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 […]

Directly Elected Mayors: flawed to fail?

By Wilson Smith When it comes to the issue of directly elected mayors in Bathurst, the Regional Council believes that they know better than the community, and they may indeed be on the mark here. While neighbouring Orange voted to directly elect thei...

Directly Elected Mayor: to be or not to be?

By Wilson Smith, Katreena Shelly & Brodie Smith One of the issues facing Bathurst that will not be voted on in the upcoming local election is that of how the city elects its mayor. While Orange will directly elect its mayor for the first time thi...

Save Our Weekends

(Save Our Weekend Campaign, Picture: SDA) By Nikki Bates On Tuesday 21st February, the Fair Work Commission announced cuts to penalty rates for Sundays, and public holidays for workers in the hospitality, fast food, pharmacy and retail industry. Sinc...

Dangerous Driving in the Central West

Driving offences have been a serious occurrence in the last month, it has become a concerning issue with now the Government imposing heavy fines.¬† By Chelsea Lucas, Dylan Gulson and Isobella Meredith    

Blayney’s first Aboriginal council candidate

As the 2017 Blayney election approaches, candidates are beginning to start their campaigns. One such candidate could be the first Wiradjuri councillor Blayney has ever had. Her name is Nyree Reynolds, an internationally recognised artist and an educa...
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