Broken Hill-based veterans reflect on their time of service ahead of ANZAC Day.
Month: April 2022
Superintendent of the St. John Ambulance Australia Broken Hill Cadet Division Sandra Haring says that despite Covid making it very difficult to maintain Cadet numbers she expects to have 8-10 in Mondays ANZAC day march.
Dee Pritchard will play her century milestone game when she lines up for North Football Club tomorrow.
Hundreds of local jobs are expected to be created in Broken Hill attached to a project that will aim to recycle mine waste.
On Good Friday local Red Rebels visited the Darling Baarka Convoy at Pooncarie. The convoy is drawing attention to the plight of the Darling Baarka River. Despite the water arriving from the northern rains, the river – still controlled by weirs and gates – remains unnavigable.
The skate park in Broken Hill is now reopened to the public after weeks of renovations.
A collection musicians based in rural and regional Australia, will be sharing songs about the joys and struggles of life outside the big cities.
Backyard astronomer, Trevor Barry, collected 3,115 days’ worth of data on Saturn and has been awarded the highest honour for an amateur astronomer.
The Mundi Mundi Bash has turned into the Mudbash with 25.2 millimetres of rain falling in Broken Hill in the last 24 hours.
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery artist in residence Meagan Streader will be showcasing her latest work ‘Illimitable’ across the Mundi Mundi plains this weekend.