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Hot FM and The Bulletin push anti-bullying message to region

CQ Hot FM Paul "Browny" Brown and EJ Palmer have created a video to promote their message - Say No to Bullying
CQ Hot FM Paul "Browny" Brown and EJ Palmer have created a video to promote their message - Say No to Bullying

CENTRAL Queenslanders are pumping up the Anti-Bullying message.

The Bulletin last week issued a challenge to students in the region to create their own anti-bullying and/or anti-violence videos and let The Bulletin know where to find them online so they can be posted on The Bulletin's website.

Radio jocks Paul "Browny" Brown and EJ Palmer have kicked off their anti-bullying campaign - #saynotobullying.

"After recent events in Central Queensland and the sad tragic news of Charlotte Dawson's death over the weekend we want to put a Stop to Bullying once and for all in Central Queensland," Browny said.  

"We invited a few local CQ identities to join us and also pledge their involvement in Saying No to Bullying.  

"They are Zach Russell (formerly from The Collective), Jeremy Marou of Busby Marou, The Short Fall, The Central Queensland Capras, Jamie Simpson (former South Sydney Rabbitos Player), CQFC Energy, CQ Rockets & Cyclones and local High School Students."  

Here is the CQ Hot FM's video:

The Bulletin's challenge is to the region's schools and school children to create their own Anti-Bullying and Anti-Violence videos to run on The Bulletin's website.

To enter, either email the video to the Online Editor, upload to YouTube and let us know via Facebook or email where to find the video, or drop a copy of the video on a USB into The Bulletin's office at 162-164 Quay St.

A school in Townsville, Ignatius Park College, have uploaded their Anti-Bullying video to YouTube.

Watch it below.

Topics:  busby marou, hot fm




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