Memberships are due for renewal at Trax FM from 1st July each year. By renewing your membership you are helping to keep Trax FM on air. Active members can assist the station by participating in decision making when it comes to station operations such as programming. Suggestions are also welcome from the public via email, visiting the station during office hours or just having a chat when you see us out in the community. We love to hear from our listeners.
Saturday 17th July South Augusta v Port at Central Oval Port Augusta at 2pm
followed up the next day on
Sunday 18th July Savoy v Salisbury Inter at the Port Pirie Sports Precinct at 2.45pm
Tune in on your radios or on the internet, at the ground while you watch or wherever you are to hear the commentary as it happens. Trax FM broadcasting from the Port, Central and Pirie West Ovals in 2021.
Trax FM has resumed football live broadcasts on a limited scale during the 2021 season. We will be covering some matches at Port Pirie at the Port Oval and Port Augusta at the Central Oval. Thanks to Port and South Augusta clubs for allowing us to use their facilities to bring you these matches. Matches to be broadcast will be published as the season progresses. Stay tuned for further information. We have vacancies on our commentary team if you would like to participate.
A General Meeting of Trax FM will be held on Tuesday 6th April (straight after Easter) in the Harness Racing hall commencing at 7pm. All members should attend. Topics for discussion are:
Licence area restrictions
Bullying and Sexual Harassment policies
Membership fees and catagories
any other business that the Chairperson accepts on the night.
Graham Bell our long time life member of Trax FM passed away on the morning of 17th February. Graham was a very much respected member of our station with over 27 years of service to community radio. He filled many roles including Trainer, Treasurer, and maintenance person of studio equipment during his time at our station. Graham witnessed the station grow from an aspirant station to fully licensed, and was the first person on air when we switched on our transmitter at the Bluff on that Monday in December 2004 at 1.30pm. Graham contributed to our growth in that same period as an active Board member (until very recently). A Jazz and Brass Band enthusiast meant we had that genre covered during his weekly broadcasts which also included various health segments for those not so well off. Graham we miss you at the studios. May the music continue forever.
The Midsummer Ball is on again in Port Augusta, in support of the
Breast Cancer Network. Details are in the graphic
The Annual General Meeting of Trax FM will be held on Wednesday 4th November commencing at 7pm at the Phoenix Park Trotting Hall. Due to COVID19 restrictions there is a limitation on the number of people attending. Everyone is welcome but only financial members can vote or stand for positions on the Board. Attendees will need to provide contact tracing details and observe COVID19 spacing in the hall. Nominations for the Board are now open. The application form is on the station noticeboard. Applications close Wednesday 28th October at 5pm.
86332111 Office phone
We have a new studio number for listeners to use to talk to our presenters. Please call 8630 0719. If you call our main number you will get through to our office. Currently that does not have a messagebank but will have one when it is switched over to our new provider.
Our Sunday morning programme “Robert Lawrie” has moved to Sunday evenings at 6.30pm.