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. […]

Drought takes a toll on farmers mental health

By Alanna Tomazin, Loren Howarth and Jay-Anna Mobbs With one of the worst droughts to hit the Central West region in decades, farmers are struggling to provide for stock and finding it hard to carry out day to day activities. This is taking a huge to...

Meaty Bathurst restaurant lures in vegans

By Loren Howarth  A restaurant which serves juicy steaks and baby back ribs would be one of the last places anyone would expect to find vegan options, let alone an entire plant-based menu. But Dogwood, BX, a Southern-style American Diner, has broken ...

Modified Truck makes Central West debut

By Nicholas Everard, Maddison Langley and Harrison Carter From the front it may look like the a vehicle you have come to expect on Central West roads. However, a closer look at the new B-Quad will reveal it is actually a four-trailer combination road...

More the Merrier for Female Teams

BY TRENT LEE The introduction of female sport competitions in traditionally male dominated sports has become a regular theme in the Central West in recent years. The Westfund Amanda Ferguson Cup has been the newest inclusion on the list of female spo...

Charles Sturt Universities annual Mr CSU

On Tuesday evening, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst Rafters bar showcased a range of musical and theatrical performances as students had the opportunity to take to the stage at the universities annual Mr CSU competition. Bethan Smoleniec has the d...
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