Wednesday 10 April 2019


Barrier Daily Truth Wednesday 10 April 2019




* Irrigators in southern NSW have formed an alliance with local river campaigners in the battle to save the Darling and “The Kakadu of the South”.

* 4BP Horses are going to start a new round of suicide awareness clinics in Aboriginal communities following a great start to their program in the last several months.

* Tea cosies made by the ladies at Shorty O’Neil Village have been generously donated to an upcoming high-tea being hosted by the local Country Women’s Association.

* Headspace Broken Hill and the Clinic 9 BH Sexual Health Clinic have joined forces to promote a “Pee for $50” competition as part of NSW Youth Week.

* After 10 years of construction and $51 billion in funding the National Broadband Network is on track to be completed by next year.

* North Public School held its primary athletics carnival on their oval yesterday. Students enjoyed the high jump, long jump, shot put and discus.