Broken Hill will be a vibrant, prosperous and culturally rich Heritage City shared with visitors from around the world. Council will provide high quality services and leadership to enhance community living and facilitate a prosperous economy.
The Civic Ball will be held at the Civic Centre in August this year to allow refurbishment...
Organisations looking for financial assistance for their event, activity or programme have...
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I wish to express my disappointment at today's announcement that the local BigW outlet will close on June 17, 2018.
Council received a call from BigW this afternoon regarding the closure and we were truly shocked by the news.
One of the brightest artistic talents from Broken Hill is to receive a significant boost to their career with a grant announced today by Minister for the Arts Don Harwin and Barwon MP Kevin Humphries.
The Civic Ball will be held at the Civic Centre in August this year to allow refurbishment works at the facility to be completed.
Although the event is ordinarily held in May, a new date of 24 August was decided upon by this year's debutantes and their families after discussions with Mayor Darriea Turley and Council staff.
Mayor Turley said all participants were in favour of moving the event to a later date, with the majority selecting 24 August as their preferred option.
As night falls on the peaceful village of Deweys Haven werewolves roam the night devouring defenceless villagers and as each morning rises so does the death toll. In the harsh reality of light, villagers band together and lynch those among them whom they suspect of violent acts before the blood thirsty werewolves slay the entire village altogether.
Organisations looking for financial assistance for their event, activity or programme have just over a month left to apply for funding under the first round of Council's Community Assistance Grants scheme.
The previous round of funding saw $42,000 distributed to various organisations for projects ranging from fencing and infrastructure upgrades to conferences and training programs.
Broken Hill is getting behind the Clean Up Australia promotion with one clean up already completed and several more to come.
Clean Up Australia Day officially falls on March 4, but Clontarf Foundation students from Broken Hill High School got a head start on the promotion by clearing rubbish around Queen Elizabeth Park with Council staff on Tuesday.
The students removed litter from garden beds and also tackled weeds and couch grass to help improve the park's appearance.
One of the city's iconic landmarks is set to return to civic use after Councillors voted to construct a new library incorporating the Town Hall Facade.
The decision comes after a three-month community engagement programme in late 2017 that saw 64 per cent of respondents vote in favour of building a new facility.
Council has joined forces with Peterborough and Port Pirie to help drive tourism in the Far West and regional South Australia.
The trio of Councils are hosting the Heritage Rail Trail Fuel Competition, with a $2000 BP fuel card up for grabs.
The Heritage Rail Trail is a tourist road route that showcases the rail heritage of all the towns between Broken Hill and Port Pirie.
This exhibition, which marks the centenary of Gough Whitlam’s...