Saturday 2 November 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Saturday 2 November 2019




* Finalists Annette Herd and Jason King will be premiering their short film ‘Flawed’ at the Perfect Light Film Festival. Winning out against 100 other entries, the duo have been chosen among 11 over finalists to screen their work tonight in Sturt Park.

* Member for Parkes Mark Coulton is encouraging local disability and aged care organisations to take advantage of grants on offer through the transition Assistance Scheme by applying soon. The second round of funding closes on November 8.

* The Broken Hill Repertory Society’s final concert of the year is coming up this weekend and next. Marilyn Harris is again working with her students and Expression Glee Ensemble to present tributes to performers like Michael Jackson, Elton John, Barbra Streisand, Queen, Beatles, Olivia Newton-John and others. DETAILS: PAGE 2

* North Broken Hill Bowling Club is putting the call out for more young people to come out and have some fun at Barefoot Bowls, which they say is growing in popularity around the country. Wednesday nights are the when it all happens.

* A-Grade tennis star Ross Casey retained his title of “Best in Broken Hill” when the local Association hosted its annual Singles Championships on Monday night.