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What’s Going On In Canberra?

Monday 26th October

What’s Going On In Canberra?

Canberra Times political correspondent Sally Whyte joins RTRFM once again for another look at all things […]

Parkinson’s and COVID-19

Thursday 15th October

Parkinson’s and COVID-19

Much about the long-term health effects of COVID-19 is still not fully understood, but researchers have […]

COVID-19 and the Academic Gender Divide

Tuesday 13th October

COVID-19 and the Academic Gender Divide

Recent studies from La Trobe University have revealed how COVID-19 is widening the academic gender divide. […]

The Gig Economy and COVID-19

Thursday 24th September

The Gig Economy and COVID-19

Australia’s official unemployment rate fell last month from 7.5 per cent to 6.8 per cent, with […]

Starting A Shop When The World Stops

Wednesday 16th September

Starting A Shop When The World Stops

Starting a business is always a little bit scary and a little bit risky, but Melbourne […]

What’s Going On In Canberra?

Monday 14th September

What’s Going On In Canberra?

Canberra Times political correspondent Sally Whyte joined RTRFM for another look at all things Australian politics […]

Corona Abroad

Monday 7th September

Corona Abroad

As the world is grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, many countries are experiencing different levels of […]

Keeping A Diary In 2020

Wednesday 2nd September

Keeping A Diary In 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic and its associated lockdowns changing many facets of living seemingly overnight, many […]

Universal Vaccinations and Alternative Facts

Tuesday 25th August

Universal Vaccinations and Alternative Facts

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison recently announced an agreement between the federal government and Oxford-based pharmaceutical […]

COVID-19 and Identity Theft

Monday 24th August

COVID-19 and Identity Theft

The coronavirus pandemic has seen issues of identity theft and cybercrime increase as scammers have targeted […]

JobSeeker and the Pandemic

Monday 17th August

JobSeeker and the Pandemic

After many months of a boost to Newstart payments, the rate is about to fall to […]

International Students Stranded

Monday 17th August

International Students Stranded

With the national borders closed, thousands of international students have been riding out the pandemic here […]

FITTER | HAPPIER: Contact Tracing

Thursday 6th August

FITTER | HAPPIER: Contact Tracing

Western Australia continues to see low numbers in COVID-19, but we have seen how this could […]

Naming and Shaming: Should It Be?

Thursday 6th August

Naming and Shaming: Should It Be?

Two young Brisbane women allegedly broke COVID-19 border restriction laws when they returned from an apparent […]

The State of the Pandemic

Tuesday 14th July

The State of the Pandemic

With COVID-19 quarantine regulations becoming stricter by the week, hotels are filling up and becoming prisons […]