2MCE CSU Student News program: July-August

These four radio programs were produced by Charles Sturt University journalism students and broadcast on 2MCE on Friday at 5.30pm between July 24 and August 14.

Snow in Blackheath

By Amberlene Ziems https://youtu.be/3-qj8p2WWWM The town of Blackheath in the Blue Mountains was treated to a mild amount of snow on the weekend, Sunday...

Migrants journey for better life: How I got here

By Matthew Kappos Multicultural immigration to Australia first began in the aftermath of World War 2 with select European nations being permitted to migrate. In this...

Central West transformed into a winter playground

By Reuben Spargo https://soundcloud.com/reuben-spargo/orange-transformed-into-a-winter-playground Parts of the central west were turned into a winter wonderland on Sunday, providing locals and tourists with...

Woolworths implements mask recommendation in NSW

By Matthew Kappos Starting from Monday August 2nd Woolworths has put into place a recommendation that all customers and staff wear masks when shopping in NSW stores.

Controversial Mount Panorama go-kart track

By Reuben Spargo https://youtu.be/jDNnIZg34QA The proposed Go-Kart track at Bathurst’s iconic Mount Panorama has continued to divide the community, with renewed calls to change the...

ACT Police praise Canberra’s compliance with COVID-19 prevention measures

by Madeleine Riddell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhI_COIsL_w The ACT police have been able to announce that they are pleased with the Canberran communities dedication to COVID-19 prevention,...

Dubbo rugby: women’s weekend upcoming for ‘Ladies Day’

Dubbo Roolettes continued their unbeaten start to the Westfund Ferguson Cup with a statement victory over Orange Emus in Orange. The women's team are flying this season and...

Doctor leaves conflict behind: How I got here

This is an instalment of our latest themed series:  "How I got here". In this segment, we learn of Dr Alan Baldam’s reasons for emigrating to Australia from the...

ACT healthcare services set to receive government funding

By Madeleine Riddell Image: Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra Audio: Canberra healthcare services set for government funding (2mce Radio)