Red tartan-kilted bagpipers and drummers have added ceremonial gravitas or a carnival atmosphere to Broken Hill’s parades and events for decades and the Cameron Pipe Band is once again looking for new learners.
Day: 14 May 2022
Two renal dialysis care facility buses are set to transform access in northwest NSW to the much-needed health service.
Locals can prepare to be invigorated and enlightened when Sydney Writers’ Festival livestreams its headline writers and thinkers to the library on May 20 and 21.
Broken Hill Indigenous locals have been employed to work on the Department of Community and Justice Housing Contact Centre Telephone Service.
One of Broken Hill’s rising stars, 10-year-old Zahra Cawley, had her upward trajectory recognised at the Jump Dance Challenge in Adelaide two weeks ago when she placed as fourth Overall Champion Dancer and earned the Rising Star award.
Meg Ryan, North Adelaide’s Irish recruit from Broken Hill football, and her Roosters teammates have finished the regular season as SANFL Women’s minor premiers despite losing their final game of the regular season.
The White Cliffs community will showcase its most dazzling colours with the town-wide Underground Art Festival.