Southern Cross Austereo’s (SCA) Spencer Gulf Nightly News broadcast its final bulletin on Wednesday April 12 in a shock to both viewers and staff.
Day: 14 April 2023
Bill and Joy Symons (nee Chilman) will today – Saturday – celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house surrounded by friends and family this afternoon.
In fantastic news for both locals and tourists alike, iconic Broken Hill landmark White’s Mineral Art and Mining Museum has reopened to the public, just in time for the school holidays.
A 43-day cycling journey of 5400km across state borders to raise awareness about domestic violence is no mean feat but it’s exactly what Ian Kidd has embarked on in a fundraising push which will see him arrive in Broken Hill and Wilcannia early next month.
A fleet of colourful cars and characters rolled into Broken Hill on Thursday as part of the Variety Brats Bash fundraising drive across three states. With contestants dressed in costumes, this event is the family-friendly version to the perhaps better-known children’s charity car rally, Variety Bash.
Westside Plaza management and Barrier District Police believe they’re turning the corner on youth crime at the major shopping centre, following our story on Wednesday.
28Eighty –Broken Hill Airport’s only cafe – will be shutting up shop this Sunday afternoon following repeated attempts to find a buyer in the last 12 months.
Parkes MP Mark Coulton has taken a swipe at the federal Labor government after an independent inquiry severely criticised the way the Inland Rail project had been handled by the Coalition when in government – a government Mr Coulton was a member of.
Community minded Carrie Oakley is well-known around town because she loves to help people live their best lives and now the former franchisee of the Broken Hill Hungry Jacks restaurant has accepted an offer to step into the Store Supervisor role where she can continue the great work she does, especially with the young people of the town.