Bushfire Stories The Street & ANU Presents Bushfire Stories The Collective Power of Community Wellspring: Enquiry and ExchangeThursday 16 May, 5:30pm Tickets: Free, Bookings Essential The Australian Black Summer of 2019-2020 saw devastation on an unimaginable scale and gave rise to stories of intense trauma and loss, but also of communities rallying together to overcome […]

      Federal Member for Eden-Monaro, Kristy McBain, alongside Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council Mayor, Kenrick Winchester – will tomorrow announce $3 million from the Albanese Labor Government towards a precinct renewal in the heart of Braidwood, boosting the town’s liveability and visitor economy. The project will support the construction of a new off-street car park […]

Liz Landray from the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) dropped in to meet Presenters of Braidwood FM during a recent visit to Canberra. Each year the CBF receives funding from the Federal Government to redistribute in grants to community Media organisations. The CBF has granted more than $18.7 Million to support 173 organisations across Australia this […]

Gavin Celebrates 20 Years on Braidwood FM 4/1/2023, and to make the occasion was presented with a  gift for his service to community radio.

  OB Recoding now available here ST Bedes OB    

Music / “Elgar and Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings”, Canberra Strings. At All Saints Anglican Church, Ainslie, September 17. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY. “SERENADE for Strings” by Tchaikovsky is one of the most dramatic and majestic works in all classical music for a string ensemble. The players in Canberra Strings for this concert were Barbara Jane Gilby, […]

What an incredible day at Nerriga Hotel! We can’t thank everyone enough for supporting our Camp Oven Cook Off fundraiser for Black Dog Institute. We are thrilled to announce how much money our small community has managed to raise but first up we ought to thank so many people! Don’t scroll down, take the time […]

  Filmmaker Clare Young was working in her studio in Braidwood when the Black Summer Bushfires arrived nearby. It was 2019 and Australia was just a few months shy of a global pandemic yet already grappling with a life-altering event. Like everyone affected by the Black Summer fires, Clare struggled to grapple with this terrifying […]

We saw the return of the Majors Creek Festival and took our OB van out to Play music and Interview Performers and anyone who would talk to us.

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