Our RPP FM breakfast show has a few new faces joining William Bond on Monday to Thursday mornings from 6–9am. Alex, Amy and Katie have been assisting William on the show for the past few weeks of the breakfast program. The ladies (known affectionately in some circles as ‘the Bond girls’) are learning the ropes […]
” Humans need to be a multi-planet species.” Elon Musk Behold the optimists –bewildering types who grin and push for a bright future in the face of insurmountable evidence to the contrary. They have no time for doubters – as though doubt is a disease, or evil, or at least a slippery slope. They loudly […]
Vote 1 for Peninsula Dog Cults Ziwi Peak Venison is a natural grain free air-dried dog food. It is fully balanced and ideal for dogs that suffer from skin problems, poor coat quality, allergies, or digestive upset. Containing 98% premium sustainably sourced New Zealand venison, organs, bones, and green mussels – Ziwi Dry food is […]
FOOTY ONSCREEN WITH RPPV After broadcasting local footy for 35 years RPP now adds the BIG ‘V’ so you can see every soaring punt, spectacular mark and grinding tackle in all their onscreen glory. We’ve invested in some high-end technology and hand-picked a very skilful team to bring you every mud-encrusted ounce of on-field action. […]
When Mt Eliza Bowling Club got in touch with their local Bendigo Bank branch to say they needed a new defib unit, the Mt Eliza branch was very happy to oblige. The new unit had been in the club room for only a few days before it had to be put to use to revive a visiting player.
When Dogs Were Dogs When I was a kid we wandered all over the neighbourhood, usually with one or two dogs loping along behind. These fine, stinky animals, which dined exclusively on a nightly can of Pal, were usually a dirty yellow, or black and were always ‘bitzers’ with a healthy serving of Labrador. They […]
A kingdom of keyboards for all One of RPP’s ‘key’ sponsors, Bernie’s Music Land is the largest piano and organ specialty store in the southern hemisphere. This independent, family business – established now for 42 years, and catering to professional, amateur and beginner musicians – has been built on a foundation of personal service, far-reaching […]
With summer almost done – RPP Reporter Tom McEncroe asks – can the Front Beach ever be restored? Portsea residents are still fighting against the loss of their prized front beach, but have won a reprieve against a controversial plan to save it. Work was due to begin on a rock seawall east of the […]