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Alan Jones broadcasts from the NSW South Coast

Alan Jones is broadcasting from the NSW South Coast where bushfires have devastated communities.

Alan will be broadcasting from Club Catalina in Batemans Bay on Tuesday, January 28 and Wednesday, January 29.

He will speak to residents in affected areas about how they are coping and shine a light on the next steps in rebuilding these shattered communities.

The public is invited to attend at any time throughout the show, from 5.30am to 9am.

RFS crew member Steve Hillier tells Alan “there’s a lot of people hurting out there”.

“People are scared, they’re still scared. The angry beast is sitting out there waiting.”

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Local Tony has sent in photos of the New Year’s Eve fires.

Greg Franklin lost his home in the bushfires.

He tells Alan that he and his wife, along with their five children, are living in a caravan park.

“I’ve got a five-year-old. He sleeps on the floor and every time I put him back in his bed he will get back out.

“The other night he woke up and said ‘stay low go, go, go.’”

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Cobargo farmer Tony Allen tells Alan he’s trying to help farmers rebuild.

“These people were just getting by.”

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  • Former NSW MP Peter Cochrane will join Alan at 6:45.