A talented group of 49 Broken Hill gymnasts hit the road to Whyalla over the long weekend to compete in their first Invitational Championships event.
Day: 6 October 2023
The Murray-Darling Basin Plan is set for revisions, including reintroducing water buybacks and extending project deadlines, as Federal Water Minister Tanya Plibersek and SA Senator Sarah Hanson-Young address water shortfalls and efficiency concerns.
Labor MP Stephen Lawrence visits Broken Hill for meetings and to support the Yes! vote at the Voice to Parliament referendum, while emphasising focus on essential services in his new role covering five electorates.
Part two of our interview with George Bugeja—a figure synonymous with West Panthers Soccer Club— where he announces his retirement, marking the end of an era for the renowned red and black club.
Grey nomads Brett and Mary-Jane Stenfors struggle to secure long-term accommodation at Broken Hill caravan parks despite offering essential services during their travels.
Workers at Woolworths in Broken Hill have upheld the town’s longstanding tradition of leading in industrial action, marking their place in history as the first Woolworths employees to strike. This comes ahead of a national strike scheduled for this Saturday that will involve both Woolworths and Coles workers.
The award-winning Siren Theatre Co, in collaboration with Critical Stages Touring and West Darling Arts, will present The End of Winter at Theatre 44 on Thursday, October 12.
Glenelg secured their sixth South Australian National Football League (SANFL) premiership on Sunday, September 24, 2023, overcoming Sturt. Fifty years ago, in 1973, Broken Hill export Steve Hywood was a key player during the club’s second-ever title win at Adelaide Oval, which saw a massive crowd of 56,525 spectators.
Senator for South Australia and Manager of Greens business in the Senate, Sarah Hanson-Young’s portfolios include Environment & Water, landing her in Broken Hill this week on her way to Menindee to catch up with locals for an update about the current condition of the Darling (Baaka) River, arming her with information from the frontline needed to inspire government reforms to the failing Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
Mental Health Month is about considering our mental health and wellbeing. To combat the worries, stress and anxiety that can build up during everyday life, we asked RFDS Mental Health Manager Vanessa Latham to provide some tips.