Friday 3 May 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Friday 3 May 2019




* Silverlea Services in Rakow Street will be open to the public today to provide information about how Hillites can support the national campaign to “Make the NDIS work”, in a bid to retain their much-needed services in Broken Hill.

*West Darling Arts launches a new 3D art prize to challenge artists. DETAILS: PAGE 5

* The ever-popular Broken Hill Cake Decorators and Friends will again be selling lots of lovely homemade gifts for Mother’s Day. DETAILS: PAGE 4

* Three long-serving employees of Southern Cross Care were recognised with gifts and certificates presented by the Chairman of the Board of Southern Cross Care Ltd, Robert Johnson, at morning and afternoon teas held in their honour. STORY: PAGE 2

* The Third Sea Scouts of Broken Hill have received a donation of 30 first aid kits for their cubs by a generous local business.

* In sport, former local Isaac Cumming will return to senior football this weekend after earning a recall to the GWS Giants AFL side for their clash against St Kilda tomorrow.