Uni students learning to make their mornings matter

By Nicholas Everard Students from Charles Sturt University in Bathurst are working to change the drinking culture on campus, by learning how to make their mornings matter. Headed by Residence Life, the new program aims to redefine the daily routine of a student by promoting the importance of an early morning wake up. The My […]

A new dawn for Bathurst Kangaroos

By Michael Jago The iconic Mount Panorama sits high above Bathurst, the white letters visible for miles around and bringing in thousands of racing enthusiasts. Yet underneath the letters, changes are underway. Following the announcement of the govern...

Socceroos in need of Central Western stars

By Burney Wong, Jake Humphreys, Katie Thomas and Ainsleigh Crisp. Why is Australian Football struggling to compete against the world’s best? Does it come down to the youth levels in small towns like Bathurst? Burney Wong and Jake Humphreys find out....

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...
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