Malibu farm is the latest location to get a major update in the coming weeks, with local news outlets including ABC News, the ABC Brisbane, and the Malibu Express.
Malibu Farm, a 100 hectare farm located at the Malabar River in the state of Queensland, has been updated to feature a new set of features and is now the home of a new local TV channel.
The new TV channel, Malibu Live, will focus on local news and features such as newscasts, local events and community events.
“It’s great news for Malibu,” Malibu Farmer Steve Rourke said.
“I’m really happy about it.
It’s a real boost for the area.”
Mr Rourke was excited to be part of the network and the first Malibu Farmers to have access to it.
“This is what I’ve always dreamed of.
I think it’s the first time I’ve ever had access to local news,” he said.
Malibu Farm will also feature a weekly “local news” section, where locals will be able to read about local events.
It’s a significant change from the previous Malibu TV show, which focused on local events, events, and community issues.
“The Malibu Farms program is designed to be a community outlet where we’re able to have a forum for our local residents to talk to each other and connect,” ABC News Rural Program Director David Ritchie said.
Local farmers are keen to get their news on the new Malibu station.
“We want to provide a platform that will help people in the community to get to know each other, and hopefully share news that they don’t hear from other local news channels,” Mr Rourke explained.
“People can connect on Facebook and Twitter, and that will give them an outlet to get news about local issues that they might not otherwise have a voice.”
“I think we’ve been in the news a lot in the last couple of months, it’s just a really good time for us,” he added.
“Local news is what we’re here to do.”
“This [update] is going to be great for us.
We have the community together, and it will bring a lot more people to the station.”
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