Friday 30 August 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Friday 30 August 2019




* This Saturday morning Landcare Broken Hill will kick-start another community project as part of its Greening the Hill Mk2 Initiative. A true “by the community, for the community” project, people interested in participating in a plant nursery project will be invited to do their bit to make our local environment better. DETAILS: PAGE 2

* Government plans to re-engineer the Menindee Lakes were discussed at a meeting in Menindee this week, and next week the town will host a meeting about a project to remove dams from Toorale Station. Locals have only until today to register. SEE PAGE 3

* Councillors have voted in favour of waiving costs incurred by RRANA and the RSPCA when disposing of dead animals at the rubbish tip.

* Less CCTV cameras and better lighting has been suggested for keeping the community safe, after Wednesday night’s Council meeting. FULL STORY: PAGE 4

* South went into the grand final as underdogs and came out as premiers in a well-deserved win over the Robins. GAME REPORT: BACK PAGE