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

Rugby sevens: Official showcase for Olympic champions

Australia’s Olympic champion women’s team will play in an expanded Sydney 7s event in 2017. After the inaugural men’s event in Sydney last season, the women’s side will join a three-day tournament between February 3 and February 5 at Allianz Stadium. Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver says it’s exciting that the women’s team …Read More

Christians gather in Indonesia to discuss witness strategies

Delegates from 86 nations have gathered in Indonesia to strategise ways of sharing their faith in Jesus Christ. The third triennial Congress of Nations, sponsored by Evangelism Explosion International, comes six years after delegates from 30 nations participated in the first Congress in Kuala Lumpur. According to Evangelism Explosion, more than 10 million people worldwide …Read More

Australia Post announces profit despite drop in letters

Australia Post has announced a full-year profit after tax of $36 million – a turnaround of $258 million on the previous financial year. The company says it’s been driven by a strong performance in the parcels business, while addressed letter volumes fell by a record of 9.7 per cent. Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour says …Read More

Milestone occasion for Australian cancer charity

For 30 years, The Cancer Council Australia has raised money and awareness for its work through the annual Daffodil Day. According to statistics, more than one million Australians are currently living with cancer, or have survived a cancer diagnosis. Paul Grogan from the Cancer Council has told our newsroom cancer diagnosis is more prevalent than …Read More

NRL: Injury blow for Raiders

Canberra Raiders Coach Ricky Stuart says Sam Williams will replace Blake Austin who’s undergoing surgery today for a hand injury suffered during a training drill yesterday. Stuart says it was a simple accident and unfortunate for the five-eighth, who could now miss the rest of the NRL season. The injury is a huge blow for …Read More

Miracles Day fundraiser tackles cataract blindness

CBM Australia is highlighting the world’s leading cause of blindness today as 25 radio stations take part in Miracles Day. Miracles Day supports the work of CBM in restoring sight to the world’s poorest people through cataract operations. Over 20 million people worldwide live with cataracts, with four out of every five adults with cataracts …Read More

Dramatic growth in UK slavery

Modern slavery in the UK is growing exponentially with a four-fold increase over the past four years. The Salvation Army has helped nearly 4,500 victims of modern slavery since it became the official support agency for victims in 2011. Christian Today reports modern slaves often work in car washes, nail bars and on farms – …Read More

Immigration Minister praises SmartGate technology

More than 80 so-called ‘SmartGates’ are now in operation at international airports across the country. The gates use state-of-the-art facial recognition technology. Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton says it’s $50 million well spent, with the system designed to make the process seamless and allow more efficient use of resources. Mr Dutton says the technology allows …Read More

Missing woman’s stepson sells story of disappearance as search area widens

Police say they may not approve – but they wouldn’t stop local media outlets from purchasing a story about the disappearance of Melbourne woman Karen Ristevski from her stepson. Residents in rural areas north west of the city are being asked to check for changes to their properties and to report suspicious activity as part …Read More

Labor criticises NBN raids

Federal Police have raided parliament house in Canberra this morning, as part of the ongoing NBN investigation. Emails of senior Labor staff members have been seized, after confidential information about the National Broadband Network was leaked. The Opposition says its an extraordinary attack on parliament and has accused the Coalition of being behind the probe …Read More



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