Former Broken Hill boy, Dion Draper, has won a scholarship to attend the Harvard Business School in the USA.
Mr Draper was born in the city and was a student at Burke Ward primary school and Broken Hill High School who went on to graduate with a degree in accountancy from Adelaide University.
He is now the chief financial officer and company secretary of the Sage automotive group in South Australia.
The Broken Hill Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Bruce Langford Visitors’ Centre has been ranked as the city’s most popular tourist attraction.
A selection of Barrier Truth staff have created a new in-house venture which is being called “Barrier Truth Design”.
A cobalt mine in the Thackaringa Hills district could last for 20 years and bring about 400 jobs to Broken Hill, says the company behind it.