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. […]

New Store Says No to Penalty Rate Cuts

The entire country is facing some big changes over the next couple of years thanks to Fair Work Australia ruling to cut the undoubtedly cherished, penalty rate cuts. This change will be no different for our own residents who work in fast food, hospit...

JB HI-FI on Women in Leadership & Local Competition

Written by: Nikki Bates With the opening of JB Hi-Fi late last week, there has been much discussion around town on the competition this electrical giant will bring to Bathurst. Good news for the Central West with the store creating 32 new jobs whilst...

Watch your words

By Louisa Irvin It’s easy to imagine coming home from work or university, throwing down your backpack and settle in for a night in front of a screen for a night of Netflix bingeing. After a long day filled with exams or assessments, the last thing yo...

More mental health services wanted in Bathurst

By Ciara Bastow KEY POINTS: – A LikeMind Centre has been created to help those suffering mental illness – Psychologist Nicole Manktelow believes young people are most at risk – Over 278,000 young people were diagnosed with anxiety d...

The Drug Culture of Students on Campus [Video]

Australia is currently facing a battle of a culture rich with drugs. The 2017 Global Drug Survey revealed that more than three-quarters of the Australian respondents had used illegal drugs and around one-third had used them in the past month. The Cen...

CSU Rugby and its Big Heart

By Jack Rickard The CSU Mustards Old Boys Day is always a momentous occasion and the 2017 event didn’t disappoint. Over the last 15 years, this day has brought back the reunion of ex clubmen who have been away from the CSU mitchell rugby field ...

Bathurst Winter Festival wins again

By Burney Wong Visions and sounds of the winter festival. The third Bathurst Winter Festival came to an end last Sunday in what turned out to be a very successful couple of weeks for Bathurst. One of the beneficiaries of the festival were the shops n...
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