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Vaccine Developed for Endangered Aussie Bird Species

Tuesday 25th June

Vaccine Developed for Endangered Aussie Bird Species

Highly common and highly infectious Psittacine Circoviral Disease (PCD), commonly known as Beak and Feather Disease, […]

Anniversary of Australia’s Global Internet

Tuesday 25th June

Anniversary of Australia’s Global Internet

Australia joined the global internet on June 23rd, 1989. At the time the internet had been […]

WA 2019 Cancer Researcher of the Year

Tuesday 25th June

WA 2019 Cancer Researcher of the Year

Professor Gary Lee, medical researcher at the University of Western Australia, was instrumental in setting up […]

Movie Squad: Rocketman & Godzilla II: King of the Monsters

Tuesday 4th June

Movie Squad: Rocketman & Godzilla II: King of the Monsters

Our dynamite duo Tristan Fidler & Simon Miruado are back for another week of Movie Squad. We first […]

Friday Mix: Jaxon Lamond

Friday 31st May

Friday Mix: Jaxon Lamond

RTRFM presenter and DJ, Jaxon Lamond,  joined Teri on Breakfast for the Friday Mix. Jaxon talks about […]

Revelation Film Festival

Friday 31st May

Revelation Film Festival

Teri was joined on Breakfast by Richard Sowada, founder and director of Revelation Film Festival. This […]

Sacred Paws’ Run Around The Sun

Friday 31st May

Sacred Paws’ Run Around The Sun

Scottish indie-pop duo Sacred Paws burst on to the map with their 2016 debut LP Strike a Match in such […]

Terrorism Symposium

Tuesday 28th May

Terrorism Symposium

Over the past decade the frequency of international terrorist attacks has been growing, and due to […]

Community Attitudes Towards Violence Against Women

Tuesday 28th May

Community Attitudes Towards Violence Against Women

25 year old Courtney Herron was found deceased in a park in an inner Melbourne suburb, […]

National Volunteer Week

Tuesday 21st May

National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week, running from May 20 to May 26, is the annual celebration to acknowledge […]

Assisted Dying Bill Potentially In Works

Tuesday 21st May

Assisted Dying Bill Potentially In Works

Earlier this year, a panel was appointed by health minister Roger Cook and was tasked with […]

Committee Into Euthanasia

Tuesday 21st May

Committee Into Euthanasia

A joint select committee was formed in 2017 to undertake an inquiry into voluntary assisted dying, […]

Australia’s First Naturalists

Tuesday 14th May

Australia’s First Naturalists

As silent partners, Aboriginal Australians gave Europeans their first views of iconic animals, such as the […]

Yeelirrie Uranium Mining Project Signed Off On

Tuesday 14th May

Yeelirrie Uranium Mining Project Signed Off On

Since Western Mining Corporation discovered Uranium in 1971 at Yeelirrie on Tjiwarl land, about 1000km north […]

Sled-dog Support Skyrockets

Tuesday 14th May

Sled-dog Support Skyrockets

Forestry Minister, Dave Kelly, had announced the twenty successful applicants of the Forest Products Commission (FPC) […]