Education a hot topic for Riley

Beau Riley speaking at the Combined Pensioners and Superannuates Forum. Photo: Katelyn Kurtz "No to stadiums, yes to education and yes to health"

Bathurst mental health facilities to benefit from new funds

By Monty Jacka, Rebekah Lougher and Taylor Strudwick Member for Bathurst Paul Toole is promising a funding boost to mental health services across the region ahead of this...

The illusive Christian standing for Federal Parliament

By Kate Rooney Candidates at the Calare election forum in Bathurst on May 8, which the Christian Democrats did not attend. Photo: Jock Cheetham Calare...

Former farmer hopes climate turns against Nationals

The race for Calare is tighter than the Nationals had hoped after the entry of the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party. By Sophie Scanlon

Objectivity can rebuild trust in journalism: former ABC manager in Charles Sturt lecture

Ensuring a culture of impartiality and objectivity is the key to building trust in journalism, a Charles Sturt University public lecture in Bathurst heard on Wednesday August 7.

Riley proposes Keppel Street investment

Beau Riley wants to modernise Keppel Street. Photo: Katelyn Kurtz Country Labor has continued to propose investment into various aspects of Bathurst with electorate candidate Beau Riley...

‘Make Australia Great’ means making things in Australia

Bev Cameron, United Australia Party candidate for Calare. Photo: Supplied Some media have claimed that the United Australia Party’s purpose is to gain as much power as...

Liberals announce funding for mental health support in regional centres ahead of the state...

Chelsea Gibbs & Sally Rummery Bathurst Health Service is set to receive $17,000 in funding. Bathurst Health Service will receive $17,000 of funding for minor...

Rydal and Tarana commuters set to benefit from a second Bathurst Bullet service to...

By Monty Jacka, Rebekah Lougher and Taylor Strudwick Locals and commuters alike will have more flexibility with a second NSW TrainLink Service to Sydney to commence in 2020...

New licensing regulations tighten Liberals grip on the live music industry

Billy Britton is a paramedic and DJ who believes the government's regulations will kill New south Wales' live music culture. Photo Supplied by Ryan Beetson.