IN THIS EDITION:
* LEAD Ted is not dead! Thanks to a steering committee and some qualified teachers, the Broken Hill Environmental Lead Program will be introducing a new curriculum-aligned, teacher-led LeadSmart Program in schools. Schools can book a visit from the Lead Ted’s spin-off, Lead Ted Junior, on one of his school roadshows. DETAILS: PAGE 2
* A young lady from White Cliffs has taken out first prize in two categories of this year’s Life and Light in the Western Region Photography Competition, and this probably won’t be the last we hear of this young gun of the lens.
* A local dance teacher who has been toe tapping and leading others to great heights for 68 years was recognised by her appreciative students and their families on Saturday.
* The Roos hopped away with the AFLBH trophy for the third time running on Saturday, while the West Women drove it home in a convincing first-time trophy win. PICS and MORE: Back Page & 19