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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
Christianity
WCC Condemns Attacks On Churches in Niger
press release. Attacks in Niger, resulting in the destruction of more than 70 churches and the killing of an undetermined number of people, were strongly condemned by the World Council of Churches (WCC). These events have come as repercussions following the Charlie Hebdo attack and the "Je suis....

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Destitute families taken to resort to shield them from public during Pope Francis’ visit
Manila: The government on Friday admitted rounding up dozens of destitute people from the streets of Metro Manila and temporarily billeting them to a resort south of the capital. In radio interviews, Social Welfare Secretary Corazon “Dinky” Soliman said her department gathered poor and homeless....

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2015 shaping up to wake political opponents from mid-term slumber
Here's the non-news from Canberra: the federal government is unpopular, key budget measures remain hostage to a hostile Senate and Prime Minister Tony Abbott is on the nose with his own side. For those of us waking from our disconnected summer slumber, one eye still on the cricket, the football or....

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2015 shaping up to wake political opponents from mid-term slumber
Here's the non-news from Canberra: the federal government is unpopular, key budget measures remain hostage to a hostile Senate and Prime Minister Tony Abbott is on the nose with his own side. For those of us waking from our disconnected summer slumber, one eye still on the cricket, the football or....

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Hottest 100 countdown — and Adelaide’s secret link
The web programmers of Sydney-based digital agency Made in Katana are the guys responsible for creating the voting system for the radio station’s annual Australia Day countdown — which they admit is getting swamped with Taylor Swift requests — and among the new tenants at the new music industry hub.

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School fetes leading the way
This time, in one month, Carnival 2015 would have been done and dusted, and most of the post-festival events, including Pan Trinbago’s Champs in Concert, would have been held. In fact, Catholics would have already gone to church and had ashes crossed on their foreheads.

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PM's courting of back bench 'a planned move'
Tony Abbott has been quietly ringing backbenchers since the start of the year, as he manages growing anxiety over his government's performance. But a source close to him denied the calls were an attempt to shore up flagging support, insisting they were for information gathering purposes and had....

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Aust risks second-rate status: Abbott
Tony Abbott says Australia risks becoming a second-rate country unless the Senate accepts the need for economic and budget reform. The prime minister is facing calls from within coalition ranks to lift his game, following a chaotic end to 2014 and an uncertain start to the new year.

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Tony Abbott praises senior ministers - but not Joe Hockey
Treasurer Joe Hockey hasn't made Prime Minister Tony Abbott's list of the government's top performing ministers. Photo: Andrew Meares. Tony Abbott has admitted that he "can always do better as prime minister" as he praised the performance of several key ministers - but not Treasurer Joe Hockey.

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Aust risks second-rate status: Abbott
Tony Abbott says Australia risks becoming a second-rate country unless the Senate accepts the need for economic and budget reform. The prime minister is facing calls from within coalition ranks to lift his game, following a chaotic end to 2014 and an uncertain start to the new year.

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PM's courting of back bench 'a planned move'
Tony Abbott has been quietly ringing backbenchers since the start of the year, as he manages growing anxiety over his government's performance. But a source close to him denied the calls were an attempt to shore up flagging support, insisting they were for information gathering purposes and had....

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