Foundation Broken Hill Far West Excellence in Business Awards

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The Foundation Broken Hill Far West Excellence in Business Awards were conducted at a gala evening on 28 November 2015 at the Broken Hill Civic Centre. The awards attracted over 3000 nominations this year making the judging process an extremely difficult task. Congratulations to all winners, finalist and entrants Winners of the awards were; Overall Winner OUTBACK SPIRIT AWARD – …

Far West Regional Food Survey

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Regional Development Australia Far West strongly believe in the future prospects of the region and are currently investigating the options and opportunities to grow and enhance the Agri-Business sector in the region. Taking the time to complete the survey could support: Growing and diversifying the Agri-Business sector Developing a paddock to plate concept Export opportunities Creating jobs Retaining our young …

Choir of Hard Knocks commits to Fringe Festival.

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The Broken Hill Fringe Festival kicked off on Thursday night with a free family night in the Town Square.  The festival has daily events lined up for the duration of the festival (March 5th – 15th) and included a family picnic at Patton Park on Saturday night.  Visitors were entertained by Jonathon Welch and the School of Hard Knocks Choir …


Suzanne Walson Your Stories

“I have lived here all my 33 years.  Broken Hill has been so good to us, a great place to live with cheap living (no city stresses).  There are great business opportunities and affordable houses and plenty for the kids to do.  People are friendly and all my close friends are here.  Best of all you can still afford to …


Suzanne Walson Your Stories

“I have lived in Broken Hill for 27 years.  The community spirit in Broken Hill never ceases to amaze me and I feel it’s a great place to raise our young family.”


Suzanne Walson Your Stories

“I love Broken Hill because my family and friends live here. and it’s a great place to bring children up as family and friends are close.  It’s a safer town than most and everyone knows everyone.  It’s not too far to travel from A to B, you can just ‘duck’ in and out of shops an you can save cash …

Palmqvist Family

Suzanne Walson Your Stories

“We moved to Broken Hill in January 2014 when my wife started working at the Royal Flying doctor’s Service. During the winter the whole family played soccer across two clubs – West Panthers and Celtic Football Club.  Now, as it is getting warmer, swimming with the Alma Swimming Club is top of the agenda.  the kids also play Futsal and …


Suzanne Walson Your Stories

“When my husband told me he had a a job opportunity in Broken Hill I replied ‘I will move to Broken Hill over my dead body’.  However we came for an interview and a look around and I was sold.  The town is a great size and has everything we need and the community spirit is constantly surprising and impressing me …