Wednesday 17 Jan 2018 · Hope Breakfast with Duncan
My hubby and I are expecting our first baby, and to help get us prepared, I asked Hope listeners for the most valuable gems of advice that helped them.
Friday 12 Jan 2018 · Hope Mornings
If you ever have trouble getting your kids to help at home, you might be surprised to hear of the study showing 90% of kids want to contribute to society.
Friday 12 Jan 2018
After the tragic death of 14-year-old Northern Territory girl Amy ‘Dolly’ Everett, Kids Helpline has reminded us to keep an eye out for signs of bullying.
Thursday 11 Jan 2018 · Hope Afternoons
Aid workers say conditions in the Rohingya refugee camps of Bangladesh are the worst they've ever seen. And more help is needed: especially medical help.
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Wednesday 10 Jan 2018
A healthy way to move into a new fresh start requires us to look ahead and recognize the need for change before it’s a necessity.
Before you throw away that old t-shirt, see how to turn it into a cute tote bag with just a pair of scissors and absolutely NO sewing!
Tuesday 9 Jan 2018 · Hope Mornings
Got yourself an unexpected paunch for Christmas? Don’t despair; you can tackle it without radical regimes. Small, lasting changes are the key.
Tuesday 9 Jan 2018
Goodness, I wanted to be like her. But the longer I followed her, the more I began to realise that she was not exactly what she was posting.
Are you sick of dusty candles lying around that you can no longer use after the wick has burned down? Fret no more with this simple solution to recycling and creating a beautiful new candle with your leftover wax!
Monday 1 Jan 2018 · Open House with Stephen O'Doherty
A look back at the people and stories that took us from dismay to joy and anguish to hope in this Open House 2017 retrospective.
Saturday 23 Dec 2017
My time offline left me more energised, clearer in thought, and less annoyed, depressed and jealous. Here’s what I learned from my social media fast.
Friday 22 Dec 2017 · Hope Mornings
Ever thought about how singles navigate their way through the festive season? Jo Armstrong from Single in th e City has a chat to Katrina Roe.