The Voice of the Nepean Valley – WowFM
Wow FM 100.7 has represented and entertained the communities of the Penrith Valley, Western Sydney and the Lower Blue Mountains for more than twenty five years.
We provide music from many eras and genres to keep the feet of any age and musical taste tapping all day long.
Recently we have undergone new and exciting modifications which we hope will enhance the the listening experience of our culturally and chronologically diverse community. With programs in several languages providing local and international news and current events, we aim to provide appropriate content which is both pertinent and informative.
Saturday Dogs Breakfast
Saturday Dogs Breakfast with Colin Wood – Saturdays 7 am – 11 am
Faced with a future of embittered resentment after being retrenched when Santa’s Workshop closed just before it melted due to Global Warming, I was fortunate to be recruited by WowFM to present an hour of Diverse Music on Sunday Mornings in between ‘Life Study of the Bible’ and ‘A Touch of Ireland’.
This brought me into contact with firstly Efren Mazo and then those two lovable Irish Rogues Noel Donohue and Jim Clarke. I soon realised that it wasn’t just the music that was diverse at WowFM.
Graeme Robinson’s ‘Country Rocks, Bluegrass Rules’ is heard Thursdays 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm
Graeme Robinson (Graeme R’s) Radio Journey
My interest in radio dates back to 2002, at the time a friend of mine was presenting ‘Good Morning Country’ from the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia’s studio in Alexandria on Tuesday mornings.
Law Partners is Australia’s largest specialist personal injury firm, helping thousands of Australians every year get the compensation they deserve.
We’re a national firm, but our business is built on local experts servicing their local communities, like our Penrith branch. That’s why we like to support community radio stations like WOWFM. We support a range of local community groups, organisations and charities.
More Western Sydney News
Small business will be championed through the inaugural Back to Business Week. Back to Business Week will run from February 26 to March 4, in recognition of the leading role small businesses play in training, educating and creating jobs in local communities, while producing a wide range of outstanding products and services. State Penrith MP… read more
The Western Sydney Wanderers are a club deeply divided today with its vocal active supporter group standing in defiance of the club itself, Football Federation Australia and the wider football community. Warning: Content that may offend appears below The Red and Black Bloc (RBB) last night continued to stand by a disgusting and inappropriate banner… read more
Mulgoa MP and Minister for Ageing Tanya Davies today announced that free tickets to the 2017 Premier’s Gala Concerts are now available. The Premier’s Gala Concerts are a showcase of Australia’s best and upcoming musical theatre and recording artists and are the highlight of the 2017 NSW Seniors Festival which will be celebrated throughout NSW… read more
Summer’s high temperatures have seen pool use soaring and with it an increase in cases of cryptosporidiosis, warns Associate Professor Brad Forssman, Director of Public Health at Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (NBMLHD). Commonly known as ‘crypto’, 20 cases have been recorded in the local area so far this year compared with six recorded… read more
Penrith Panthers prop Sam McKendry has torn an ACL in his comeback game from the same injury. The 27-year-old former New Zealand international limped from the field just before half-time in Penrith’s 18-6 trial win over Parramatta at Pepper Stadium tonight. McKendry will have scans on Monday to confirm the doctors’ suspicions that he’s torn… read more
A magistrate has found there are “insufficient safeguards within the mental health system” to bail a man accused of a stabbing his mother and girlfriend at Emu Plains late last year, back into the community. The quest to release Clinton Graeme Walker from custody was lengthy when he faced Penrith Local Court earlier today, with… read more
An alleged Cranebrook meth dealer facing a raft of drug offences has sobbed and pleaded for mercy as she was stripped of her liberty yesterday. Serina Denise King, 41, of Andromeda Drive shook her head and cried out “oh no, please don’t, please… please… I’m begging you” when bail was refused at Penrith Local Court… read more
Penrith’s Gina Field has been nominated for the prestigious NSW Business Woman of the Year Award. Mulgoa MP and Minister for Women Tanya Davies this morning announced the 16 finalists across various categories for the NSW Woman of the Year Awards. Ms Field, who has built Nepean Regional Security into one of the biggest security… read more
A man who travelled more than 350 kilometres to Penrith on the pretence he was meeting a 14-year-old boy for sex has been refused bail. Michael James Tyrrell nodded in resignation as Magistrate Margaret McGlynn handed down her decision at Penrith Local Court today. The previous afternoon, child exploitation officers swooped on the 33-year-old at a… read more
Western Sydney news courtesy of The Western Weekender.