Wednesday 18 November 2020


Barrier Truth Wednesday 18 November 2020




* The local Y’s Men’s Club, which has raised about $1 million dollars for the city, is marking its 50th anniversary.

* QR codes and electronic contact tracing will soon become compulsory for hotel patrons and others out for a good time.

* The High Schools Mining Project began at Robinson College on Monday in a collaboration between the Broken Hill and Willyama high schools, the mining industry, Robinson College and the NSW Government.

* On the eve of their diamond wedding anniversary tomorrow, John and Janice Pascoe have reminisced about their wedding day and the 60 years they have been together.

* Three Far West Local Health District employees who volunteered for the bushfire emergency response have been officially recognised by the NSW Premier for their fine work.

* With more than 15 years’ coaching experience with the South Football Club, Darren ‘Boof’ Smith has been appointed senior coach for the 2021 season.