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Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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In 50 years and 10 months, Sydney Airport's longest-serving employee has seen it all

The date – October 2, 2000 – is etched in Graeme Brown's memory. "That was the busiest day in Sydney Airport's history until that point," says the longest-serving employee of Australia's oldest commercial airfield, which celebrates its centenary this month. "It was the day after the Sydney Olympics finished.
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In 50 years and 10 months, Sydney Airport's longest-serving employee has seen it all

The date – October 2, 2000 – is etched in Graeme Brown's memory. "That was the busiest day in Sydney Airport's history until that point," says the longest-serving employee of Australia's oldest commercial airfield, which celebrates its centenary this month. "It was the day after the Sydney Olympics finished.
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WATCH: Xolani Gwala’s official provincial funeral

Flowers and candles are pictured at the Memorial for radio personality Xolani Gwala at the Our Lady of Lourdes Rivonia Catholic Church, Rivonia, 5 November 2019. Gwala died at the age of 44 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Picture: Tracy Lee Stark Friends, family and colleagues have gathered in his hometown to pay their final respects.
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Green light for north-east CCTV network

Plans for a dedicated CCTV network in a north-east town have been approved. Rediscover Peterhead is behind the installation of 12 cameras at nine different locations in the town centre. The system will cover Broad Street, Drummers Corner, Marischal Street, Back Street, the council’s Buchan House and....
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The role of women in the struggle for Irish Independence to be discussed today in Galway

An event is taking place in Co Leitrim tonight to welcome plans for a direct-provision centre in the town. Proposals to house more than 100 asylum-seekers in apartments in Ballinamore have been 'paused' after local opposition. But tonight's event in the town; Free farmer health checks will be....
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Corporate Mammon: Amazon and the Seattle Council Elections

An enduring US political tradition was in evidence in Seattle recently. Amazon had decided that the city council elections would be too important to leave alone. Seattle was their city after all. The aim of the company was much in keeping with the manor lord who prosecutes keen poachers: fund....
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Presbyterian cleric who was criticised for... A Presbyterian minister whose friendship with the late Martin McGuinness split...

Rev David Latimer has revealed he will step down in the new year. The 68-year-old arrived in Londonderry over 30 years ago and stood in front of First Derry Presbyterian Church. Situated on a notorious interface between the loyalist Fountain and republican Bogside, it was spattered with paint and sheltering behind high security fences.
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Czechs and Germans in 1930s Czechoslovakia: a complex picture

The Czech Radio archives give us a rich and nuanced picture of the months leading up to the Munich Agreement of September 1938 that resulted in Nazi Germany annexing huge areas of Czechoslovakia. So many recordings survive that we can reconstruct the events leading up to Munich almost day by day.
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Miriam Lord: So long, Uncle Gaybo, even in death you got it right

Even in death, got it right. His funeral, the final production, was pitch-perfect in tone and mood: a very conventional send-off for a most extraordinary man. And for the last time, like almost every time, Gaybo hit all his marks. This special was directed by Kathleen. She chose the music and the readings and the people who would speak.
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'A lifeline to the outside world': The legacy of Uncle Gaybo

"Gay Byrne meant so much to the woman, particularly the woman at home. I heard one remark that stuck with me: the husband went off to work, the children went to school and the woman was left with Gay on the radio and it was her lifeline to the outer world.
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‘He didn’t get his spine at Kmart’

THE biggest cheers at Tony Abbott's tribute dinner, other than for the man of the moment, were for Peter Dutton. That's quite a feat, given speakers included miracle worker Scott Morrison and living legend John Howard. Why did Dutton out-do them? Well first, he was the funniest. And second, he was the most direct.
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