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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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.
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Security could be beefed up around the MCG, amid claims $1 billion is needed to combat potential terror risks. The Sunday Herald Sun reports, a security review has revealed there are fears for the safety of large crowds waiting outside the venue to be screened. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says he is considering a number …Read More
Melbourne Victory has defeated Western Sydney, with a clinical 3-0 win in the A-League. Besart Berisha was again the man of the moment, taking his chances to record the first hat-trick in a meeting between the two sides. Speaking on Fox Sports he dedicated his win to coach Kevin Muscat. Meantime, Newcastle has stunned Perth …Read More
It’s been revealed Centrelink is paying multiple spouse benefits to Islamic families with two or three wives. The Herald Sun reports bureaucrats are authorising the payments to avoid the more expensive single mothers’ pension, but Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has dismissed the suggestions. The welfare agency says it doesn’t collect data on polygamous marriages under …Read More
Australia’s facing a national shortage of three front-line antibiotic drugs and health authorities are concerned. The drugs, including vancomycin, are the latest in a long line of antibiotic shortages in the past year. The Sunday Age reports, it’s already led to a number of hospitals stockpiling supplies and rationing the stocks they have left. Some …Read More
Two explosions have been heard in Istanbul, Turkey one near a soccer stadium, and the other near a popular square. At least 20 people are understood to be injured. There are also reports of gunfire in the area.
An event in regional Queensland is aiming to bring back a Christian focus to the celebration of Christmas. Bethlehem Live is an initiative of the combined churches of Bundaberg which have partnered with Scripture Union Queensland. SU Field Development Manager Lisa Hardie has told our newsroom, Christmas can often be a time of struggle with …Read More
In the US — A United Methodist church in Dundalk, Baltimore County has been fined 12 thousand dollars for allowing the homeless to take refuge on their grounds. Rev Katie Grover of Patapsco UMC says homelessness and poverty are chronic. She says as a church, the best they can do is not chase away those …Read More
Church organizations in Indonesia are scrambling to provide emergency relief for survivors of a powerful earthquake that killed more than a 100 people and left hundreds injured in Aceh province in Sumatra on Wednesday. The 6.5 magnitude quake also severely damaged hundreds of buildings in the predominantly Muslim province, including many homes, 18 mosques, and …Read More
A new film highlights some of the challenges facing asylum seekers in the UK through a modern retelling of the nativity story. This release has come the day after new figures from the Government were published – revealing that in September, almost 38,000 asylum seekers in the UK received accommodation and/or financial support of less …Read More
Midfielder Josh Kennedy will take over as skipper at Sydney from next year, with Jarrad McVeigh and Kieren Jack standing aside. The 28-year-old has told the AFL club’s website, he’s honoured and humbled to be given the captaincy, while Swans coach John Longmire says he expects Kennedy to excel in the role. Meantime at the …Read More