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Maduro, Politicised Aid and A Country in Turmoil

Monday 18th February

Maduro, Politicised Aid and A Country in Turmoil

Widespread political instability, hyperinflation and a severely crippled health service are only the surface lesions plaguing […]

Breaking Down the Buzzword: Populism

Monday 11th February

Breaking Down the Buzzword: Populism

Populism. It’s a buzzword coated with negative associations, but what does it actually mean? And can […]

Armchair Ethicist – The Attainted and The Unattainable

Thursday 7th February

Armchair Ethicist – The Attainted and The Unattainable

It’s a new year and, for most people, a chance for a new ‘me’…but in an […]

Retail & Hospitality Workers are People too!

13th December 2018

Retail & Hospitality Workers are People too!

We get it. It’s Christmas time. The shops are busy, the people are stressed… But does […]

U.S Politics Hitting a Wall

13th December 2018

U.S Politics Hitting a Wall

Dr Ian Cook from Murdoch University joins Jorja Keay on The Mag to let us know what’s […]

Tack ECU 3rd Fashion

3rd December 2018

Tack ECU 3rd Fashion

Nicole Miller, Yani Ryan and Kristie Barnett are 3rd year fashion students at Edith Cowan University […]

Fitter Happier – 3rd December International Persons w/ Disabilities Day

30th November 2018

Fitter Happier – 3rd December International Persons w/ Disabilities Day

3 December is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Did you know 1 in 5 […]

Senator Jordon Steele-John, 1 Year On

26th November 2018

Senator Jordon Steele-John, 1 Year On

Senator Jordon Steele-John speaks with RTRFM’s Jane Hebiton about his first year in parliament and all […]

National Arts and Disability Strategy

20th November 2018

National Arts and Disability Strategy

Meagan Shand, CEO of Arts Access Australia speaks with Jane Hebiton about the National Arts and […]

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 […]

“Food Insecurity a huge problem”

13th November 2018

“Food Insecurity a huge problem”

Six weeks out from Christmas, the big, hearty Christmas meals that those of us who celebrate […]

WARSHIP art installed for 100th Armistice Day

8th November 2018

WARSHIP art installed for 100th Armistice Day

A 14 metre art instillation by local WA artist Jo Derbyshire has been set up at […]

Consuming ANZAC – Jo Hawkins with The Mag

8th November 2018

Consuming ANZAC – Jo Hawkins with The Mag

Historian Jo Hawkins discussing her book – Consuming ANZAC: The History of Australia’s Most Powerful Brand […]

Lillian’s Eden

31st October 2018

Lillian’s Eden

Debut Novelist Cheryl Adam talks with Maggie Bochat about her experiences in foreign countries including being […]

MYAN WA – Youth Settlement Training

30th October 2018

MYAN WA – Youth Settlement Training

Speaking to Maggie Bochat is Imara Mandred from the MYAN (Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network). They’re talking […]