Catch up with Chris from Auto Comfort in Tullamarine
C31 Series - Octane
Catch up with Steve Kent from No Rush Panels in Campbellfield
Sharing the stories of the local businesses that make our Australian automotive industry world-class, Octane is a brand new series ready to show you exactly what happens when you take your pride and joy in for service.
This episode features No Rush Panels, a body-shop based out of Campbellfield, Victoria.
No Rush Panels is a family business with over 30 years combined experience. Steve has a passion for restoring cars to immaculate condition.
Being a perfectionist, Steve refuses to rush his work, hence the company name "No Rush Panels".
Steve has learnt various techniques with his extensive experience in the industry. He prefers the rotisserie method for it's incredible effetiveness.
The business is continually expanding with the help of Steve's son Josh who is also fully qualified.
Steve is very proud and pleased to be handing down his huge wealth of knowledge and skills to his son and keeping No Rush Panels in the family for many years to come.
Live from the Rochester Hotel in Fitzroy, join the festivities of the 2018 Reclink Community Cup.
Broadcast live from the Rochester Hotel and featuring new and returning field-personalities, this is one not to miss!
You can catch our coverage of previous Reclink Community Cups here.
Explore the diverse and dynamic 3CR community in the latest episode of Broadcast Radio Australia.
Sharing the stories of our national community broadcasting family, Broadcast Radio Australia is a brand new Channel 31 series that showcases the diversity that exists within Australia's community radio sector.
In this episode, we explore Melbourne's popular AM station 3CR, sitting at 855 on the AM dial.
3CR is a dynamic, community-hub that has produced radio since 1976. Currently they have over 400 volunteers, 2 full-time staff members and 4 part-time staff members. 3CR broadcasters present around 125 radio programs every week, with 20 community language shows in 13 different languages, and 10 hours of Indigenous programming.
The radio station was established in 1976 to provide a voice for those denied access to the mass media, particularly the working class, women, Indigenous people and the many community groups and community issues discriminated against in and by the mass media. Many 3CR broadcasters are community activists and therefore uniquely placed to present alternative current affairs, news and views.
When major social justice events are happening in Melbourne (such as strikes, rallies and demonstrations), 3CR is usually the first place socially justice minded people turn to.