IN THIS EDITION:
* The Australian and New South Wales governments’ accelerated $398 million investment in road safety improvements through the Safer Roads Program is making a big difference in regional communities, with $1.13 million being invested in road safety enhancements in Broken Hill.
* The NSW Teachers Federation met with Far West members for the first time in months now that COVID restrictions have eased.
* After 37 years in the NSW Police Force, Inspector Malcolm Andrews has retired from his role at the Barrier Police District.
* The Scout of the year awards for 3rd Broken Hill Sea Scouts were celebrated this week at their annual presentation night and Christmas celebration.
* Senior pro at the North Adelaide Football Club and the oldest player on the list since the premiership season of 2018, Broken Hill boy Mitch Clisby has signed up to play for the Roosters in the SANFL for the 2021 state league season.
* The South Broken Hill Cricket Club teams will be looking red hot and raring to go in their new full colour uniforms for the first time this weekend.
* The South Football Club was forced to postpone their Annual General Meeting (AGM) last weekend due to a lack of numbers,