Monday 1 April 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Monday 1 April 2019




* Dubbo is being given $3 million for a live-in drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre but that would not be much help to people in the Far West, according to the president of the Far West Law Society.

* As Healthy Hip Week approaches, Karen Harding is looking to raise more awareness in the city, after her daughter received a late diagnosis of hip dysplasia.

* Workers finalising the Wentworth to Broken Hill pipeline say the $500 million project has delivered an unexpected windfall for the Silver City – a daily haul of yabbies.

* A contractor has abandoned an excavator in front of an Argent Street house, frustrating the home-owner who needs access for his wheelchair-bound wife. * The MJG Engineering Marvels came away with the win in Broken Hill’s AFLX exhibition held on Saturday at the Memorial Oval.