Tuesday 9 Aug 2022 · News
The Australian pop icon has died, leaving behind a treasured legacy of music, movies and philanthropy.
Friday 29 Jul 2022 · Faith
The decline in Australia of those who call themselves Christian has been remarkable over the past decade. The past five decades has seen a dramatic drop.
Sunday 24 Jul 2022 · Faith
Whether your preferred party won the recent election or not, remember that political parties don’t have ultimate authority, that is the place of God.
Tuesday 12 Jul 2022 · News
It may seem we’re becoming a more secular society, but NCLS Research Director says that conclusion is too narrow to make from the data.
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Tuesday 26 Apr 2022 · Faith
With lockdowns perhaps a thing of the past, religious services have seen numbers of the faithful steadily returning to more normal sizes.
Tuesday 7 Sep 2021 · Culture
Melbourne's lockdown led Lisa Millar to look back and reflect on the trauma she's witnessed as a foreign correspondent and how she still finds joys.
Monday 12 Jul 2021 · Entertainment
The match was won in three sets against Czech Karolina Pliskova, who Barty said was an “exceptional” competitor.
Wednesday 9 Jun 2021 · News
Two Australians want to change the way we think about unifying the country.
Friday 7 May 2021 · Station News · The Long Lunch with Steve
"It just takes one person to make a big difference is somebody's life." Salt 106.5 community coming the rescue for May's Mates Month.
Wednesday 5 May 2021 · Station News · The Long Lunch with Steve
Week two Mates Month winner, Carolyn, celebrates with Steve D. Thanks to Network Communications want to help you help out your mate.
Wednesday 28 Apr 2021 · News
On the 25th anniversary of the horrific attack, an Australian parish will hold a vigil to remember the 35 people who lost their lives.
Monday 12 Apr 2021 · News
Here's what's happening around the country to honour our ANZACs this year. It looks a little different for each state and territory.