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Shazar Robinson – India rain water harvesting

25th July 2018

Shazar Robinson – India rain water harvesting

Shazar Robinson spends six months a year in Hubballi creating awareness about rainwater harvesting among farmers […]

Local Astrophysicist Turns Night Sky into Technicolor

28th June 2018

Local Astrophysicist Turns Night Sky into Technicolor

Local Astrophysicist Dr Natasha Hurley-Walker is giving us the opportunity to see the night sky in […]

Boycott Balloons Fremantle

28th June 2018

Boycott Balloons Fremantle

Latex balloons are marked as biodegradable, but can take years to break down, potentially harming birds […]

Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers

12th June 2018

Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers

Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, a name that many kids who grew up in the 1990s are […]

The Scully Effect

17th May 2018

The Scully Effect

Did you know that girls and women who watched The X-Files were more likely to pursue […]

Good Morning from Melbourne’s Good Morning

11th May 2018

Good Morning from Melbourne’s Good Morning

RTRFM’s Maggie Bochat had a yarn with Liam from Melbourne lo-fi indie duo, Good Morning. Liam chats about recording […]

FITTER | HAPPIER and the Youth Health Policy for W.A.

3rd May 2018

FITTER | HAPPIER and the Youth Health Policy for W.A.

Almost half a million young people aged 10 to 24 years are living in Western Australia; […]

Dirty Diesel and Evil Emissions

18th April 2018

Dirty Diesel and Evil Emissions

Curtin University’s Professor of Sustainability, Peter Newman, speaks with Simon Beaton, about the Volkswagen emission scandal, […]

Theme announced for Youth Week 2018

12th April 2018

Theme announced for Youth Week 2018

YOUTH WEEK for 2018 starts next week. The week is dedicated to shining the spotlight on […]

Denuclearising the Korean Peninsula – North Korea and U.S.

12th April 2018

Denuclearising the Korean Peninsula – North Korea and U.S.

North Korea recently told the US that it is prepared to discuss the denuclearisation of the […]

15th March 2018

Gender Equity campaign – NAVA Executive Director Esther Anatolitis

The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is championing Gender Equity in March, 2018, celebrating […]

International Women’s Day 2018 – Women in Music

8th March 2018

International Women’s Day 2018 – Women in Music

Libby Noble facilitated a frank conversation about women in music with local artists Em Burrows, Ofa […]

The Esther Foundation: Providing a Safe Space for W.A Women since ’97

1st March 2018

The Esther Foundation: Providing a Safe Space for W.A Women since ’97

 The Esther Foundation is an organization providing young Perth women with a safe space and place […]

We’re Not Fancy, But We’re Cheap!

22nd January 2018

We’re Not Fancy, But We’re Cheap!

Do you remember where you were when you found out WA Salvage went out of business? […]

Eyes on the road and hands upon the wheel …

5th December 2017

Eyes on the road and hands upon the wheel …

It’s a rite of passage everyone goes through, getting your first car and feeling the thrill […]