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Thursday 16 Jun 2016 · News
Australia’s most senior figure in the Anglican Church says it would be wrong to blame Islam for the Orlando massacre.
Thursday 9 Jun 2016 · News · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
A church pew resting metres up in the air, wedged between a wall and a baptismal, shows just how high the floodwaters came at St Mark’s Church in Picton.
Friday 3 Jun 2016 · Social Justice
Australian billionaire and Christian believer Andrew Forrest has released his 2016 Global Slavery Index, showing that 45 million are now trapped in slavery.
Thursday 2 Jun 2016 · News · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
Elderly, homeless people in Sydney with high needs, will soon have somewhere to call home - at a facility built by St Johns Anglican Church and HammondCare.
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Friday 27 May 2016 · News · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
Zoe Brissett is on a mission to show employers the many benefits of recruiting workers with a disability.
Thursday 26 May 2016 · News · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
Keen to take your kids to see Vivid, but hesitating because you’ve heard about the crush of the crowds? Go early in the week! Here's some highlights.
Wednesday 25 May 2016 · Trending
'Chewbacca Mum' Candace Payne's viral video has been seen almost 143 million times to date. But there's a reason she won't let internet fame go to her head.
Tuesday 24 May 2016 · News · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
Anna Petridis, inventor of the original FreakShake, shares some of the secrets behind the invention of her now-famous desserts.
Thursday 12 May 2016 · Station News · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
Lorraine Ramsay is ‘Hopeland Volunteer of the Year’, for her work rescuing greyhounds & connecting them with loving carers—including juvenile offendors.
Monday 9 May 2016 · News
Actress Noni Hazlehurst has called on the media industry to focus less on negativity, and more on goodness and stories that inspire.
Wednesday 4 May 2016 · Social Justice
The latest cuts to Australia’s foreign aid budget are a "tragedy of untold consequences” say World Vision CEO Tim Costello and other social justice leaders.
Wednesday 27 Apr 2016 · Faith
While Ukraine is still suffering the effects of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster 30 years on, it’s also seeing a resurgence of faith.