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Bathurst students to star in Little Shop of Horrors

Bathurst’s Mackillop and St Stanislaus colleges have come together to bring the production of Little Shop of Horrors to life. Two star performers, both 17, and producer/stage manager, Victoria Roth, speak on...

Dance floors reopen as restrictions ease

With restrictions in pubs and clubs eased, singing and dancing is back.

Dine and Discover: Vouching for local business

With the NSW Government paying for locals nights out, will the local economy be reinvigorated? Tim asks Bathurst locals their plans for their Dine and Discover vouchers.

Covid-19 Cases are Down and Public Events are Going Up.

CSU had a sporting event on campus to celebrate the restrictions being eased and to reduce drinking involved group activities. https://www.youtube.com/embed/oF7trCYAI5s

Some in autistic community unhappy with Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month, but some in the autistic community is unhappy with the cause. Two members of the community stated that whilst the concept is good, the execution is flawed...

Not so ripe Bananas

CSU Student Barnaby Donaghy has undergone a residency program with Tantrum Youth Arts in Newcastle NSW. As a result he was able to write and direct a short film on life after...

Bathurst joins national vaccine roll-out

The COVID-19 vaccine roll-out began in Bathurst on March 22 as part of phase 1b. Chris Stott is one of over 500,000 Australians to have received the vaccine and recommends others to...

Diploma students feel disadvantaged

Diploma students from Torrens University feel disadvantaged when finding out that the university only helps students find an internship if they are completing a bachelors.

CSU Rugby Women’s Team Trial Match

The Charles Sturt Women's rugby team had a tough trial match against the Bathurst Bulldogs. But this won't stop the team from aiming for a second grand final win.