Author: Darryn Capes-Davis

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Community Wheels Inc. provide Community Transport to people over 65 in Parramatta and Cumberland LGA. You can use Community Wheels Inc. to attend upcoming Computer Classes in Northmead. The classes are free, you only need to contribute to the cost of transport which is $15 return fare. Community Wheels Inc. will be providing door-to-door pick […]

Bengali program Gaan Baksho is taking the initiative of providing relief to all affected by Bushfires. Alive 90.5 FM is joining Gann Baksho and supporting this great cause. With state emergency declared the resources are getting scarce and demands are increasing. Whilst everyone is wanting to help in some way or the other, collective effort is […]

Cumberland is set to get a city status and Cumberland Council will be renamed ‘Cumberland City Council’. It follows a recent Council meeting that supported a mayoral minute recommending Council change its name with the Australian Business Registration Service.  Mayor Steve Christou has welcomed the development. “When our Council was established in 2016, one important detail […]

The NRMA is urging parents to think twice before leaving children or pets unattended in cars, as today’s temperatures soar past 30 degrees. Despite repeated safety messages, NRMA research shows over 50 per cent of parents are still leaving their children unattended in vehicles to pay for fuel or duck into the shops for milk. […]

Cumberland Council has launched a new community safety campaign ‘Living Safely’, delivered in partnership with NSW Police. Protection against scams, home security, vehicle security and domestic and family violence are among the key priority areas addressed by the campaign. “Improving community safety and reducing crime is a Cumberland Council priority. It is paramount that our […]

City of Parramatta and Transport for NSW are introducing 40km/h speed limits on roads that have lots of pedestrians on and around them. The maximum speed limit for these roads will be 40km/h at all times. Lower travel speeds improve a driver’s ability to stop quickly and react to the unexpected. A vehicle that hits […]

Darcy Street in Parramatta’s CBD reopened to pedestrians and vehicles on Saturday 30 November as work progresses on the Parramatta Square precinct. “The reopening of Darcy Street is another step in the development of Parramatta Square, as major improvements continue to take place around the CBD,” City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Cr Bob Dwyer said. […]

As Finalists in the 2019 CBAA Awards, Dimitri and Bex from Mediterranean Mix report from their night at the Awards Ceremony. From everyone at Alive 90.5 FM, congratulations on being a finalist in these prestigious awards.

City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Cr Bob Dwyer has welcomed the release of the University of Sydney and Western Sydney University’s vision for Greater Parramatta and the Olympic Peninsula (GPOP). The report card, released today, notes the region has developed beyond expectations in recent years and presents one of the biggest growth opportunities in Australia. […]

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