Tuesday 17 Oct 2023 · News
The major religious groups in NSW have united to form a new peak body, representing their common interests at all levels of government.
Friday 13 Oct 2023 · Entertainment
Aussie vocalist extraordinaire Tarryn Stokes has stepped into the limelight, being announced as the winner of Channel 7’s 'The Voice' 2023.
Monday 1 May 2023 · News
'Pandemedia' is a collection of essays reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it changed news media – featuring Hope News.
Friday 4 Sep 2020 · Faith · LifeWords Q&A with David Reay
When a loved one rejects faith, what should we say or do? How can we continue to be their friend? Should we try to “win them back to God”?
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Thursday 3 Sep 2020 · News
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has expressed her wish for a carbon-neutral Australia by 2050, in a webinar with former UK PM Theresa May.
Monday 31 Aug 2020 · News · Hope Drive
With 13 more children rescued from internet sexual abuse perpetrated from Australia, a petition is calling the NSW Government crack down.
Friday 28 Aug 2020 · News · Hope Mornings
Two leading Christian ethicists say a coronavirus vaccine made using fetal cells from an abortion is okay, if there's no alternatives.
Friday 28 Aug 2020 · Guests and Artists · Hope Breakfast
Eddie gives the rundown on his new TV show, 'Teenage Boss', and shares advice for Year 12 students in the leadup to their HSC exams.
Friday 28 Aug 2020 · Faith · LifeWords Q&A with David Reay
Has COVID helped the church? Or is it the end of church as we know it? And how can I revive my faith when it’s been reduced to online sermons?
Friday 28 Aug 2020 · Health and Wellbeing · Hope Mornings
Students and parents are devastated at the cancellation of this year's Year 12 formals in NSW - but schools are getting creative.
Monday 24 Aug 2020 · Parenting · Hope Mornings
Adolescent psychologist Collett Smart shares her advice on how to respond when your child or teenager lies.
Friday 21 Aug 2020 · Faith · LifeWords Q&A with David Reay
The Bible teaches us to be content with our situation in life. Does this mean it's wrong for Christians to feel frustrated or desire for growth and change?