Saturday 8 September 2018


Barrier Daily Truth Saturday 8 September 2018




* See page 2 for all the glitz and glamour of the Broken Heel Festival opening night.

* Foundation Broken Hill in conjunction with the local AFL Group have lodged their final application for government funding to upgrade the Jubilee Oval. They are seeking $2.7 million from the NSW Government Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund.

* The Philharmonic Choir is presenting a mini concert this Sunday as a quieter alternative to the Broken Heel Festival for those who are looking for something a little more low key. Details Page 3.

* The first Broken Hill and Far West NSW Indigenous Woodcarvers Gathering is on display at the Old Town Hall Gallery. Organised by West Darling Arts, it is comprised of a collection of wood carvings by the Amanya Mitha Indigenous Arts gallery, Broken Hill Catholic Care ‘Men’s Woodcarving Group’ and Barkindji artist, Brian Harris, whose work is on display alongside his paintings and other works.