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. […]

Rockabilly Café rocking and rolling in success

By Jay-Anna Mobbs Rocking the retro vibe, Bathurst’s newest Café has been putting the ‘Rock Around The Clock’ for all who step inside. Having opened the doors to the Rockabilly Café early last month, Owner Tania Warner has been overwhelmed with the r...

Plastic Bag Ban in Bathurst

In the wake of Coles backflipping and then backflipping again on its phase out of single-use plastic bags. Reporter Bethan Smoleniec, turned to Bathurst residence, Woolworths employees and council to find out how they have been adjusting to the ban a...

Bathurst Beat Radio Current Affairs August 9, 2018

The ongoing impacts of the drought, plans for a second race track on Mt Panorama, the need for better train services to Orange and much more are covered in this half hour of live and local radio current affairs presented by Alanna Tomazin and Loren H...

Bathurst Beat Radio Current Affairs July 19, 2018

Bathurst’s winter festival, homelessness and the closure of much-loved Tex-Mex eatery Tommy’s all feature in this half hour of live and local current affairs. If you missed the live stream, never fear, you can hear it all again here. Pres...
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