IN THIS EDITION:
* A Broken Hill Family day care educator has been recognised as one of Australia’s finest early childhood educators. She was announced as the Far West & Central North regional winner in the 2019 Excellence in Family Day Care Awards and is now in the running to be named as a national finalist for the national Family Day Care Educator of the Year Award.
* The Chamber of Commerce is set to re-open after a local community organisation was gifted the concern, and is working hard to secure funding for its revival and operation.
* White Cliffs residents are at loggerheads about the potential use of water from Pear Tank for the much-needed sealing of roads.
* A 1937 Riley Lynx rolled into Broken Hill yesterday with two adventurers on board who are circumnavigating NSW for posterity, and looking to raise money for charity along the way. Full story and details on how you can donate: PAGE 3
* Local historian Paul Armstrong intrigues us again, this time with a mystery: the case of the missing BHP Silver Trophy. Has anybody seen it? SEE PAGE 4
* Work on the new Baaka Cultural Centre in Wilcannia is to commence soon, and should be impressive after the project received $3.5m in funding from the Australian government.