Nagle: 40 years on

By Meg Van Lohuizen On the 40-year anniversary of the Nagle Royal Commission, a public event will be held at Charles Sturt University to commemorate one the most significant Royal Commissions in recent history. The Royal Commission was set up to investigate the riots and reprisals of prisoners after the Bathurst Goal riots in 1974. […]

Success in the 2018 Headspace Cup for CSUFC and the BDF

Todd Jeffree of CSU First Grade White By Aymon Bertah Organised by CSU Football Club and Bathurst Headspace, the Headspace cup has now completed its third year, with organisers exceeding goals with more than $13,000 raised over the weekend.   CS...

Roos Hop Into CRL Finals

By Alison Warters With just one round game remaining in Country Rugby League’s Group Six 2018 competition, the Campbelltown City Roos Ladies League Tag Team are just one win away from claiming the minor premiership and heading into the finals s...

Glitter in the Air

By Sophie Pyrgiotis  Suffocating the air between the yarns of carpet were speckles of purple, green, and gold glitter,  celebrating a gay liberation protest tickling beneath our feet. The glitter splashed on the walls were  singing Gaga’s Born this W...

Future Addition to Mount Panorama

Eden Rodgers, Chris Read & Pat Hogan   The development of a second Mount Panorama racing circuit to run alongside the current Bathurst 1000 track is progressing quite fluently. However conflicting perspectives on the inclusion of a new circu...

IWRF Wheelchair Rugby World Cup Wrap Up

By Rebecca Harcus and Alison Warters The 2018 Wheelchair Rugby World Championships wrapped up this week in Sydney, with the Australian Steelers going down to Japan in the final. Alison Warters has the story.

2018 Wheelchair Rugby World Championships

By Rebecca Harcus and Alison Warters The GIO 2018 Wheelchair Rugby World Championships is currently taking place in Sydney where Australia are looking to claim yet another World title. Amongst the Aussie Steeler’s Wheelchair Rugby team is Jack Howe, ...

Platypus in Danger of Being Threatened

By Mitch Greenwood As the last light of day diminishes, Richard Kingsford sits alongside a river-bank, waiting. The hum of mosquitoes and other insects is his constant companion. Then, what he has been waiting for: a visitor. The tell-tale circle of ...
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