Broken Hill and district was hit with a torrential downpour late yesterday when 10.2 millimetres of rain flooded the city’s streets.
Thunder and lightning heralded the onset of the rain which started to come down heavily around 2pm.
By 3.30pm, the water could be seen flowing strongly in places, and Blende Street came to resemble a lake.
City Council has regained the expertise of Liz Vines, who has resumed her role as Heritage Advisor.
“28Eighty” will soon replace the old kiosk at the Broken Hill Airport with a new and improved cafe that will also give South residents a place to dine out.
A selection of Barrier Truth staff have created a new in-house venture which is being called “Barrier Truth Design”.
The Civic Centre has a new roof at last, after suffering damage in the massive hailstorm of 2016.