Hub for community

I WAS saddened to read the reports on the Tewantin-Noosa TAFE (Daily, 14/11).

To let an educational facility go to rot like that shows a lack of imagination and inspiration.

I have been a radio presenter on community radio for 15 years and I have seen so many faces light up when they know they are on live radio.

Community radio has a responsibility to let the members of the community have their say and play their instruments.

Not-for-profit organisations get free promotions on-air.

This dead centre could become a dynamo of communications for local people.

Perhaps a local community radio could set up there and be a support for many inspired groups like, musicians, art groups, dancing groups, martial arts groups and many others.

This dead TAFE could be revitalised as a community centre for all people.




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