By Jasmine Kees and Natalie Pilato In national news, the government has set a target to reduce food wastage by 50% by 2025. Oz Harvest is one of the supporting organisations, and recently launched the Think Eat Save campaign to challenge Australians to reduce their food wastage. Jasmine Kees has the story.
By Rory O’Grady and Kathleen Ferguson The New South Wales Government is being warned further delays on a decision to extend a Lithgow mine will affect the state’s power generation. Centennial Coal has stood down up to 300 workers while it waits for approval to operate Springvale mine for another 13 years. Workers and the […]
Taking a trip down memory lane…. 1815 – 2015 By Stacey Holten and Monika Malcolm When you think of Bathurst most people automatically associate it with cold weather and car racing. It seems that Bathurst is most famous for its Bathurst 1000 race, with it coming up as the first suggestion when Bathurst is […]
Reidun Berntsen The majestic Blue Mountains are abundant with culture. There are many art galleries to get yourself lost in and inspired by, but one that stands out from the others is Loviz arts. Located in Faulconbridge in the Blue Mountains, Loviz art gallery is full of paintings that are guaranteed to lighten up the […]
Changes in federal government funding mean Wambigi Indigenous Support Service has had to make some changes to their programs. The service has been running a single program for six years, supporting Indigenous people and referring them to healthcare clinics, job services, legal services and housing. Now, the service is expanding, with two new programs to […]
By Jacob Gillard and Hosea Luy
“Have you ever thought to yourself this body that I’ve got is wrong?” “I’ve always felt that I was a girl. It was just a very strange existence, because I didn’t look like one, and no one wanted me to be in the girls group, and no one thought of me as a girl, and […]
By Tahlia Sarv, Francesca Wallace and Caitlin Taylor A fundraiser held at Bathurst’s Charles Sturt University on Thursday night celebrated a snowy Christmas in July, but helped those much further away. $6000 was raised for Trekking4Nepal, a charity started solely by two CSU students Jack Thompson and James Tatham. At least 9000 people were killed […]