Jade Leeder will be hula hooping non-stop on Tuesday for 105 minutes.
This sounds difficult, but she's up for it. She's doing it for the koalas who were badly burnt in bush fires and transferred from Taree to Port Stephens Koalas for treatment.
Jade is a member of The Novos crew on Newcastle's 105.3 New FM.
"I started raising money for the koalas at Port Stephens after I read an emotional post on their Instagram asking for donations to help with medical treatment for the burnt koalas," Jade said.
"The photos broke my heart. I jumped on the phone to arrange an interview with them to help spread the word."
She and co-hosts Matty and Krivo were invited to see the koalas firsthand.
"I was overwhelmed by the incredible work they do as a not-for-profit organisation, which is purely run by volunteers.
"I appreciate how special and unique our koalas are and I don't want our future children to miss out on seeing these beautiful animals in the wild. So I decided to do more by setting up a Go Fund Me page."
She was inspired by an Australian woman who recently broke a Guinness world record by hula hooping for four days straight.
"If she can do that, surely I can hula hoop for 105 minutes for the koalas," she said.
"I've succeeded training myself to hula hoop for 45 minutes straight so far. With the help of my co-hosts Matty and Krivo cheering me on, I'm sure I'll be able to do it."
Food Not Bombs
A Topics spy sent us this poster promoting "free soup for the revolution".
It's from an organisation called Food Not Bombs, which offers "free food for all" at Hamilton railway station every Wednesday at 5pm.
Food Not Bombs is a global volunteer movement that shares free vegan and vegetarian food as a protest against war and poverty.
It collects produce, bread and other food that can't be sold from grocery stores, bakeries and markets.
"Even though we provide meals and groceries to thousands of people, we are not a charity," the organisation said.
"Food Not Bombs is trying to inspire the public to participate in changing society and focus our resources on solving problems like hunger, homelessness and poverty while seeking an end to war and the destruction of the environment."
It aims to show that co-operative work can be done without leaders and through volunteer effort to provide "essential needs like food, housing, education and healthcare".
"When over a billion people go hungry each day, how can we spend another dollar on war?"
Thanks A Million
We hear the Newcastle light rail service has transported its one millionth customer.
Wonder how far we can take this thing? Could we reach 50 million? What about 100 million? Whoa. We're getting dizzy.