Bunuru Festival: A Celebration of Indigenous Culture

Bunuru Festival: A Celebration of Indigenous Culture

Yagan Square will be open over the weekend to celebrate the end of Bunuru, the Noongar second summer. WAM have again been asked to curate live music and entertainment for Bunuru Festival to enhance activities and bring the community together to celebrate WA’s Indigenous culture.  There’s something for...

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1 hour ago, WAM

PREMIERE: Silver Hills

PREMIERE: Silver Hills

After bursting back into our ears with their single Indian Ocean, Perth indie dream-pop outfit Silver Hills are following up with the second taste of their debut album, First Sight, with the extra serving of aural goodness that is Double Breakfast.  A melancholic musing of mortality and unrequited love, Double...

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1 hour ago, RTRFM

Acrobatic performers put on a show for motorists stopped at West Perth traffic lights

Two guys have taken the role of street performers to the next level, putting on an acrobatic display at a set of lights in Perth.

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2 hours ago, The West Australian

From Rihanna To Vogue, Here’s How This Aussie Photographer Cracked The Industry

Some people are just so talented it hurts. One of said talented people is James J Robinson. But rather than be jealous of the Melbourne photographer and filmmaker, we’re pretty stoked because this homegrown talent is making waves around the world with his moody, thought-provoking work.  He...

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2 hours ago, The Urban List

Dockers Close Out AFLW With The Win

Dockers Close Out AFLW With The Win

The third year of the AFLW competition came to a close over the weekend with the Fremantle Dockers beating North Melbourne to secure their place in the finals. RTR reporter Jesse Begley was there at Fremantle Oval to document the win.

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2 hours ago, RTRFM

Two guys have taken the role of street performers to the next level, putting on an acrobatic show at an intersection in West Perth.

Two guys have taken the role of street performers to the next level, putting on an acrobatic show at an intersection in West Perth.

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2 hours ago, The West Australian

No-Take Marine Sanctuaries Becoming Accepted

No-Take Marine Sanctuaries Becoming Accepted

‘No-take’ marine sanctuaries, which ban the taking or disturbing of any marine life, are widely recognised as vital for aquatic conservation. And while the establishment of these marine parks are rightly supported by all manner of green groups and environmentally conscious individuals, a recent...

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2 hours ago, RTRFM

Ramifications of Christchurch Mosque Attack

Ramifications of Christchurch Mosque Attack

The Christchurch terror attack has left New Zealand, Australia and the world reeling in horror. With the death toll rising to 50 victims and another 50 injured in Friday’s attacks, the 15th of March will be remembered as one of the darkest days in New Zealand’s history. Criminologist and international...

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2 hours ago, RTRFM

Kelmscott IGA shopkeeper accused of locking up boy faces court

Kelmscott IGA shopkeeper accused of locking up boy faces court

A shop owner accused of locking a young boy in a storeroom after allegedly catching him stealing a Coca-Cola has faced court for the first time.

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3 hours ago, The West Australian

Izatang give us Carpet Burns

Izatang give us Carpet Burns

It was all smiles (and facts) on Breakfast with Taylah when Izatang stopped by for a catch up. They’ve just released their debut single to the world, detailing mild but fair punishment in Carpet Burns. The band announced they’ll be laying low with new music and a bigger release on the way...

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3 hours ago, RTRFM

Netflix Just Revealed Its Next Choose Your Own Adventure Series

Netflix Just Revealed Its Next Choose Your Own Adventure Series

The rise and rise of Netflix has seen this juggernaut streaming service produce original content worthy of an Oscar, rule the anthology world, take on all things sci-fi and as of last year, experiment with interactive shows. Whether or not you were riding the bandwagon of Netflix’s first show...

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5 hours ago, The Urban List

PREMIERE: Bass Lemon

PREMIERE: Bass Lemon

It’s two for the price of one with Bass Lemon, who’ve readied their debut twin tracks, Give Me A Slice and No Means No. The dynamic young soul/rock outfit first exploded onto the original music scene at the beginning of 2018 and show no signs of slowing down with now over fifty gigs under...

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6 hours ago, RTRFM

How bikini girl Hannah Valentine’s sexy pix led to dud tix

How bikini girl Hannah Valentine’s sexy pix led to dud tix

A prolific online ticket scammer — who had pleaded guilty to ripping off more than 100 would-be concert goers to the tune of $10,000 — is set to face three dozen extra charges.

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12 hours ago, The West Australian

Sarah Martin: Major parties must offer policy and not flirt with racist ideology of Senator 19 and his ilk

He spouts his racist propaganda while drawing a $200,000-a-year taxpayer-funded salary, complete with all trimmings thanks to the torchbearer of Australian fascist politics, Pauline Hanson.

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12 hours ago, The West Australian

Laura Newell: Prognosis still not great for health-related techno gadgets

New technology is great but we have to be very wary of placing total faith in it until we’ve really looked at its effectiveness.

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12 hours ago, The West Australian

Scott Morrison lags behind Labor leader Bill Shorten in wooing the west

With the Federal election looming, Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing a serious WA travel deficit compared with Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.

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12 hours ago, The West Australian

Taking Care of Business: LinkedIn with Fay McLean

Taking Care of Business: LinkedIn with Fay McLean

LinkedIn seems to have forgotten in the flurry of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  But if you’re aiming at a different, more corporate market, then perhaps LinkedIn is exactly where you want to be. Cat Paz speaks with Fay McLean of Laser Communications

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15 hours ago, RTRFM

Family Friendly Events for April

Family Friendly Events for April

Family Friendly Events for April Easter and school holidays are not far off! We’re well into Autumn now. We should have cooler weather for getting out and about and there are Easter celebrations are just around the corner. If you’re looking for family-friendly events and activities for the month...

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16 hours ago, Buggybuddys

Former Fremantle Docker Rhys Palmer ‘awake, talking’ after bike crash, says his dad

Former Fremantle Dockers footballer Rhys Palmer is “100 per cent better” than he was on Sunday, his relieved father said.

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20 hours ago, The West Australian

Perth father in fear after baby allegedly punched by stranger outside Innaloo pub

A father has told how he now feels paranoid and does not trust people around his newborn baby after the infant was allegedly punched by a stranger outside an Innaloo pub.

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20 hours ago, The West Australian

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