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We’re Back!!!

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After two days of radio silence RPP FM is back on the air.

Hammered like the rest of the Mornington Peninsula during last Friday’s big storm, United Energy restored power to the RPP FM transmitter site at Arthur’s seat late on Sunday night.

Peter Smedley was in the bold red Bendigo Bank studio bright and early Monday morning to announce RPPFM’s return after two days of radio silence.

Its was the second time this year that storm activity knocked the station off the air.

With these catastrophic weather events seemingly more frequent  – RPP FM is rolling out a series of back-up power solutions – ensuring that the peninsula’s genuine and only local radio station remains on air

Written by: RPP FM Helper

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