Jake Trengrove recently graduated from the ‘Fire and Rescue NSW Emergency Academy’ in Sydney, where his favourite part was live fire training. “What we call the ‘hot cells’ was an awesome experience,” said Jake. “You’re put in situations with live fire, makeshift scenarios and your task, as if it’s an actual incident that you would […]
Month: May 2022
Maari Ma Health reminds Indigenous community members to get their annual well-health check-up and offer a bonus incentive.
Broken Hill residents will be doing push-ups across June to help support the community’s wellbeing.
From bulls to baking and toys to tools, you can buy anything you want for the station and some nifty things for town at Agfair.
A member of the victorious Northern Zone side at the SA Country Championships in Victor Harbor last year, Broken Hill’s Irish recruit Meg Ryan is on an even biggest stage this Sunday, May 29.
If you’ve been to a West Broken Hill Football match, you’ve probably seen the Gauci girls cheering on their beloved Robins.
Over 100 people turned out for LiveBetter’s Glitz and Glamour Ball last Wednesday night.
On Friday night, the Broken Hill Women’s Football competition played out a double-header at Jubilee Oval.
West were flying high on Saturday after they downed Central in a hard-fought contest at Jubilee Oval.
Phebe Whitelaw recently graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of South Australia and she now views the world through an anatomy lens.