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Month: March 2023
Broken Hill AFL’s traditional season opener, the Lightning Cup, starts today at the Jubilee Oval from 9am. Sponsored by the Broken Hill Community Credit Union, it is the perfect chance for coaches and players to get a handle on where their team is at ahead of the regular season, which kicks off on ANZAC Day.
The Broken Hill Soccer Association (BHSA) season will soon be upon us. After a long break, the teams stepped out for the first of their two trial match weekends ahead of the season proper.
Students and schools wanting to be involved in Schools Spectacular 2023 on November 24 and 25 at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, have until April 6 to enter.
After a tour of the new amenities at the Line of Lode, some members of Broken Hill City Council are wondering how you can open a restaurant without a kitchen…
The 19th FE-FC Holden Nationals will be held in Broken Hill next weekend, with enthusiasts of what some claim to be Australia’s favourite car – sorry Ford owners – from all over the country visiting the Silver City for a two-day event expected to showcase around 80 Holden cars.
Broken Hill thrash metal band Firestorm are one step closer to representing Australia and playing what’s dubbed the heavy music equivalent of Eurovision – the Wacken Music Festival in Germany – in August.
Miles Philpott, author of Rock Engravings from the Dreamtime, gave a special presentation of his book at the Civic Centre just recently and said this was where his journey with Indigenous Art began all the way back in 1966.
Newly elected New South Wales Premier, Chris Minns, wasted no time in his new role by taking a trip out to the Far West and Menindee today – Wednesday – a mere 24 hours after being sworn into office.
Our final serving of West Cricket Club’s stellar year – from Round Nine to the Grand Final.