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Friday 11th September
Sally Whyte from The Canberra Times shares the latest political news from the nation’s capital and […]
Monday 31st August
Canberra Times political correspondent Sally Whyte joins RTRFM once again for another look at all things […]
Tuesday 11th August
A massive episode of The Swing this week! Chris and Danae catch up with WA Treasurer […]
Tuesday 24th March
Over the past five years, Research Fellow Michelle Peterie has conducted over 70 interviews with regular […]
Monday 16th March
Political correspondent for the Canberra Times, Sally Whyte gives On the Record an update on Parliament […]
Tuesday 18th February
Last week, the Senate Committee on Community Affairs tabled an interim report on its investigation into […]
Thursday 23rd January
New book Radical Perth, Militant Fremantle tells the story of the state’s radical history through thirty-four […]
29th October 2019
Australian author Margaret Simmons has made her career by writing political biographies and gardening books. Her latest, […]
14th October 2019
This week has already started off hectic for the Prime Minister’s office, with an accidental leak […]
26th August 2019
Canberra Times political correspondent Sally Whyte joins RTRFM once again to discuss all things ScoMo.
29th July 2019
Canberra Times political reporter Sally Whyte joined RTRFM once again to discuss what to expect in […]
12th June 2019
With the end of the federal election and its shock result, the death of Bob Hawke, […]
18th April 2018
Over 7 million Australians have tried marijuana, and in a recent poll, over 55% were in […]