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Wednesday 9 Nov 2016 · Hope Drive
Australia's first concerns if the US election leads to a Trump victory, include impacts on trade, stock markets, and some key politicians eating humble pie.
Thursday 3 Nov 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
An Aussie-made smartphone app is reducing racism in schools, by helping kids and teachers to put themselves in other peoples’ shoes.
Thursday 27 Oct 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Since returning from the Rio Paralympics with two gold medals, cyclist Carol Cooke hasn’t stopped for breath—and now, she's gearing up for the 'Gong Ride’.
Friday 21 Oct 2016
In the thick of the Syrian Civil War, the sounds and sights on the road to Damascus are just as dramatic as in Bible times: but for all the wrong reasons.
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Friday 7 Oct 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Nearly 300 people have died and 20,000 homes destroyed in Haiti, while residents of the USA’s south eastern states are being urged to flee Hurricane Matthew.
Monday 12 Sep 2016
Aussie singer Tony Dee is suddenly famous thanks to the viral Paralympics ad, 'We're The Superhumans'. He shares about the experience, and his Christian faith.
Wednesday 31 Aug 2016
When Sydney Baptist minister Rev Dr Michael Frost was asked to join in a five-hour protest in Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s office, he couldn’t say no.
Tuesday 30 Aug 2016
One of the Christian who protested in Malcolm Turnbull’s office, could have been stuck on Nauru herself if she’d been born in a different generation.
Friday 26 Aug 2016
Anyone with an Apple iOS 9 iphone or ipad, is being urged to update their software immediately—to avoid the risk of private information being hacked.
As the dust settles on the 2016 Olympic and teams are welcomed home, some spectators may now be wondering, “so what happens to Team Refugee?”
We chatted to AOC boss Fiona De Jong live from Rio, to find out how the 2016 Olympic Games’ much-beloved Team Refugee was doing.
Tuesday 23 Aug 2016
Does our culture’s obsession with winning, and narrow take on success, make our Olympic 'heroes' fall harder? A critique of our obsession with gold.