Broken Hill will be a safe, vibrant, prosperous and culturally rich city achieved through community leadership and sustainable management. Council will provide responsive community leadership and high quality services in a sustainable manner to maintain and enhance Broken Hill’s lifestyle.
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The design for the city's new library will go on show to the public tomorrow during the first of two community engagement sessions.
The sessions will be held at the former Pellew and Moore Building (332 Argent Street) tomorrow, and Friday between 10am and 2pm at 332 Argent Street, with Council staff on hand to answer questions relating to the design.
The unveiling comes after Councillors unanimously voted to relocate the library to Argent Street as part of the Living Museum + Perfect Light project.
Shorty O'Neil Village is set to remain a centre for the city's aged residents after it was sold to senior community living specialists, Eureka Group Holdings Limited.
Contracts were signed and exchanged at a price of $1,155,000 (inc. GST) on August 30, with settlement expected to occur on December 20.
Councillors voted to sell the Village in 2015, and responsibility for the sale was recently delegated to Council's General Manager, James Roncon.
Ravishing pint-sized techno songstress, LaDonna Rama forges a polymorphous path through Sydney's queer club and performance art scene. With her kooky pop posturing and menacing disco grooves, her debut self-titled release fuses a heady combination of dark experimental house, campy techno, new wave and perverted pop. For the Dream Merchant opening at Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery as part of the Broken Heel Festival, LaDonna Rama will perform a live set of her music. the performance will use tracks accompanied by live singing and choreography.
Following his Thursday night performance for the Broken Heel Festival join Liam Benson for "You and Me", a participatory performance artwork that acknowledges Australia's Aboriginal history and present through sequin embroidery. Audience members are invited to work collaboratively with Liam, where participants can learn how to sew sequins whilst acknowledging country through a map depicting the diverse language groups of First Nation Australians.
In conjunction with the Broken Heel Festival, the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery presents Dream Merchant artists Liam Benson and Naomi Oliver who, inside the Gallery's Workshop Shed, will teach you how to design and create your own fabulous headdresses and accessories using sequins, glitter and feathers. Workshop for ages 6 and up.
Limited places, bookings are essential.
Community input is being sought by Council and Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) for the establishment of a truck wash in Broken Hill.
Truck washes play an important role in vehicle productivity and maintenance, as well as an important role in protecting NSW’s biosecurity.
Under the 'Fixing Country Truck Washes' program, the NSW Government and Australian Government will each contribute $5 million over the next two years to provide co-funding for new and existing truck washes.
Not now! It's Christmas!
Jesus turns up in the Vicar's parish and stays for Christmas! Adapted from a short story by Adrian Plass.
Bishop Rob Gillion in his one-man show. Directed by Janine Gillion.
Tickets available at he Musicians Club
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