Monday 5 August 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Monday 5 August 2019




* A 24-year-old Broken Hill man convicted of sending more than 50 explicit messages and videos of himself to his 15-year-old stepsister will move to Mildura to complete a community corrections order.

* Students and visitors enjoyed the cultural activities, and Johnny cakes, at Railway Town’s NAIDOC Week celebration on Friday. PICS: PAGE 2

* The Far West LHD Health Innovations Awards were held on Friday with the major accolade going to a project aimed at ensuring all NSW residents, their families and carers have access to the best possible end of life and palliative care.

* The BDT’s Callum Marshall profiles another local talent ahead of the Eisteddfod’s upcoming 50th Anniversary. PAGE 4

* Two women have shared in South Football Club’s ‘Top Roo’ award at the Past Players and Officials function on Sunday. STORY: BACK PAGE