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 […]

Water – more precious than gold?

The Bathurst community is still waiting to find out whether water out of the Macquarie River will be sold to a proposed new gold mine in Blayney. Under a controversial proposal, Bathurst would divert its treated effluent water – which now flows...

Life on the farm

The Bathurst district offers a relatively relaxed lifestyle but farmers face many issues from climate uncertainty to confusion surrounding proposed new biodiversity laws. Stay tuned for more!

A food and wine destination

Slowly but surely, Bathurst is cementing its reputation as a food and wine destination. A big part of this is the monthly Bathurst Farmers Markets that continue to go from strength to strength. 2MCExtra will be focusing on the unique Bathurst and Cen...

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 ...

A Pokemon gym in the Bathurst library

  • July 15, 2016
  • Tech
Wait! Really? Bathurst Library claims to have a Pokemon gym in the library. They’ve boasted about it on Twitter:   @BathurstLibrary has a Pokémon Gym!#pokemoninthelibrary — Bathurst Library (@BathurstLibrary) July 13, 2016 Stay tuned for a...

It’s flu season

Got the flu? Influenza can be dangerous for vulnerable people. See important information from NSW Health on looking after yourself this season.

What now for Greyhound racing in Bathurst?

With the state government announcing a ban on greyhound racing due to animal welfare concerns, greyhound racing in Bathurst has been thrown into turmoil. Stay tuned for more on this story from 2MCExtra.

It’s Andrew Gee for Calare

With the federal elections done and dusted, Andrew Gee has been declared the new member for the federal seat of Calare. He resigned from his position as MP for the state seat of Orange in order to contest the election.

Kangaroos on campus

Charles Sturt University students and staff based at regional New South Wales campuses have plenty of opportunities to interact with kangaroos, as this tweet from a chemistry lecturer shows.   Another one of #myacademicview while in the lab this...


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