Jennifer Chapman | 26th November 2009
IF YOU'VE been hanging out to tune into 4FCR for the past four months you
might not have to wait too much longer.
Fraser Coast Community Radio is hoping to hear by the end of the week
whether it has been successful in gaining a $10,000 grant to help the
station get back on its feet.
The volunteer radio group is still recouping its losses after a fire tore
through its Hunter Street premises in July.
Office equipment was replaced, however the studio was destroyed and the
group forced to move to a building on Halcro Street, Pialba.
In August, the station went back on air but only broadcasting pre-recorded
Fraser Coast Community Radio president Janice Warren said the group was in
the middle of setting up at the new station, however volunteers would be
working through renovations.
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