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Girls' Night Out
For a fabulous fashion adventure don t miss
Soroptimist International of Invercargill s
Girls Night Out at the Ascot Park Hotel on
September 27. Get together a group and
support this wonderful cause, with all
proceeds going to Hospice Southland.
Netball s Robyn Broughton and Donna Wilkins
are guest speakers and doors open at 6pm.
For tickets, see DT Caters, McKnight and
Brown, The Batch, or the Hospice Shop.
A breakfast to honour dads will be held at 9
Tay St this Saturday at 9.30am. Cornerstone
New Life Church Pastor Jo Affleck said the
breakfast was a gesture to bless the dads in
the city. Tickets are $5 from Cornerstone
Church and Barnardos.
Grateful: Radio Southland manager Darren Ludlow, with a rooftop view of Invercargill,
is thrilled about a funding increase for the station.
gets funding boost
By GORDON KILKERR
Radio Southland has gained an
unexpected and important funding
increase of $6000 from New Zealand
That funding lift, coming at a time
when economically things were very
tough, was a result of the station's
increase in what is known as 36c
programming content, according to
station manager Darren Ludlow.
"36c programming means, that as a
community radio station, Radio
Southland is expected to provide
programming for women, youth,
children, disabled and minority
groups, including ethnic and
Most of the 36c content was locally
recorded by Southlanders for South-
landers and another area of focus
was the presentation of Southland
talent, Mr Ludlow said.
The station started each hour with a
Southland song, with the goal to
have two pieces of Southland music
at the top of each hour. The station
also encouraged the development of
musical talent in the south.
"The aim is to play mostly Southland
music. There is a phenomenal
number of musos coming through
SIT and we are here to reflect that.''
Radio Southland employs three
permanent staff and relies on the
work of about 30 volunteers.
Funding meant being able to provide
a cup of tea or coffee and a place to
chat. The station wanted to preserve
that atmosphere and, if doing that
meant that they needed to hold a
cake stall, then that is what they
would do, Mr Ludlow said.
''We are paying our way, but only
Gordon Kilkerr is an SIT
MAKING THE GRADE
Alex Winslade started at New River
Primary on August 20.
Brennan Robinson started Salford
School on September 6.
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