Friday 10 August 2018


Barrier Daily Truth Friday 10 August 2018



* A $30 million Line of Lode development stood a good chance of being funded through the $4.2 bllion Snowy Hydro Legacy Fund, according to Barwon MP Kevin Humphries. FULL STORY: pages 1 and 4.
* The cheapest house in Australia could be in Broken Hill. Valued at $49,000, its price is lower than a property at Walpeup, Victoria, reportedly given the same distinction. Read more about Broken Hill housing market on page 3.
* The ‘Parma for a Farmer’ fundraising initiative for drought-stricken Aussie farmers has taken on in Broken Hill, with the North Football club donating $5 for every chicken or beef parmigiana sold this Saturday night. Details page 5.
* Central Public School took their Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 classes to Amanya Mitha Art Gallery to learn from Dieri artist Clinton Kemp about indigenous artwork. See the glorious colour spread on page 2.