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Are You Reliant on Technology?

4th July 2017

Are You Reliant on Technology?

Is our reliance on technology dumbing us down? As we hurtle into the 21st Century it […]

Looking for Micro plastics

4th July 2017

Looking for Micro plastics

We know the downsides to plastic bottles and coffee cups, but the closer we look for […]

Youth Stepping Into Parliament

4th July 2017

Youth Stepping Into Parliament

This week a wonderful group of dedicated youth leaders are jumping into parliament to lead YMCA […]

Underwater Australian Discoveries

27th June 2017

Underwater Australian Discoveries

Scientist from Victoria Museum and Australia’s CSIRO research body have started to shine a light on […]

Challenges Through Refugee Week

20th June 2017

Challenges Through Refugee Week

Despite upcoming centre closures and compensation payouts, immigration policy in Australia remains reactionary, knee-jerk and increasingly […]

battle of the bag ban

6th June 2017

battle of the bag ban

In some areas of Perth like Fremantle this battle started years ago, With time and time […]

Understanding this UK Election

6th June 2017

Understanding this UK Election

The UK General Election is around the corner and it’s looking pretty close. What are the […]

Escalation of Cyber-Attacks

16th May 2017

Escalation of Cyber-Attacks

What exactly is RandsomWare? And how do we stop it from spreading? RTRFM’s JON DAVIDSON speaks […]

Into The Light, Out Of The Shadow

16th May 2017

Into The Light, Out Of The Shadow

Beloved Broadcast Icon MARK COLVIN passed away last week aged 65. With a Career span of […]

Over-Representation of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women In Prison

16th May 2017

Over-Representation of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women In Prison

Female Indigenous imprisonment has risen nearly 150 percent since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in […]

Meatonomics and other animal matters

2nd May 2017

Meatonomics and other animal matters

What’s the true cost of factory farming ? Should there be a tax on meat? Lawyer […]

BUDGET CUTS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

2nd May 2017

BUDGET CUTS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

Recently Education Minister Simon Birmingham outlined changes to current student funding. Universities Australia has stated that […]

Literary Youth Festival

11th April 2017

Literary Youth Festival

The festival aims to create opportunities for young aspiring writers and nourish a literary movement.; seeking […]

An unsettling resettlement

11th April 2017

An unsettling resettlement

With the announcement of the closure of the Manus Island Detention Centre, calls for urgent arrangements […]

Bleached

11th April 2017

Bleached

Unprecedented back-to-back annual coral bleaching events have affected two-thirds of the Great Barrier Reef, with this […]