Wednesday 18 March 2020


Barrier Daily Truth Wednesday 18 March 2020




* It is likely the plight of the Darling-Baaka and its towns will gain even more international exposure through an art project, by French “artivist” (artist/activist) JR, that is scheduled to appear in the National Gallery of Victoria’s Triennial exhibition at the end of this year.

* Bruce Duncan has big plans for his extended timeframe of work as the Western Wild Dog Coordinator and is planning to take on some projects that have never been done before.

* You can still borrow all your favourite books without having to leave the house; thanks to the range of eBooks available with your free library membership.

* Broken Hill will be without an ANZAC Day service this year due to ongoing COVID19 fears.

* Harness Racing in Broken Hill will continue but there are changes to the regulations which means race meets will run without crowds until further notice.

* Late yesterday afternoon the AFL announced that all community football associations would be postponed until May 31 2020.