Tuesday 20 Oct 2020 · Inspirational Stories · Hope Nights
The McGrath Foundation has been hosting Pink Stumps Day since their first pink test match in Sydney in 2009 was a success.
Tuesday 13 Oct 2020 · Movie Reviews · Hope Afternoons
Jazz Thornton wants to reveal what suicide is from the inside, and help people better understand what ‘help’ really looks likes.
Monday 21 Sep 2020 · Inspirational Stories · Hope Mornings
Australian Paralympian Louise Sauvage won two gold and one silver medal in Sydney and lit the cauldron for the Paralympic Opening Ceremony.
Tuesday 15 Sep 2020 · Faith · Hope Afternoons
Christians were uncertain of how to handle suicide happening to such a vibrant faith leader. Kayla Stoecklein shares her family's story.
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Friday 4 Sep 2020 · Culture · Hope Afternoons
When Washington native Rob Kenney launched 'Dad How Do I?' – a YouTube channel teaching life basics - he became a 'dad' to millions.
Friday 14 Aug 2020 · News · Hope Mornings
Chrissy Guinery's family on the NSW south coast were hit hard by the 2020 bushfires. She's recorded their experiences in her book, 'When The Smoke Clears'.
Thursday 30 Jul 2020 · Station News
Hope 103.2 is honoured to continue its partnership with CBM Australia for Miracles Day — giving you the chance to gift someone their sight back.
Friday 10 Jul 2020 · Inspirational Stories · Hope Afternoons
In 2012, the unthinkable happened to Jennie Lusko and her husband Levi when their five-year-old daughter Lenya died in the week before Christmas.
Monday 22 Jun 2020 · Inspirational Stories
It's always Hope listeners who explain best what a difference the radio station makes. Here are just four of the many stories of lives impacted by Hope.
Monday 22 Jun 2020 · Music News · Hope Nights
The ‘Instruments for the Outback’ program is helping indigenous kids in remote Australia to learn music, giving them new focus, joy, and a skill for life.
Thursday 18 Jun 2020 · Movie Reviews · Hope Afternoons
Warakurna is the only police station entirely run by indigenous officers, and it features in the new documentary 'Our Law', screening in the Sydney Film Festival.
Friday 12 Jun 2020 · Social Justice · Hope Mornings
When Emma Mullings' family migrated to Miami, with a passion to bring unity into a city of diversity and division, she had no idea how timely it would be.