Bathurst Beat Radio Current Affairs July 19, 2018

Bathurst’s winter festival, homelessness and the closure of much-loved Tex-Mex eatery Tommy’s all feature in this half hour of live and local current affairs. If you missed the live stream, never fear, you can hear it all again here. Pres...

Exciting Changes for Central West Sports

Changes to several sporting competitions in the Central West has resulted in benefits for numerous clubs involved including Charles Sturt Universities own Mitchell rugby club and Mungoes rugby league club.

The Preatures Light Up Bathurst At Their CSU Concert

Sydney band The Preatures played at Charles Sturt University last night in front of a packed crowd. As a part of their regional ‘Magic’ tour they hit Bathurst on Wednesday. Georgie Spence, the creator of music website The Soundscape, atte...

Sport a staple of CSU culture

BY JACK BLYTH Nothing brings people closer together than sport. It’s a gigantic statement to make, but it’s more fact than fiction. No matter the circumstance, over the course of time, when faced with some sort of competition, people band...

Is Fortnite A Negative Influence On Young Gamers?

By Eden Rodgers With the latest season of Fortnite dominating screens all over the world, its unlikely to encounter someone who hasn’t heard of this gaming giant. This cartoon style first person shooter requires players to fight to the death to claim...

Western NSW in desperate need of rain

BY PATRICK HOGAN Much of New South Wales is in desperate need of rain as the drought has taken its toll on farmers and their families, with resources and water coming to an all time low and farmers desperately trying to stay on top. Organisations lik...
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