Pastoralist and Darling River advocate, Rob McBride, is thrilled with the Federal Government’s announcement to spend $2 billion to fix the Murray Darling Basin Plan (MDBP).
Month: October 2022
Dual premiership player with Adelaide, Eloise “EJ” Jones joins the 50-game AFLW club today – Saturday as the Crows play their final minor round match of season seven against St Kilda at RSEA Park.
A leading Sydney pathologist has agreed to assess kangaroos which have died in Western NSW, to find out whether the cause of death was linked to a mass die-off.
The Federal Budget has produced mixed reactions to its bag of goodies, with commentators torn as to whether it was ‘regional’ friendly.
Professor Tracey O’Brien, Chief Cancer Officer for NSW and Cancer Institute NSW CEO, visited Broken Hill this week as part of a two-month, state-wide tour of local health districts.
Dr Anika Molesworth, who grew up on a property near Broken Hill, was named Australian Geographic Society’s Young Conservationist of the Year yesterday – Friday.
Preparations for the iconic Silver City Cup are well underway as we leave October in the dust and gallop headlong into November.
Local teachers are very unhappy with the NSW Minister of Education, Sarah Mitchell, who paid a flying visit this week to Broken Hill yet did not engage with the local Teachers’ Federation.
Old McLeod’s Bakery on the corner of Chapple and Zebina St is getting into the Halloween spirit this weekend with ‘Freaky Friday’ and ‘Halloween Monday’ when staff dress up, but it’s another cause these two particular trading days are also focusing on with the bakery donating to The Broken Hill Palliative Care Service.
While NSW Minister for Education and Early Learning, Sarah Mitchell, brought some good news to our city this week as she announced additional housing funding to try and encourage more public school teachers to make the move to the bush, teachers and MP Roy Butler said finding teachers was the bigger issue.