IN THIS EDITION:
* After headlining the Saturday night stretch of the Broken Heel Festival, Christine Anu held a gave a special performance for Aboriginal girls yesterday morning at the Regional Art Gallery. FULL STORY Page 2.
* The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) has welcomed the first of its new Beechcraft Kingair 350 after a 12-day journey from the other side of the world. The three-man crew took off from Wichita, USA for the flight through Canada, Iceland, England, Switzerland, Greece, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and Singapore. It then stopped off in Broome before arriving at the local RFDS base on Sunday. ALL THE DETAILS Page 3.
* A spate of thefts occurred over the weekend including a handbag stolen from a private function in Argent Street around 11pm on Saturday night and a “grab and go” at a petrol station.
* City Council’s parks and gardens crew are set to learn from the best with a visit from a renowned curator. The South has long boasted that the Alma Oval has the best playing surface in Broken Hill and their claim will soon be given further weight when Graeme Logan gets to work on it.