Eating Disorder Awareness in the Shadow of an Obesity Epidemic?

Produced and reported by Georgia McCarthy 02/04/2016 Awareness of an Obesity epidemic in Australia is well known. The media often broadcast shows or news segments dedicated to showcasing diet tips and health risks associated with high fat/high sugar foods, while also giving airtime to weight loss organisations. However, how often does the media bring awareness […]

Brucellosis Increasingly Spreading

There is growing concern in the Central West about a disease that is spread by feral pigs and can cause infertility among humans and dogs.   The Brucellosis infection has been detected in domestic dogs on the coast of and NSW has prompted human ...

Inaugural Indigenous Round a Huge Success

It was a first for the Central West Rugby when local Rugby Club EMUS hosted the first ever Indigenous Round in the Under 17’s competition. Orange Emus Rugby Union club raised more than $12,000 by auctioning a set of 15 jerseys, some of which were ado...

Schools calling for less selfies and more study

By Burney Wong, Jake Humphreys, Katie Thomas and Ainsleigh Crisp. We live in a time where selfies and snap chat is more important than the career path you take, but with a decline of girls choosing to study STEM (science, technology, engineering, mat...

Central West road toll continues to rise

Central West road toll continues to rise. By Isobella Meredith Last Saturday, a car accident occured 40km north-west of West Wyalong resulting in 3 injured and a fatality. Involved in this incident was a 19 year old women, a 23 years old man and 2 ot...

Socceroos need help from local prospects

Photo: AMAZING ARCHIE: Socceroos in need of Central Western stars. Sourced: Leandro Stein Bathurst boasts a plethora of footballing talent; however, young players have a hard time advancing to the next level due to a lack of playing destinations in A...

Diversity Within Bathurst Regional Council

The Bathurst Region prides itself on its Heritage and the way the city grows. The city’s population rapidly growing to almost 50,000, residents represent a larger variety of different views and beliefs. With a new community growing with the city, Bat...

Orange is Letting the Dogs Out

Photo: Bron Kennedy enjoying the Park with her dog Arnie The canines of Orange will now have a new space to run around after many popular off the leash areas were banned due to poor conditions. A segment of green space between Lombardy Way and proper...

More Opportunities are needed for Young Footballers.

By Burney Wong How promising did the future of Australian football after we qualified for the world cup? How promising did we look after the 2006 World Cup? Who could forget Australia’s first World Cup Goal scored by Tim Cahill? Australia's fir...
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