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Friday 22 Jan 2016 · News
As many school-leavers launch into jobs, degrees & travel, others feel stuck—with no idea what to do next. Career coach Nicolene White offers expert advice.
Wednesday 20 Jan 2016 · News
Around 40,000 school leavers will miss out on their preferred uni course in UAC;s Main Round Offers. But all is not lost, says career coach Nicolene White.
Tuesday 19 Jan 2016 · Culture · Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
Alan Rickman's unmistakable voice is continuing to make fans smile after his death—thanks to a uni students' video of a tortoise eating a strawberry.
Friday 18 Dec 2015 · Guests and Artists
NSW Premier Mike Baird's getting a reputation for taking on tough issues, like council mergers & power poles, head-on. He defends his stance & explains why.
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Thursday 17 Dec 2015 · Inspirational Stories · Hope Mornings
Lindt Cafe survivor Louisa Hope refuses to hate her attacker and attributes the great peace she felt in the middle of the Sydney Siege, to her faith in God.
Wednesday 16 Dec 2015 · Parenting
Adolescent experts are urging the class of 2015 - and their parents - not to overreact, as they receive their Higher School Certificate results and ATARs.
Monday 14 Dec 2015 · Guests and Artists
NSW Premier Mike Baird chats about the loneliness of the job, his regrets about neglecting his wife when she needed him most, and his love of faith & family.
Wednesday 25 Nov 2015 · News
Channel 9 news anchor Peter Overton showed his softer, fatherly side in a chat with Hope 103.2 announcers about the recent terror strikes on Europe.
Wednesday 18 Nov 2015 · News
A heartwarming video of a little French boy and his father, being interviewed at a memorial for those killed in the terror attacks on Paris, has gone viral.
Friday 6 Nov 2015 · News
Scam phone messages claiming to be from the ATO are one of the latest hoaxes doing the rounds, in an attempt to gather peoples’ personal details.
Monday 26 Oct 2015 · News
Sandy Hook Elementary teacher Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis found a way to move forward, after being caught in a horrific massacre in which 20 children were killed.
Tuesday 20 Oct 2015 · News
The human side of the Middle Eastern refugee crisis has been powerfully captured in a series of images, by a photographer on a ferry boat to Greece.