Wednesday 4 November 2020


Barrier Truth Wednesday 4 November 2020




* A special Citizens Inquiry into the disaster on the Barka/Darling River and Menindee Lakes last year has found that governments had breached their obligations and broken international law.

* Police called firefighters to help remove up to ten containers of an unknown substance found when they searched a Morgan Street property on Monday evening.

* Broken Hill is among a new network of local governments that have declared a climate emergency and written to the Prime Minister, urging him to act on climate change as part of the nation’s recovery from COVID-19.

* Laurel and Bryan Symonds will tomorrow celebrate 65 years of marriage.

* Local St John’s Ambulance volunteers were recognised at a NSW annual awards ceremony last week.

* North have finally got their A Grade season started with a 21-run win over Central.

* After a couple of weekends off thanks to unusual wet weather in Broken Hill, the Barrier District Cricket League had a full schedule of matches last weekend.