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Cindy & Daz for breakfast...the Mornington Peninsula's #1 Friday wake-up call!

Cindy & Daz wake up South East Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula every Friday with all the news, weather, traffic, trains, entertainment news, great music and a whole heap more. Keep updated with all that is happening on the Peninsula - events, activities and local business updates.

Give us a call on (03) 5975 1234 (no text line sorry) for any music requests, or just to say good morning!

Playing the songs you know!


 

Standing independently of both the Victorian Government and Victorian Police, Crime Stoppers Victoria's vision is to reduce crime and make Victoria a safer place.

In 2020, CSV celebrated 32 years of helping Victorians keep their community safe. Since starting in 1987, CSV has taken over 1,139,000 calls, helped make more than 25,700 arrests, collected information to lay more than 99,000 charges and assisted in the recovery of more than $297 million dollars’ worth of property, drugs and stolen property.

Our long-standing relationship with CSV is a valued one.

Laneway Espresso is the epitome of café culture in Dromana on the Mornington Peninsula.

From their signature croissant burger, to their award-winning coffee, Laneway Espresso knows taste and flavours and how they work together. Feel at home in the comfortable atmosphere, seated at one of the vintage tables, all whilst stealing a glimpse of the magnificent Port Phillip Bay. Meander down the light-filled laneway to discover something a little different.

Laneway Espresso bring you 'EXTRAtainment News' each Friday on the show at 7:30am.


 

Why you need mentors in your life [Nick Barnsdall - Navig8Biz] :: 24 September, 2021


 

Reet Petite - Jackie Wilson (1957 / 1986)

Originally subtitled "The Finest Girl You Ever Want to Meet") this lost classic was written by Berry Gordy, Billy Davis, and Gwen Gordy Fuqua, and made popular by Jackie Wilson. It was his first solo hit after leaving the Dominoes and, over the years, has become one of his biggest international chart successes.

The song peaked at #62 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1957 and with the success of the song, Gordy was able to fund the launch of Motown Records.

The song was reissued in 1986 following the showing of a clay animation video on the BBC Two documentary series Arena.  The reissued version proved so popular that in December 1986, almost three years after Wilson's death, the song became a #1 for four weeks (selling over 700,000 copies in the UK alone), becoming the 1986 Christmas Number 1...29 years after its chart debut!

The track peaked at #20 in Australia.


 

Robot policemen have been patrolling the streets of Singapore

There are new sheriffs in town, and they are unnerving many who live there.

The cyborgs - named Xavier - are equipped with seven cameras that allow them to detect "undesirable social behaviour" and groups who are violating the nation's strict social distancing rules.

The robocops have been met with suspicion from some of the population as they fear that Singapore is sliding into a "dystopian" future.

Local resident Frannie Teo said: "It reminds me of 'Robocop'.

During a recent patrol, one of the “Xavier” robots wove its way through a housing estate and stopped in front of a group of elderly residents watching a chess match.

“Please keep one-metre distancing, please keep to five persons per group,” a robotic voice blared out, as a camera on top of the machine trained its gaze on them.

Your move, creep!


 


 

Who's who at the...ummm...Aquarium?

Live during Melbourne lockdown.

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium may be closed right now, but its finned and feathered inhabitants are still getting up to mischief.

See what’s going down in the virtual aquarium on Sea Life’s live streams. There’s an hour of penguin shenanigans, camouflaged cuttlefish and turtle teatime. Find your zen with underwater mindfulness meditation, or just get an animated penguin to give you a compliment.

Anything goes in lockdown!

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The Great Fed Square Heist

October 16 - 29, 2021

While we’ve all been at home, Fred and Fifi, the Fed Square seagull mascots, have been very naughty. They’ve pinched 15 treasures from around Fed Square, and you can help find them and bring these feathered felons to justice.

To play, you’ll navigate around a virtual Fed Square, following clues to find the treasures. If you complete the game within the time limit, you’ll go into the draw to win a major prize pack, worth over $800, including Nintendo products, JB Hi-Fi and FedSquare dining vouchers. A weekly 'golden ticket' prize for hardcore sleuths offers up an EB Games voucher.

More here...

Chinatown Melbourne Market

Until 31 December, 2021

On Fridays and Saturdays, Chinatown Melbourne Market brings you the ultimate hawker-style outdoor laneway dining experience in the heart of Melbourne's CBD.

From dumplings to noodles, BBQ skewers to desserts, indulge yourself with the large variety of street food, merchandise and memorabilia that Melbourne’s Chinatown has to offer.