Thursday 5 September 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Thursday 5 September 2019




* NSW Labor Leader Jodi McKay was in the city today and had a very clear message for Premier Gladys Berejiklian about the state of the Darling-Barka. FULL STORY: PAGE 5

* A stretch of scrub near the railway line on the Menindee Road has been used as an illegal dumping ground for rubbish, which can be seen from passing trains such as the Explorer and the Indian Pacific. Not a good look.

* The NSW regulator for taxis and hire vehicles in currently in the city to talk with local service providers about how they can improve the safety of their services.

* If you’re out and about tomorrow, be sure to pick up something to support Legacy. The Broken Hill Legacy Widows will be out on Friday in the usual places, selling items. The group is calling on anyone who may be interested in joining the group to ensure its continued services. DETAILS: PAGE 2

* Local science star Kelsie Mitchell has been selected to attend the National Youth Science Forum early next year. STORY: PAGE 3