Migrant influx to the Central West

After recent news in Europe regarding the migrant crisis, Orange City Council are in the process of creating a better life for migrants in the Central West. It follows new research that aims to help migrants learn English and assimilate into society ...

What do we do? The Millennial Housing Market Mess

Sean O’Sullivan, 2MCE Extra  PARENTS have always told their children that buying their first home will always be hard, and yes although they’re right it’s never quite been this hard. Every time the capital city property market notches up another mile...

Greyhound Racing Bans (video)

Up until this point the effects of Premier Mike Baird’s ban on greyhound races in the central West has been unpredictable. The 2MCE extra team delved into the issue further to show the real Domino effect on the dogs and the small business owner...

A plea for sanity.

by Nkayla Afshariyan In rural and regional Australia, vital mental health services are lagging far behind those accessible in metropolitan regions. A lack of funding and a smaller population are primary reasons why these regions, including the Centra...

Bettering the Mental Health of the Central West

As of 2014 Over 4 million people in Australia suffer from some form of mental illness. Mental illness is defined as a condition which causes serious disorder in a person’s behavior or thinking. Whether that be anxiety or depression, or a more s...

$300m in funding towards domestic violence

By Lauren Irvine Just last month the New South Wales government announced that $300 million in budget funding would be allocated for victims of domestic violence. The package advised that more than $50 million would be used to help women who are in a...

Why is Pokemon on the Go?

Hello, my name is Jollyrandom… and I’m addicted to PokemonGo. What is this cultural phenomenon, and why does it seem so familiar? Pokemon became part of our lives in 1996, marking this year as the 20th Anniversary of the series. It began ...
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