Meetings are held on the Second Monday of Every month at the Clubrooms at 30 Hazel Ave, Mount Roskill at 7:30pm Everybody Welcome!

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Monday 10th August 2020 7.30pm

Special General Meeting

At the Hazel Avenue Club Rooms
(Located on the left at the end of Hazel Avenue)

Special General Meeting to receive and approve the accounts and Treasurer’s report for the 2019 financial year.  The Special General Meeting will also receive and approve the Minutes of the 2018 Annual General Meeting and the November 2018 General Meeting. 

This will be followed by a short General Meeting which will consider and vote on the remit to the NZART AGM to be held on 5 September in Wellington. The remit was published in the March/April issue of Break-In on page 30.

Following the conclusion of the business meetings, we will be showing the video “Black Propaganda”All welcome.


Not everyone knows that during WWII Britain waged an extremely effective ‘black’ propaganda campaign against the Germans. Our August meeting will feature a video which traces the development and content of these ‘black’ broadcasts which originated from the Woburn estate in Bedfordshire – chosen as it was 50 miles from London and outside the bombing zone. The video features Ingram Murray, son of Ralph Murray, one of the important Foreign Office officials that shaped the operations.  Also featured on the video is Phil Luck, a young engineer who operated the RCA 7.5 kilowatt transmitters in the area, beaming the black propaganda broadcasts back to Europe.    Come along and learn more about this, the Milton Bryan studios and the clever use the British made of an RCA 600 kilowatt medium wave transmitter, code named Aspidistra. 

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Western Suburbs Radio Club Junk Sale7th November 2020

Rosebank Primary School Hall, 217 Rosebank Road, Avondale. 



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