we are a volunteer organisation, this
programme could change without notice)
WEDNESDAY: Midnight Maurie’s Music
Mix 7.00 a.m. Wednesday Morning Espresso with
Jason 9.00 a.m. Back On Track with Boomer Roy
(Past Hits on this Day & Request Show ) Midday
Mid -Week Party with Rob H. 4.00 p.m. Misc.
Mick (Music Mix) 6.30 p.m. Sonic Safari with The
Captain, (Front of Mind with Patrick) 9.30 p.m.
Maurie takes you through the nite THURSDAY:
8.00 a.m. Zelda’s Blues 10 a.m. For Buck Sake -
Brad & Nicki (Business Chat & Guests) Midday:-
Community Conversations with Paul’s Summer
Sensations :- 70’s & 80’s Music Charts 4.00 p.m.
Allan’s Allsorts (Special Guest Sharon Benjamin)
7.00 p.m. The Jazz Man with Charlie 8.30 p.m. The
Nite Stalkers with Luke & Jason (Chat & Music)
10.30 p.m. Maurie’s Music Mix through-out the nite.
FRIDAY: 7 a.m. Friday I’m in Love with Helen
(Mixed Music & Tales of Norm the Truckie) 9.00
a.m. Zofia’s Morning Music Mix-Up 1.00 p.m. Big
Mike (Hot, Blue & Righteous) 5.00 p.m. Radical
Roy (On or Off your Dial) alt. Maurie’s Music 8.00
p.m. Nostalgia Music with Charlie (Golden Oldies)
10 p.m. Maurie’s Music Mix – The Weekend Edition
SATURDAY: 9 a.m. The Gig with Hannah 11.00
a.m. The Wine Show with Dave, Ben & Guests
(Interviews & Chat) Midday Saturday Shuffle with
Zofia 4.00 p.m. The Blind Mullet with Goof (Fun
& 80’s Rock) alt. PMS with Goof & Charlie 6.00
p.m. Rocking & Rolling with Steve P. alt. PMS with
Goof & Charlie 8.00 p.m. The Night Shift with
Norm (Music & Request Show) SUNDAY: Midnight
Maurie’s Music Mix 6.00 a.m. Misc. Mick (Music
Mix) 8.30 a.m. Just Country with Norm T Midday
The Best of the Barossa with Kevin alt. Cruising
with Wally (Music Mix) 3.00 pm Maurie & Mates
(Music Mix) 6.00 p.m. Krome Plated Yabbies (Aust.
& N.Z.) alt. Paisley Underground (Rest of The World)
Garage / Psychedelic & Progressive Rock Music
with Mr. Record Man:- Peter P. 8.30 p.m. Wipe-
Out with Rob H alt. Maurie’s Music Mix (A little
bit of everything & more) MONDAY: 6.00 a.m.
Sandie’s Triple B Music Train (Music Mix) 11.00
a.m. Country Connection-The Barossa Way with
Kevin 2.00 p.m. Paul’s Summer Sensations :-50’s &
60’s Music Charts 6.00 p.m. Johnny Walker with his
Unique Collection of Vinyls (Dig the Beat) & then
The Monday Recovery with KJ from 9.00 p.m. to
Late TUESDAY: 6.00 a.m. Breakfast with Sandie
(Music Mix) 8.45 a.m. Face to Face Radio-Richard
Fox 9.00 a.m. Maurie & Mates Music Mix 3.00
p.m. Ruby’s Tuesday (Oldies) 7.00 p.m. Xtian –
Section 5 (Alternative Music) 9.00 p.m. Barossa
After Hours with Eden (Music Mix) & then Maurie’s
Music through-out the nite
Grant helps David’s farm fire fighting capabilities
Young Roseworthy farm worker, David Hayman
has used his grant from the State Government’s
Regional Community Capability Fund to help him
prepare for the fire season.
Mr Hayman is one of nine local farmers who were
successful in obtaining grants from the $470,000
state-wide Fund to help upgrade their firefighting
The grant helped Mr Hayman to purchase a 600
litre fire farm unit which he has mounted onto his
Mr Hayman said the Pinery fire last year
highlighted the need for all farmers and residents
in the area to be on alert and ready for any fire.
“Wherever I go to work on any farm, the fire
unit will be with me ready to fight a fire,” said Mr
“The Farm Fire Unit Fund made it possible for
me to purchase the unit and once I have completed
the necessary training I will seek to register the
unit with the local CFS,” he said.
Another local farmer, Mr Tony Fotheringham
who was one of the successful applicants in 2015,
used his grant to upgrade the pump on his farm fire
unit, which was also used to fight the Pinery fires.
“Farm firefighting units are always needed to take
the pressure off brigades,” said Mr Fotheringham.
Mr. Tony Piccolo, MP, with David Hayman and the new fire unit.
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