Lodestone Mines has confirmed it is pushing to have work begin on a new iron ore mine by 2025, with construction employing up to 500 people and eventually scaling up to a fulltime workforce of 1500 by 2030.
Month: January 2023
On a scorching 40-degree Saturday, West and South took to the field at Jubilee Oval, with West claiming a 34-run victory to strengthen their hold on top spot with just a few weeks left in the regular season.
Central 40 – (Picton 22, Sheppard 4/5, De Vries 2/8) Defeated by North 2/41 – (Bell 27 not out)
In positive news, the State government has confirmed it will look to assist in ensuring Lead Testing Programs continue in the Silver City.
Labor has pledged a $400 million package for what they call underfunded public schools if they win the state election this coming March in a move that has been welcomed by educators, but locally, there are some concerns the pledge doesn’t address the teacher shortage issue.
Two Broken Hill locals are representing the Far West region on the NSW Government’s 2023 Regional Youth Taskforce.
Are you a singer? Maybe you’ve been in choirs before? But even if you are only a keen and vocal shower singer, the Broken Hill Philharmonic Choir would love to hear from you.
Eleven-year-old Zahra Cawlee has certainly embraced online learning – it’s taught her a whole lot of dance moves and helped her lift some titles at the Evolution Dance Competition National Finals on the Gold Coast in Queensland.
Broken Hill City Library is set to celebrate Seniors Week early this month under the theme Celebrating Together.
Broken Hill is one of 41 local government areas where Japanese encephalitis (JE) – spread by mosquito bites – is of high concern so NSW has expanded those eligible for a jab.