Tarn Felton from the Dunedin Collaboration Against Family Violence presents interviews and advice from representatives of organisations working in our community to assist families affected by family violence.
Find out how you can access services to help address family violence in your life, and gather information about how you can help prevent family violence in our community.
More information about how you can help free our community from family violence can be found at:
This show is supported through a community grant from the Dunedin City Council.
Join Douglas MacMillan every Sunday afternoon at 2 for an hour of music and song from the Celtic nations and beyond. Replayed on Wednesdays at 11am
In traditional and modern styles, and in languages both native and adopted, hear the Celtic World brought right to your home through the magic of radio.
In recent years agencies engaged in providing community services have been gaining a greater profile. The scale and contribution of the not-for-profit sector to our community and country is significant.
For instance, Statistics New Zealand has released figures that confirmed there were 97,000 non-profit organisations operating in New Zealand, employing 105,000 paid employees and supported by more than 430,000 volunteers. Just under 26,000 of these are charities registered with the Charities Commission.
Keeping the community sector up-to-date about topical issues is the key purpose of Collaborative Voices. It’s a regular, informal conversation on air with someone or about something as a way of keeping people informed.
The programme is an initiative of Community Newtorks Aotearoa(CNA).
Created by Access Radio Wellington.
Presented by Ros Rice (CNA).
Say what you like, music just sounds better at 33rpm . . .
Join Steve as he trawls through his record collection to bring you the best from the late ’60s and the ’70s.
Well known and not-so-well-known songs from the likes the Beatles, the Doors, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Allman Brothers and many more, spinning from the decks of OAR FM.