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 ...

Domestic violence rates rise

By April Stons In Australia around one in three women have experienced physical violence, and almost one in five have experience sexual violence since the age of 15. In NSW women are statistically proven to be safer than women in other states as 2.7%...

Housing Prosperity for the Central West

Retirement is not that far away for the country’s baby boomers, and many may have their eyes set on Bathurst. Have a listen to this story, where we break down negative gearing and what it means for the Central West.

Bathurst Blood Drive

The Red Cross Bathurst Mobile Donor Centre is in town, in an effort to collect more blood at a time when supplies drop. As the cooler weather sets in, blood donations drop off while the demand remains the same, putting stress on supplies. The Red Cro...

Listen up! Current Affairs Radio July 22, 2016

This current affairs bulletin covers a range of issues relevant to the Central West including housing prices, the Pokemon craze, mental health, physical health, refugees, changes at TAFE and more. Presented by Elissa Fajloun and Rob Douglas. Produced...

Macquarie River Bursting the Banks

With the rains not showing any signs of letting up, the Macquarie river has flooded to the footpaths in Bathurst. According to the Bathurst Regional Council’s recent road report, a number of roads have been impacted by the rising water levels. ...

Rahamim’s community garden hangs in over winter

The Rahamim community gardens in Busby Street, Bathurst, are hanging in over winter, with crops of winter vegetables on the go. This young family was caught enjoying a moment in the sunshine before getting to work on one of the plots. More community ...
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