Bathurst market squeezes renters

Local man, Brad Petford, is experiencing the very lows of Bathurst's current rental market. Here, we look into why this is the case!

Bats in suburbia: floods force animals into residential areas

By Blake Johnson After floods hammered Port Macquarie’s Kooloonbung Creek Nature Reserve, shrinking the inhabitant flying fox population, many of the survivors have found a new home next door...

Brisbane back in lockdown (late March)

With 2 New Covid Clusters, Brisbane is back in a 3 day strict lockdown... Will it be extended? By Josephine Bingham

CSU Mitchell Rugby Club in top shape

Rain impacts CSU sport

The heavy rain impacts teams, who are training to play for first round this weekend.

Students call for better online classes

Students from Western Sydney University are struggling to keep up with their online classes while having busy lives. These students want their online classes to be flexible and convenient.

Will the big rain stop the Bathurst mice plague? CSU students reflect on the rise of mice in their dorms.

Theatre/Media back in action

After a long year of online study and little face-to-face time with peers and lecturers; the students studying a Bachelor of Theatre/Media at Charles Sturt University Bathurst have returned to campus. Here...

New buzz around Beekeepers Inn

By Emily Francis The Beekeepers Inn café is supporting local musicians in their new initiative, Beekeepers Unplugged. Harriet Lowe, 15, recently took to the stage.

Coronavirus supplement ends for students

Tough times are looming ahead for those who have depended on the coronavirus supplement, including students. The supplement has been confirmed that it will end on 31 March.