Broken Hill celebrates Halloween with residents and children in costumes; Chrissy Slattery impresses with her biggest haunted house and maze installation in four years of local festivities.
Month: October 2023
The Broken Hill Branch of the Country Women’s Association celebrated 100 years with events, a history book launch, and a mural reveal.
Juls Murphy opens new family-focused café at 7/9 Chloride Street, with over 30 years of catering experience and community support.
Broken Hill Kart Club’s upgraded track has received official approval, with a public ‘Come & Try’ day scheduled for November 11.
The Broken Hill Council is calling for float and stall nominations for the annual Christmas Pageant and afterparty, encouraging community and local business participation to create a joyful, free event amidst rising living costs.
Warrnambool-based punk rock band, Convict Class, including former Broken Hill local Shane Stenhouse, is set to perform at the UK’s largest independent music festival, Rebellion Festival in Blackpool, enhancing their global presence and fostering international connections.
The Far West Community Legal Centre, now with new staff and innovative software, delivers robust legal services and community education.
West secured a 15-run win over Central in the BDCL A Grade, remaining undefeated while Central faced a second loss.
Erin Phillips, AFLW star and former basketball player, announces retirement with a final game at Port Adelaide’s Alberton Oval, ending a remarkable dual-sport career.
The Country Education Foundation and UNSW enabled Broken Hill students Jane Thompson and Amber Powell to visit and explore the university’s campus, fostering higher education opportunities for regional students.