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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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Progress and retrogression in 53 years
So, today is the 53rd anniversary of our political independence. The physical improvements in Jamaica since August 6, 1962 have been vast. This progress has been marred by violence which has grown to intolerable levels. It started as partisan political violence, but took on a life of its own,....

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Tony Abbott says MPs' party fundraiser expenses claims fair, but urges prudence
The prime minister says public should be prepared to pay for ‘reasonable’ claims, but says politicians need to be responsible, ‘if possible frugal’ Tony Burke says although he is 100% confident flying his children to Uluru business class was within the rules, it was ‘beyond community expectations’. Photograph: Torsten Blackwood/AFP/Getty Images.

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Burke submits expenses to Finance, but insists they are within the rules
Federal Labor frontbencher Tony Burke has referred his expense claims to the Finance Department, but insists they are within the rules. Mr Burke's move came as Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he had no problem with MPs taking taxpayer-funded cars to party fundraisers, but not luxury helicopters as in the case of former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop.

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Labor's Burke submits claims to Finance
MR Burke's move came as Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he had no problem with MPs taking taxpayer-funded cars to party fundraisers, but not luxury helicopters as in the case of former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop. The prime minister attended a Liberal fundraiser in Victoria on Wednesday night, taking a car and a police escort.

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Tony Abbott attends Liberal Party fund-raiser near Geelong
Prime Minister Tony Abbott quietly attended a Liberal party fund-raiser near Geelong on Wednesday night amid continuing controversy over parliamentary entitlements, and the use of government resources to attend such events. The dinner at the Clyde Park vineyard came three weeks after the row over....

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Tony Abbott attends Liberal Party fund-raiser near Geelong
Prime Minister Tony Abbott quietly attended a Liberal party fund-raiser near Geelong on Wednesday night amid continuing controversy over parliamentary entitlements, and the use of government resources to attend such events. The dinner at the Clyde Park vineyard came three weeks after the row over....

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For the Love of Social Good: My Stroll With Blossom Nnodim
"Dumb activated ideas are more likely to impact than smart inactivated ideas" ~ Blossom Nnodim. In this interesting conversation with Blossom Nnodim, we discuss her life so far; the social media drama that went down during the 2015 general elections in Nigeria; TEDxOwerri, and much more. You can download this interview on The Stroll Podcast .

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Jewish extremist behind recent terror attacks gets 6 months in jail
Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon signed an order late Tuesday that jails extremist Mordechai Meyer ( C) , from the West Bank settlement of Maaleh Adumim, for six months. Israel has jailed a Jewish extremist for six months without charges or trial, expanding a crackdown against militant Jews and....

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Two S. Sudanese Pastors in Khartoum Released
The two South Sudanese pastors who have been jailed in Sudan for nearly eight months have been released today, Wednesday, sources told Radio Tamazuj from Khartoum. Families of the two pastors expressed their happiness as they confirmed the release of their spouses.

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End entitlements 'tit-for-tat': Sinodinos
A senior Liberal has called for an end to the "tit-for-tat" over parliamentary entitlements. Within a few months MPs will face a new set of rules after Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a review into the existing system, led by former Finance Department secretary David Tune.

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End entitlements 'tit-for-tat': Sinodinos
A senior Liberal has called for an end to the "tit-for-tat" over parliamentary entitlements. Within a few months MPs will face a new set of rules after Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a review into the existing system, led by former Finance Department secretary David Tune.

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