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On-Farm Experimentation

Tuesday 11th June

On-Farm Experimentation

Farmers and growers are being recruited to take part in Curtin and Murdoch’s On-Farm Experimentation project, […]

100 Families WA

Tuesday 11th June

100 Families WA

100 Families WA is a collaborative research project between eight not-for-profit organisations in the community services […]

Macadamia nuts originating in QLD

Monday 10th June

Macadamia nuts originating in QLD

According to new research The Global Macadamia industry may have originated from a single tree taken […]

Reporters Without Borders on The Mag

Monday 10th June

Reporters Without Borders on The Mag

The Australian media landscape is still reeling from a series of raids by the AFP (Australian […]

Rachel Arianne Ogle’s Return

Monday 27th May

Rachel Arianne Ogle’s Return

WA dancer Rachel Arianne Ogle is bringing two of her shows to the State Theatre Centre of WA […]

Housing and Mental Health Prospects

Monday 27th May

Housing and Mental Health Prospects

Though there is an obvious understanding in the bi-directional relationship between mental health and housing and […]

Human Trafficking Remains Returned

Monday 27th May

Human Trafficking Remains Returned

An ugly chapter of human trafficking and black-market trading of body parts in Western Australia has […]

Jupiter Orbiting

Thursday 23rd May

Jupiter Orbiting

Independent creator and performer of Kalkadoon heritage Joshua Pether is bringing his sci-fi adventure Jupiter Orbiting […]

World Bee Day

Monday 20th May

World Bee Day

May 20 is World Bee Day, dated after the birthday of famed beekeeper Anton Janša. The […]

Federal Election Aftermath

Monday 20th May

Federal Election Aftermath

Murdoch University political lecturer Dr Ian Cook joins RTRFM once again, this time to discuss the […]

Wildboy’s Adventure to Cape Byron

Monday 13th May

Wildboy’s Adventure to Cape Byron

On 15 May, Brando Yelavich is going to attempt to cross Australia (by bike) between its […]

Honey Grounds and Prescribed Burns

Monday 13th May

Honey Grounds and Prescribed Burns

Commercial beekeepers in Western Australia say damage to honey grounds from prescribed burns is having a […]

Hope For After-Mining Plants

Monday 15th April

Hope For After-Mining Plants

Curtin’s research into the ability of native flora to re-establish on post-mining landforms has identified a […]

RED Grant and the First Robot Competition

Monday 15th April

RED Grant and the First Robot Competition

Murdoch University’s Dr Graham Mann spoke to RTRFM about the First Robot Competition, Murdoch’s study of […]

Scarborough Beach To Stay Beached

Monday 15th April

Scarborough Beach To Stay Beached

Major concerns over potential clearing of dunes at Scarborough Beach have led to a group called […]