IN THIS EDITION:
* Fundraising powerhouse Abbie Kelly (pictured) hasn’t been deterred by the pandemic, even though it has put her plans for a Crazy Sock Day on hold.
* The disappearance of one fifth of the water that should have been returned to the Murray-Darling system was more evidence that the Menindee Lakes Water Saving Project was a fraud, says the Darling River Action Group.
* The community of Mildura and surrounds continue to face frustration despite border restrictions being eased.
* Local businesses in the Far West region will have the opportunity to voice their concerns and needs directly to the state and federal governments by participating in a survey being conducted by Regional Development Australia Far West (RDAFW).
* COVID-19 testing and screening numbers have been on a slow rise across the Far West region.
* The Tydvil Hotel has ticked all boxes to build their new distillery after receiving the green light from the Australian Taxation Office.
* Local historian Christine Adams has written another book, ‘A Monumental History: Broken Hill Cemetery & Its Stories’ and it was unveiled at a book launch on Thursday at the Railway Museum.
* Only three players in 100-year history of the Adelaide-based Goodwood Saints have managed to play 300 senior football matches for the club.