Author: Darryn Capes-Davis

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A sports field in Mona Park could be named in the honour of life-long Cumberland resident and Auburn Shire District Cricket Club Secretary, Michael Wood.   Mr Wood joined Auburn District Cricket Club in 1988 and played grade cricket until 2000. He has been Club Secretary (Executive Officer) for nearly 30 years.   “Michael Wood is well-known in South Granville […]

It is with great sadness that we say good bye to one of our dearest and most passionate presenter, Lloyd Smale. Lloyd lost his battle with cancer on Monday 23rd September 2019 while in hospital. Lloyd started with Alive 90.5 in 2013 as an observer and went on to be a presenter, station manager and […]

The Alive 90.5 FM Apple App has been updated. It now plays new the HQ (128k) stream and shows the programs for the current day.

Art, Christmas gifts, food, crafts, raffle and more—fun for the whole family Start your Christmas shopping early! Choose from quality paintings and mosaics as well as small handmade gifts like pottery, jewellery, Christmas tree decorations and cards Arts and crafts are hand made by adults attending the innovative creative arts program run by not-for-profit North […]

Register now for the Biketober Business Challenge Darryn Capes-Davis interviewed Greg Williams from Love To Ride and Biketober discussing the program and the Biketober Business Challenge. Listen to the interview below. The Biketober Business Challenge is a fun and friendly cycling challenge. Workplaces cycle to see which business can get the most staff to ride […]

The Hills Shire Council is urging residents to prepare their homes in advance of severe weather situations following the early start of the Bush Fire Season, declared on September 1, a month earlier than normal, and with Storm Season starting in October. The latest claims data from NRMA Insurance shows that the Hills Shire was […]

Parramatta Mission is inviting members of the community to a free screening of the documentary Half a Million Steps which makes a strong case for making problem drug use a priority health issue, nota criminal matter. Featuring local Parramatta and Western Sydney residents who struggle with problematic drug use, the documentary was produced by the […]

Darryn Capes-Davis interviewed Ian Gilbertson JP who discussed information on the role Justice of the Peace, NSW Justice Association and the association’s Cumberland branch. Listen to the interview below. Your can find out more about the NSW Justice Association at Follow on Facebook

City of Parramatta Council has revealed the concept design for the new aquatic and leisure centre, following an announcement that the State Government and Council will co-fund the project. The winning design for the aquatic centre – by Andrew Burges Architects, Grimshaw Architects, and McGregor Coxall – was chosen from a shortlist of four exceptional […]

At just twelve years old, Vansh Sharma is now a published author and eager to share his poetry with the world. Life and a Glass of Milk showcases a wide variety of poetry, including sonnets, ballads, and limericks, that will appeal to anyone interested in seeing the world through the eyes of a twelve-year-old boy. […]

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