Saturday 31 October 2020


Barrier Truth Saturday 31 October 2020




* The NSW Water Minister would most likely fail to have a floodplain harvesting regulation reinstated but there was a simple solution to at least one of her problems, according to local State MP Roy Butler.

* A 74-year-old pensioner whose car was stolen and burnt out has decided to leave Broken Hill where he has worked selflessly to help others in need. * Broken Hill musician Sharna Burcher has always had country in her blood and now she has a hit on her hands with a new song inspired by the city.

* The Wilcannia Mission Camps have been officially declared a Cultural Place and Aboriginal Place under the National Parks and Wildlife Act of 1974.

* One of the largest coordinated wild dog aerial baiting programs in Western NSW has been completed. * West Broken Hill Football Club is sticking with the coaches chosen for the 2020 season, despite no football being played this year.

* The 20/21 BDCL season has been plagued with off field issues, from COVID-19, facility upgrades and in the last few weeks, rain preventing A grade from playing.