Some $112,766 has been promised by the state government for Broken Hill City Council to deliver a plan and business case, addressing the expected increase in traffic from the region’s expanding mining industry and its likely knock-on effect on the airport.
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The big guns were in town to meet with pastoralists and graziers this week in a bid to persuade them a planned new government livestock electronic tagging system – which costs up to four times the current tagging system – is the way forward.
The Pastoralists’ Association of West Darling (PAWD) have significant concerns around the introduction of mandatory electronic tagging – known as eID – for sheep and goats and they plan to put the issues to NSW Agriculture Minister Dugald Saunders this coming Thursday. The National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) is aimed at ensuring stock can be […]
The historic Trades Hall building right here in Broken Hill has had its nomination to the UNESCO World Heritage List move on to the next phase.
Broken Hill and Wilcannia are on a list of towns set to see support teams provide greater access to housing support and services as part of a state-funding initiative.
Broken Hill students Abbie Kelly and Campbell Quintrell made their first contributions in the Regional Youth Taskforce recently.