Wednesday 24 February 2021


Barrier Truth Wednesday 24 February 2021




* Staff losses and recruitment troubles at the Broken Hill City Council’s planning department has led to a backlog in construction certificate approvals.

* Ivy Anderson’s dream of becoming an author has come true with her story book being printed thanks to her mother.

* The problem of roaming cats and dogs needs to be address by Council, according to a local Councillor but it would come at a considerable cost.

* The NSW Government has spent six years and over $17 million collecting and analysing data to create a “world-leading licensing regime”.

* Football season is on the horizon and that means the Broken Hill AFL League is in need of umpires.