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Originally published: Wednesday, 31st December, 2008
Flying Doctor staff begin to move into their new surroundings in a little over a week, as the $3 million expansion of the Broken Hill base nears completion.
Originally published: Tuesday, 30th December, 2008
Children have been flocking to the city's new water slide. They're hoping for an exhilarating ride down into cool water, but the only thing plunging is their spirits.
Originally published: Monday, 29th December, 2008
As summer heats up and school holidays set in, City Council is putting the finishing touches to the city's new pool in readiness for the official opening on Australia Day.
Originally published: Wednesday, 24th December, 2008
Dedicated fundraiser Hayden Zammit is asking locals to help those with cancer via his Camp Quality Christmas Lights Appeal.
Originally published: Tuesday, 23rd December, 2008
Local Donna Gaiter headed the individual awards at the Greyhound Racing Club presentation night on Saturday, taking out Trainer of the Year with a score of 279 points.
Originally published: Monday, 22nd December, 2008
Nine people have been charged or cautioned for drug related offences after sniffer dogs searched licenced premises, public areas and the street over the weekend.
Originally published: Friday, 19th December, 2008
Unionists employed at City Council will impose work bans from today as negotiations for a new three-year agreement soured again yesterday.
Originally published: Thursday, 18th December, 2008
As the city's HSC graduates start planning their futures after finding out how they went in their exams, some local teenagers already know that university is on the cards no matter what score they get.
Originally published: Wednesday, 17th December, 2008
Company directors have been disallowed from buying public housing auctioned in the city's south after community concern.
Originally published: Tuesday, 16th December, 2008
Students will be able to access their results from this year's Higher School Certificate (HSC) exams tomorrow.
Originally published: Monday, 15th December, 2008
Junior cricket said farewell to its biggest supporter recently when Geoff Goulding pulled stumps on a 25-year association.
Originally published: Saturday, 13th December, 2008
Cool weather meant last night's Carols by Candlelight was never going to set any crowd attendance records, but those that did brave the cold enjoyed the annual Christmas event.
Originally published: Friday, 12th December, 2008
One of the city’s most popular pubs has declared war on violence and has a simply message for would-be trouble-makers this party season: stay away.
Originally published: Wednesday, 10th December, 2008
Written by work experience student Anna Bach, on exchange from Denmark
Originally published: Tuesday, 9th December, 2008
The Ulysses Club's annual Toy Run has once again helped bring a happy Christmas to the less fortunate.
Originally published: Monday, 8th December, 2008
Breastfeeding mothers in the local region can now enjoy better access to information, advice and support from lactation consultants and midwives.
Originally published: Friday, 5th December, 2008
Residents of Creedon Street have called for their neighbourhood to become an Alcohol Free Zone, and they have a lot of support.
Originally published: Thursday, 4th December, 2008
A good number of locals helped celebrate International Day of People with a Disability in the Town Square yesterday.
Originally published: Wednesday, 3rd December, 2008
As many companies are being forced to reduce their workforce in response to Perilya's recent "restructure", others are seeking work outside the city to secure their longevity.
Originally published: Tuesday, 2nd December, 2008
A local motorbike rider is lucky to be alive after riding into a piece of string suspended across the road.