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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
Bishop rules out challenging Abbott
THE assurance came as the foreign minister joined the prime minister and cabinet colleagues for a strategy meeting in Canberra on Tuesday before a policy-focused ministerial meeting on Wednesday. "I am not campaigning for the job of prime minister," Ms Bishop told the meeting. "I am not ringing the backbench asking for support.

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How Obama can use the power of the veto and still avoid being nicknamed 'President No'
Congress' expected final passage of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline bill sets up the first square veto confrontation between President Obama and the new Republican-controlled Congress. It marks the first time in his presidency when significant measures he opposes are likely to land on his....

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Domestic violence and the professional woman
The murder of veteran journalist and television presenter Marcia Henville has left an entire nation but more specifically the population of professional women, advocates for women and activists for the at-risk and vulnerable, deeply disturbed by this tragedy.

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Abbott tells MPs to 'knuckle down' amid leadership rumblings
Tony Abbott has declared today "Back to Work Tuesday" as he continues to try to quash speculation that his leadership is under threat. Poor polling for the Prime Minister and the massive swing against the Liberal National Party in Queensland has fuelled calls from within the party to replace Mr Abbott.

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Ray D’Arcy in the soup as first day at RT
It opened with a sigh, continued with a groan, and quickly it became apparent that RTÉ Radio 1’s new or at least reconditioned signing was in the soup. Ray D’Arcy, returning to the national broadcaster after a 14-year sabbatical at Today FM, might have decided to come back with a bang, introducing a....

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Barnett blames Hockey for Abbott failure
MR Barnett said the Prime Minister had been let down by a couple of his colleagues, before singling out the Treasurer. "I don't think the Treasurer's done a great job and that last budget was flawed and therefore the leader ends up wearing it," Mr Barnett told Perth radio 96fm on Tuesday.

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Casualties in shopping mall blast
MORTGAGE customers should hold off fixing their loans and push their lenders for a better rate amid speculation the cash rate will drop. CABINET ministers say the relationship between Tony Abbott and Julie Bishop is at breaking point as leadership speculation continues to mount.

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PM plays down 'Canberra insider gossip'
Tony Abbott is playing down reports about the leadership intentions of his deputy as "insider gossip". But he's also repeatedly refused to say whether Julie Bishop has promised not to challenge him for the country's top job. "I am not going to play these Canberra insider games," he told the Seven Network.

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Australian Leader Alters Course After Losing State Vote
SYDNEY, Australia — Prime Minister Tony Abbott, struggling to keep unhappy political allies from toppling him, said on Monday that he would abandon some costly and unpopular policies and refocus his attention on the economy. Mr. Abbott, who leads a coalition of Liberal and National Party members,....

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See the Drama that happens at JCC, KIUNAs using gullible followers like Tissue Papers.
Monday, January 2, 2015 - Flashy City pastors Allan Kiuna and Kathy of Jubilee Christian Centre (JCC), have become the latest talk of town as some Kenyans accuse them of preaching the gospel of prosperity rather than the real gospel of taking people to heaven.

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Michael A. Tritto Sr., Spanish teacher, acclaimed poet
Nov. 24, 1939 – Jan. 30, 2015. Michael A. Tritto Sr., a longtime Spanish teacher and award-winning poet, died Friday of prostate cancer in St. John Baptist/Hospice Buffalo. He was 75. Born in Buffalo, Mr. Tritto grew up on the West Side. He was a graduate of Bishop Fallon High School, and received a....

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Verse of the day

Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. Matthew, 18. 21


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