Published on 27 February 2020
A wrap of the February ordinary Meeting of Council
Published on 26 February 2020
The event marks the 10th Anniversary of the esteemed Indigenous awards and this year features an increased prize pool of $10,000.
Published on 21 February 2020
"We never want to find ourselves in another situation like the Civic Centre, and I think the OLG/DPIE saw that we're being very proactive on that front."
Published on 17 February 2020
"Our city's rich heritage is so expansive, and many people have made contributions in different ways"
Published on 13 February 2020
"This decision is just staggering. The people of Menindee, Wilcannia, and other lower Darling communities must feel completely abandoned."
Published on 10 February 2020
"Some people might want radical change, others might be quite happy for things to stay the same. What's important is that everyone puts their view forward."
Published on 07 February 2020
"Residents are encouraged to sort their waste prior to coming to the waste facility to utilise recycling opportunities and avoid fees."
"It was a chance to put Broken Hill and the region into the spotlight and show that we’re a major outback destination."
Published on 04 February 2020
"This is a great opportunity for seniors to enjoy a day out to socialise, get some exercise, and chat with support groups who can provide a range of valuable services."
28 February 2020
Two Up at The Palace every Friday night from 9pm!Heads or tails? The choice is yours! Kitchen open from 6pm for dinner Ph: 8088 1699
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Health Corporation and West Darling Arts invite you to come view the finalist works from the 10th Anniversary of the Maari Ma Indigenous Art Awards.
The Official Opening and Prize announcements for the 2020 Maari Ma Indigenous Art Awards.
This collection of portraits, landscapes and still lives provides a contemplative monograph of life in one of the most remote communities of the world.
'Dirty Diesel & Dusty Deeds' conflates the relationship between human and land through snapshot style drawings of the Australian outback.
Please join the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery for the opening of its new shows.
Live entertainment and music, free bbq, jumping castles, face painting and more...
The exhibition The IKONA, by George Raftopoulos is a series of paintings that investigate the human condition and its intersection with the notion of the ‘ordinary’ being elevated to the status of icon.
9 - 12 AprilWho's secrets will you keep? What scandals will you uncover?
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