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...

Buying your first home: Dream or Fantasy?

For many people across Australia, the dream of one day owning your own home is quickly slipping away, with housing market growth at a seven year high.   This is particularly a problem for people wanting to buy their first home in a capital city,...

Winter Wonderland a success for local business.

By Chelsea Lucas, Burney Wong and Isobella Meredith  School holidays have wrapped up for another term, and so the winter festival has packed up for another year. Food stalls and entertainment for all ages brought together the local community and tour...

Winter festival hype

By Chelsea Lucas, Burney Wong and Isobella Meredith   Bathurst’s winter festival has wrapped up for 2017, Chelsea Lucas has the highlights.      

Mental Illness and exercise in the Central West

  We’re lucky enough to live in a community that accommodates different health services, including for those who have been diagnosed or are struggling with a mental illness. Anytime fitness has an event coming up in support of Suicide Prevention...

Central West Cleans up at Wine Show

By Floyd Cush It’s one of the biggest small winemaker competitions in New South Wales and it takes place right here in the Central West. The New South Wales Small Winemaker Show in Forbes sees more than 500 entries from winemakers across the state. T...
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