Exercise is doing wonders for mental health

Suicide Prevention Australia and Anytime Fitness have joined forces to put on a 24hr treadmill challenge, with the hopes of raising awareness and money for the organisation. Local GP, Rishard Albi told us about some signs and symptoms that you can lo...

First Home Buyers: A Regional Future

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 easier. From the first of July, stamp duty was abolished for all...

The Birds and The Bees: A Sustainable Future

Bees are a vital part of our ecosystem, pollinating close to 100% of all horticultural crops in Australia. Almonds, avocados, strawberries, coffee and of course honey are just a small few of the sweets provided by our humble bee friends. After a worr...

A Day for the Boys: Both Old and Young

It was the perfect weekend for the annual Charles Sturt University (CSU) Mitchell Rugby Old Boys Day, with over 60 ‘old boys’ coming together to celebrate the family of rugby. While the local CSU  boys didn’t walk away with the win ...

Journalism students cover Bathurst and Central West

Third-year journalism students from Charles Sturt University have launched a six-week project to cover Bathurst and surrounds. More than 30 students are working to produce TV, radio and online journalism as part of the 2MCE Extra project, right here ...

It’s cold, but things are heating up…

A trillion-tonne iceberg has broken off from Antartica, the latest and largest on record in a series of a worrying trend. Better get onto combating global warming now, so we can continue to enjoy the merry festivities of Bathurst Winter Festival for ...
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