IN THIS EDITION:
* The fruits of a lifelong friendship will be on display when Maureen Curyer and Jose Wasley team up to sell their wares at the Community Markets today.
* Graziers are slowly beginning to restock sheep and cattle after recent rains have brought confidence back to the Far West.
* Demand for land and increased sales have contributed to the 50 per cent jump in industrial rates for the city.
* The Broken Hill Art Exchange’s year in art culminates this weekend, with the opportunity for members to sell their work at the Community Markets and a painting demonstration today, followed by a movie fundraiser tomorrow.
* Patrick Reincke worked his last day as Broken Hill’s 7 Spencer Gulf News video journalist, after four years in front of the camera.
* Broken Hill Small Business Association’s President Dylan Stone and Vice President Philip O’Keefe met on Tuesday with Blacktown Business Chamber’s President Trevor Oldfield and Secretary Livia Janovics, in a first of its kind between the association and another business chamber.
* The Far West LHD is proud to congratulate employee Corina Kemp on winning the Mental Health Commissioner’s Community Champion Award for 2020.
* The 2020 Miners’ Memorial Service was well received as locals turned out to honour the fallen miners of Broken Hill.
* Cricket season is upon us in the Silver City with B Grade getting the ball rolling on their season today ahead of the A Grade, with the Women’s competition to begin in the coming weeks.