Guerilla broadcasting on a temporary licence
Below stairs, a studio at AUT student union
Reel-to-reel with real volunteer
An early community connection on a temporary frequency
Founders and supporters from the Indian community
A permanent licence at last
810AM transmitter arrives
Upstairs, a new station opens at AUT 1993
A jolly governance group is elected
The 90's studio is tested by the Framework Trust team
2000 - We're presented with an FM licence by Broadcasting Minister Marion Hobbs
Mr. Speaker, Jonathan Hunt and officials attend the FM launch
2006 - new location found
New studios planned
Planet FM settles in
Maya, Aroha and Mere - here to shoot an item for their 1st Year Media course
Aroha shoots from Studio 2 to Studio 1
AUT first year Media students in Studio 1 with Takanga 'Enau Fohe
Sculpture on the Gulf featuring Settlement stories by Tiffany Singh
The Journey of a Million Miles Begins with One Step - a sculpture of Resettlement stories
Visitors to Tiffany Singh's sculpture listen to refugee stories coming from within the boats.
Seeking safety in fragile boats.
The familiar fabrics of home - memories are retained.
Safe on Shore but now we have to settle. Scenes from Tiffany Singh sculpture on Waiheke headland.
Settlement Stories - Finding the Shore - sculpture by Tiffany Singh
Campaigning for Bird of the Year 2018 with KCR team
Mere and Ratu show their support for the kōtare, our #birdoftheyear candidate
Our Bird of the Year candidate on-air