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CSU Students News: The Stew October

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They’ll be watching: apply for CCTV funding support

By Darcy Watt https://youtu.be/HOr1JlGj1GQ A $500 grant for the installation of new CCTV equipment is being offered to local businesses from the Bathurst Regional...

Calls for Indigenous treaty

By Reuben Spargo https://soundcloud.com/reuben-spargo/call-for-indigenous-treaty A leading aboriginal affairs expert has reignited calls for an Indigenous treaty in Australia. Charles Sturt University...

Blue Mountains Mayor ready to serve for his eighth consecutive year

By Emily Minney Mark Greenhill has been re-elected as the Blue Mountains Mayor, making him one of the longest running politicians in the region. For a decade before his...

No finals for local Hunter football

By Scarlett Hurst Despite teams being happy to just be back on the pitch, local football players from Newcastle have learnt that they will not be allowed to play...

The pursuit of gender parity within councils

By Reuben Spargo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbIqeQ_-6hg Bathurst Regional councillor Monica Morse has called for the implementation of gender quotas in local governments. This...

Progress on the Great Western Highway upgrade

by Darcy Watt https://soundcloud.com/darcy-watt-866868151/bridge-street The first stage of the environmental assessment and design of the Great Western Highway upgrade has been awarded to MRB...

Sydney renters market favouring tenants during pandemic

By Matthew Kappos Economic contraction and travel bans have severely reduced the influx of tenants into the Sydney rental market. Landlords are slashing rent prices to compete putting those...

Newcastle Cup set to boost the footballing community of the Hunter

Due to the setbacks the football community has faced due to the COVID19 pandemic, a new competition has been announced in the city of Newcastle. Sports Clique announced plans...

Testing rates plummet as NSW enjoys Covid free spell

An 11 day run for NSW of no locally acquired cases is undoubtedly a good thing, but the accompanying fall in Covid testing rates has caused NSW Health to warn against complacency...