Joseph Mateo Memorial Court

A small suburb in Orange was shaken when a young resident took his own life. But his friends and family have now come together to commemorate his life with what he loved to do most.   Karina Robson reports.  

Electrical Giants Go Head To Head

Written by: Monique Bellamy With JB HIFI officially opening its doors to the community this week, there has been much talk about how the retail giant will shape up against other leading electrical businesses in Bathurst. With opening day cracking nin...

Real Estate Boom: Bathurst up for Grabs

By Wilson Smith, Katreena Shelley & Brodie Smith   Is the city of Bathurst headed for an economic and residential boom, or has it already arrived? Katreena Shelley takes a look at the improving situation for Central West residents.

Old Boys Day [Radio]

For years male sports in Australia have been portrayed in the media as hard games played by hard men. However Bathurst local club CSU Mitchell is challenging this stereotype as they show the softer side off the field. Listen below for the full story&...

First Home Buyers: A Regional Future

By Brodie Smith, Katreena Shelley & Wilson Smith   While experts are predicting a property boom for the central west, local residents are struggling to see any benefit from the state grants which are supposed to make buying a first home easi...

Joseph Mateo Memorial Court

By Karina Robson A community in the Orange suburb of Glenroi were left shaken, after one young resident took his life. Joseph Mateo was a 19 year old boy who loved basketball and now his friends and family are looking to raise awareness through the t...

To the Bone- Helpful or Hindrance?

Netflix’s new movie To The Bone depicts a young girls journey with having and treating an eating disorder. Speaking to Joanna Doley from La Trobe university, reporter Karina Robson tries to find out if the movie is just raising awareness or gla...

Research Shows Exercise helps your Mental Health

By Lauren Caruana, Ciara Bastow, Ainsleigh Crisp and Katie Thomas Suicide Prevention Australia has teamed up with Anytime Fitness to host the annual 24-hour treadmill challenge, in order to raise awareness and funds for those affected by mental illne...

A regional investment: Banks falling short of the mark

Mitchell Bestwick of One Agency Bestwick Real Estate is excited for Bathurst’s proposed property boom.   Banks falling short of the mark by Brodie Smith   Local young people are struggling to see any benefit to Bathurst’s supposed property...

Broken Apology: St.Stanislaus College Apology Garden

By Kevin Nelson   Photo: Kevin Nelson St.Stanislaus College has recently announced plans for an ‘Apology Garden’ to be constructed on the school grounds to recognise the victims of sexual abuse that occurred throughout the school. The idea for t...
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