Monday 9 December 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Monday 9 December 2019




* An application to rename the Darling River has created confusion over traditional spelling and tension between Aboriginal elders.

* The NSW Government’s expenditure on world travel was eight times greater than Victoria’s, according to Labor MLC Rose Jackson.

* Alma Public School students and teachers have put their creative talent to work to provide the Coles bakery with some unique art for the festive season.

* The United We Stand heritage theatre show highlighting Broken Hill’s early union history has been granted $50,000.

* South beat West by nine runs in the second T20 match at the Alma Oval on Saturday.

* North cruised home to grab the points in the first T20 match of the weekend at the Alma Oval, despite a five-wicket haul by Magpie paceman Tristen Smith.