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State Of The Union Address

Tuesday 12th February

State Of The Union Address

Last week, US President Donald Trump delivered his 2019 State of the Union address with an […]

Midterm Post-Mortem

14th November 2018

Midterm Post-Mortem

Edith Cowan Center for Global Issues research Doctor Jamal Barnes joined RTRFM once again to discuss […]

Look at all the lonely people

13th November 2018

Look at all the lonely people

One in four Australians are lonely. Loneliness can make you sick. That’s just some of the […]

Senator Dean Smith – McKinnon Prize Winner

6th November 2018

Senator Dean Smith – McKinnon Prize Winner

In recent political climates, it can be pretty easy to view our politicians in a not-so-positive […]

Lock The Gate Alliance

10th October 2018

Lock The Gate Alliance

Lock the Gate is a national coalition of people from across the country that is  united […]

Lisa Camilo and The Brave Ones

26th September 2018

Lisa Camilo and The Brave Ones

Award winning film director Lisa Camilo chatted with Bec Bowman about her new documentary film Balentes (The […]

Youth Involvement in Politics

5th September 2018

Youth Involvement in Politics

This week, ECU journalism student Amber Wilkinson talked to Labor member for Wanneroo Sabine Winton about […]

The Second Cure

30th August 2018

The Second Cure

Margaret Morgan has been a lawyer, librettist and screenwriter for Water Rats and A Country Practice, […]

Liberal Leadership Crisis

23rd August 2018

Liberal Leadership Crisis

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull approached the media today to specify that he would not host a […]

Australian Greens leader Dr Richard Di Natale

25th July 2018

Australian Greens leader Dr Richard Di Natale

Richard Di Natale is the leader of the Australian Greens and Senator for Victoria. Dr Di […]

Oh my darling!

5th June 2018

Oh my darling!

This morning we heard from two parties with apparently diametrically opposed views, the Animal Justice Party […]

A Broader Perspective: Timor Leste, a youthful population in a young democracy

24th May 2018

A Broader Perspective: Timor Leste, a youthful population in a young democracy

Rewi Lyall spoke with Professor Damian Kingsbury of Deakin University and Associate Professor Udoy Saikia of […]

Greens Go Greener

18th April 2018

Greens Go Greener

The War on Drugs has failed and so should Marijuana be fully legalised, taxed and sold just […]

Free Trade Matters

11th April 2018

Free Trade Matters

Simon Beaton speaks with former Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb about his experiences. Exploring […]

Electoral Transparency in W.A.

19th March 2018

Electoral Transparency in W.A.

When a Chinese businessman made a $40,000 donation to the Queensland Liberal-National Party we found out […]