2NURFM is a Community radio station.
Outside broadcasts give the community a chance to meet up with our presenters, and you can sometimes see pictures of these events in our Gallery.
With the 2NURFM A-League tipping competition you can follow the beautiful game with us!
The first round ran October 10th to 12th, but if you join the competition late, you'll be awarded the average tipping score for the rounds you've missed, so you can still climb the ladder! During the season, you'll hear updates on Breakfast and Drive.
2NURFM's Pet Rescue - Sweet Sally
Sally is a 12 month old Staghound x. She is super sweet and so much fun. During her time in care, Sally has been learning basic training and can sit, shake and waits patiently for her food. She also walks very well on her leash and is very social. She wouldn't be suitable in a home where she will be left alone or isolated in the yard as she loves human attention and is happiest being kissed and cuddled by both adults and children. Sally would be ideal for a family with children who will take her to the park or the beach as she just loves being with them and is great with them.
She is also a fan of doggy company and happily plays with other dogs, especially the ones with as much energy as her. She would also be ideal for a jogger, so she can join you on a run. Given her height and springy legs, Sally will need at least 6 foot colorbond fences to ensure she is safe and secure. Sally's adoption fee is $300 and she is desexed, vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms, microchipped and lifetime registered. For more information or to meet your new best friend Sally, contact Anita on 0400 107 603 or visit dogrescuenewcastle.com.au<
mEYE World Photographic Competition
Macular Disease Foundation Australia is calling for entries into the fifth annual mEYE World Photographic Competition and is asking people to submit a photograph that captures the theme See My World.
Dr Kerry Boytell, won the Grand Finalist and Healthcare Category prize in 2014 with an awe-inspiring photo of a snow leopard in the wild. "Our sight is precious and being able to see nature in its glory is indeed wonderful" Dr Boytell said.
To find out more visit www.mdfoundation.com.au