Local swimmer Brendan Cullen kicks off his swim across the English Channel to the French coastline in the next few days, weather permitting.
Month: July 2022
Broken Hill has just welcomed new nursing students from the University of Notre Dame Australia as part of a pilot nursing placement program.
It’s been 20 years since the first Miracles in Broken Hill Psychic and Wellbeing Fair first opened in our region and the first weekend in August sees it make a return to town at the YWCA Hall on Blende Street.
The August Mundi Mundi Bash is almost here and Broken Hill residents now have the opportunity to buy special Local Day single day passes.
Hawsons Iron Ltd has this week announced a 21% increase in the Broken Hill iron project’s mineral resource estimate to 484 million tonnes (Mt), up from 400Mt.
Broken Hill and Wilcannia are on a list of towns set to see support teams provide greater access to housing support and services as part of a state-funding initiative.
With Old Timers celebrations coming up this weekend, you’d be forgiven if you thought things couldn’t get any bigger at Northies. But you’d be wrong.
Landcare Broken Hill held its regular last-Thursday-of-the-month public meeting on Thursday night at which Simon Molesworth gave an update on the progress of the group’s Imperial Lakes project and guest speaker Narelle Osbourne outlined the ways in which the project is seeking to bring deep ancestral knowledge into every facet of the project’s design and construction.
DonateLife Week runs until Sunday July 31 with a focus on getting residents to register as organ or tissue donors.
The kids at Burke Ward Public School had a real treat on Thursday morning when they received a visit from Rugby League royalty.