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Glen Eira — working together will feature live interviews with guests from key organisations and community groups such as Mayor Cr Margaret Esakoff, representatives from the health industry, the business world, emergency services, the arts and more ...
Tune in to 87.8FM on Monday from 2pm for Glen Eira — working together during COVID-19, your one-hour local radio guide for dealing with this crisis. The program is also repeated on Wednesdays at 1pm and Thursdays at 6pm.
This week’s program we have Boon Wurrung Traditional Owner of the land we now call the City of Glen EIra, Gheran Steel. We also have the CEO of the Torch Project Kent Morris discussing the Confined-11 exhibition moving online and how art can help rehabilitation.
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Monday 25 May
Artist Linda Wachtel and Musician David Krycer, talked about their work and how COVID-19 is affecting the world of the Arts.
Monday 18 May
Team Leader Healthy Communications at Jewish Health Cassandra Barrett and Community Awareness Worker at Headspace Elsternwick Karen Gunther discussing mental health and the responses from their respective organisations to the COVID-19 crisis.
Monday 11 May
Manager and Health Promotions at WHISE (Women's Health in the South East) Laura Ardley and Specialist in Child Protection Dr. Michelle Meyer discussed family violence and child protection.
Monday 4 May
General Manager of Hatzola Leon Landau and CEO of Connect Health & Community Amanda Murphy discussed health and wellbeing.
Monday 27 April
Glen Eira City Council CEO Rebecca McKenzie and Glen Eira Mayor Cr Margaret Esakoff discussed Council’s response to COVID-19, including our new business and community grants program, our Response and Recovery Package and our Be Kind Glen Eira campaign.