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This year we have decided to take part in the World’s Greatest Shave. We’ve given ourselves the goal of raising $15,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation. With your help, on the 12th of March, Phil will shave his head, (Station Manager) Jim will get his hair coloured, the...
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As a listener supported station 105.3WayFM will always value its listeners – our listeners provide a significant source of our income. As a community broadcaster we cannot change our focus. We are licensed as a Christian station. If we were a commercial station, nothing would prevent us from changing our direction if financial pressure was brought to bear.
You won’t be bombarded with too many advertisements, or sponsorship announcements, on 105.3WayFM. By law you will never hear more than 5 minutes per hour. Most commercial stations play over 12 minutes of ads every hour.
Giving to 105.3WayFM makes many listeners feel involved. It’s their way of sharing their partnership with us.
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As a WayFM Partner, you can pledge a nominated set amount to 105.3WayFM. We will automatically deduct your pledge each month from your nominated account and at the end of each financial year send you a receipt for claiming on your tax return.
Paying your pledge in smaller monthly instalments means we are less of a burden on your finances. And the regular income enables us to budget more effectively.
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Launceston TAS 7250
Barratts Music is one of Tasmania’s longest running and widely respected Music retailers. Barratts Music has been selling quality Music products from our store at 104 George Street, Launceston since the 1930’s.
Barratts Music stocks a large range of music products including: Pianos & Keyboards, Guitars & Bass, Amplifiers, Drums & Percussion, Ukulele, Band & Orchestral, Pro Audio, Software, Print and other musical equipment. We also cater for all levels of experience, from the absolute beginner through to the experienced professional.
At Barratts Music, our aim is to provide an exceptional experience for our customers that go far beyond simply providing a large range of Music instruments and accessories. Most members of our staff are experienced musicians in their own right and we each specialise in particular instruments meaning we can provide you with the best advice in every area.
Launceston TAS 7250
We currently employ 10 tradesmen and 4 apprentices with extensive experience in all fields of the electrical industry from industrial, control, commercial, refrigeration, domestic, communications and security.
Within these fields we have been involved in all aspects of electrical work from installation, construction, general maintenance, breakdown maintenance and repairs, systems design and electrical drawings.
Current client base: Island Block & Paving, Cripps Nubake, Boral Concrete/Resources, James Boags breweries, Launceston State Library, Motors PTY LTD, Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees, Statewide Independant Wholesalers, Scotch Oakburn College.