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 […]

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...

Homelessness in Bathurst

By Bailee Dean and Monique Bellamy Local organisations in Bathurst have embraced local homeless awareness week as an opportunity to educate the community on the severity of the problem in our own backyard. 2MCExtra Journalist Bailee Dean has more. &n...

CSUFC’s 2nd Annual Headspace Cup

Photo: CSUFC’s First grade ladies playing for final points during the Headspace Cup. Sourced: Lauren Caruana By Lauren Caruana Charles Sturt University Football Club (CSUFC), went head-to-head with Bathurst District Football Association (BDFA),...
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