Port Macquarie embraces homegrown running festival

By Blake Johnson Almost 3000 eager runners from all over the country converged onto Port Macquarie’s town green to join in the 10th Annual RunFest, with small businesses and...

Two dogs victim of crocodile attacks on pet-friendly beach

By Brooke Cooper. Palm Cove, a popular tourist destination in tropical Queensland, is currently home to a saltwater crocodile estimated to be three metres in length and responsible for...

Heavy rain and flash flooding across NSW coastal areas and surrounding Sydney regions

By Zoe Brown Heavy rainfall and strong winds have resulted in flash flooding across coastal and surrounding Sydney regions. Newcastle and The Hawkesbury region are two of the most...

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.

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.

Lockdown Protester

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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...

Coronavirus restrictions and JobSeeker cuts leave those without work behind.

In a time of restricted movement and mass unemployment finding work isn't the final obstacle for some Victorian job seekers, as 23-year-old Warrnambool resident Ashlee has found.

Students benefit from coronavirus supplement

Students were included in the Coronavirus Supplement back in March, helping them with $550 or more each fortnight to those who were eligible. Students have voiced their opinions saying that it has...

Council on Health in Spargo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JozKNduXZo0