Scenes from the launch of Alex Glennie’s book A Scrapbook of History: Awarua Radio ZLB at the Awarua Communications Museum on Saturday 3 September 2016
The 282-page book is A4-size and includes photographs, maps, documents and stories of Awarua Radio from its inception in 1913 until its closure in 1991.
Books can be ordered by depositing $60, plus $8 for Track & Trace postage within New Zealand, to the Awarua Communications Museum bank account at Westpac: 03 1745 0077525 00 Please include your name in the reference field and send your delivery address by email to email@example.com or telephone 03 213 0492.
Paula McKenzie, President of the Awarua Communications Museum, welcomes guests
Members of the media listen to guest speaker Joe Anderson.
Alex Glennie, author of ‘A Scrapbook of History: Awarua Radio ZLB’
A big crowd was on hand at Awarua Communications Museum for the book launch.
Ready to celebrate!
Southland Times, 5 September 2016, page 1. Click to enlarge.
Southland Express, 8 September 2016, page 6. Click to enlarge.
Some of the people responsible for the Awarua Communications Museum. L-R: Clifford Shirreffs, David Johnston, Alex Glennie, Vonnie Crawford, Paul McKay, Paula McKenzie, Rebecca Sparks, Brendon Sparks
The speakers (videos by Brendon Sparks)
Photos of Musick Memorial Radio Station presented to Awarua Communications Museum by Musick Point Radio Group, 3 September 2016