Vision National News

Local and Global News from a Christian Perspective

Vision National News

Local and Global News from a Christian Perspective

About Vision National News

Our world is driven by news. In fact, entire networks are now devoted to pumping out the latest stories 24 hours a day! While keeping up with the latest news is important, at Vision radio we take a slightly different tack. We believe in selecting appropriate stories that are filtered through the Christian worldview — that means leaving some stuff out and adding other stories (that you won't find on mainstream news) in.

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The News Team at Vision are dedicated to giving you balanced news you can trust.

We provide Australia's only nationwide Christian worldview news service. Heard hourly each weekday plus Saturday mornings.

Since 2001, Vision's news team have gained a reputation for being a trusted source of information — a place you can get the facts without sensationalism or gruesome details found in many other services.

It’s all the news that matters - yet is safe for every member of the family to listen to. Our team of industry experienced professionals draws on years with ABC, commercial and community broadcasters, and they’re passionate about news!

Latest news

QLD: Abortion decriminalisation delayed

Independent MP Rob Pyne is withdrawing his two bills to decriminalise abortion from Queensland parliament, with the issue now shelved until after the next state election. It comes after the opposition revealed it would not support the bills, due to concerns they would introduce legal complications for women and their doctors. Deputy Premier Jackie Trad, …Read More

Government Accountable to the Poor

The Australian Christian Lobby has repeated calls for the government to meet our foreign aid funding promises to the poor. ACL managing director Lyle Shelton – says it should be a moral imperative for Australia to honour its Millennium Development Goal commitments in this year’s May budget. Mr Shelton says – while having a fiscally …Read More

Teen Soft Drink Consumption Questioned

New research from Australia’s Cancer Council shows teenage boys are continuing to down soft drink at an alarming rate, setting them up for a future of chronic health conditions. The study’s found one in six teenage boys consumes at least 52 litres of soft drink each year, which equates to at least 5.2 kilos of …Read More

TeachBeyond Mission Seeks Volunteers

The TeachBeyond mission is currently recruiting short-term volunteers to teach English to people in Brazil, the Philippines, and parts of Central Asia. The mission works with national churches to bring together informal education and the Gospel in English camps. TeachBeyond’s Diane Kraines says – there is a huge demand for learning English globally, and the …Read More

Researchers Hope to Reduce Caesarean Trauma

Australian researchers believe they’ve found the key to reducing the level of trauma resulting from caesarean births. It’s been discovered that administering a drip containing adenosine, lidocaine and magnesium – or ALM – is effective in improving brain control over the body. Senior Research Associate Doctor Hayley Letson says the finding is an exciting development. …Read More

More arrests over drug syndicate

A man who was the subject of a police search in Melbourne after he escaped during the execution of a warrant at St Albans this morning, has handed himself in. Police have arrested eight people after 10 search warrants related to a drug syndicate with links to southeast Asia. Seven people have been picked up …Read More

Fatal Chilean floods cause havoc

At least four people have died and six others are missing in Chile as floods caused by Andean rainfall wreak havoc. Waters rushing down from the Andes since Saturday afternoon have caused landslides, cutting roads and isolating thousands of people. Falling rocks and other debris have overwhelmed the intakes for urban water systems, cutting service …Read More

Church Re-dedicated 70 Years On

A service of re-dedication has taken place at an Anglican church in northern Israel, which was closed in the late 1940s. At the beginning of the 40s the Pastorate Committee bought a piece of land in order to start a new church building. The foundation stone was laid in August 1946 and the church building …Read More

Ebola Afflicted Embrace Christianity

A new report is suggesting the Ebola crisis and 11 years of rebel war in Sierra Leone have left many people compelled to embrace Christianity. The director of an indigenous ministry in the country – says 13 percent of the population identifies as Christian – but the numbers are rising. Mitford Macauley, director of Trinity …Read More

Pro Life Teen Critical of Teen Magazine

A 16-year-old pro-life woman has responded to an article published in the magazine Teen Vogue – that suggests lighthearted gifts to buy for a friend who has undergone an abortion. In a video posted by Students for Life on YouTube – the young woman, identified only as Autumn, confronted Teen Vogue for its nonchalant treatment …Read More



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