Tuesday 30 April 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Tuesday 30 April 2019




* A woman who tried to enter the jail to visit an inmate had been banned from entering any prison in NSW, the Local Court heard yesterday.

* Local swimmer Kalyce Pressler wins gold and silver at the National Age Swimming Championships in Adelaide. FULL STORY: PAGE 20

* Read the latest update on $1.1m the resealing of Oxide Street – PAGE 3.

* The winners of the inaugural “Under the Silver Tree” co-operative bookshop’s Short Story and Poetry Competition were announced on Sunday night at an awards ceremony held in the courtyard of the Grand Hotel.

* Columnist Peter Black’s recent instalment of the History of the Roman Catholic Church in Broken Hill is fascinating. Read it on PAGE 4

* The United Australia Party was a “dictatorship” led by a man who still owed his former employees seven million dollars, Labor’s candidate for the federal seat of Parkes said yesterday.