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News archive

This is an archive containing every news story ever posted on the BDT website. If you’re looking for a specific article, try the search box at the top right hand side of this page. Otherwise you can just browse the archive by selecting a year and month below.

December, 2009

Access for Life

Originally published: Wednesday, 30th December, 2009

The Ambulance Service of NSW is aiming to make workplaces safer with its "Access for Life" campaign.

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Pair found guilty of $2.5m fraud

Originally published: Friday, 25th December, 2009

A married couple has been found guilty of fraudulently obtaining millions of dollars to buy a cattle station near Tibooburra.

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Christmas comes with a cause

Originally published: Wednesday, 23rd December, 2009

Young fundraiser Hayden Zammit is again asking locals to dig deep for cancer sufferers via donations at his Christmas lights display.

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Staker back where it all began

Originally published: Tuesday, 22nd December, 2009

Brent Staker might be gearing up for his new life with the Brisbane Lions, but that doesn't mean he's forgotten the football club where his career began.

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Men assaulted in home

Originally published: Monday, 21st December, 2009

A 52-year-old man has been flown to the Royal Adelaide Hospital with a fractured skull after being assaulted in his own home.

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Great digital divide

Originally published: Saturday, 19th December, 2009

By Stefan Delatovic Neither the government nor broadcasters plan to come to the aid of the city's television viewers.

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Sophiya so good

Originally published: Friday, 18th December, 2009

A Willyama High School student has scored the best HSC result in the city with 90.8.

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Hard work pays off for students

Originally published: Thursday, 17th December, 2009

Tuesday night's restless sleep couldn't end soon enough for Sophiya Patel.

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Power surge

Originally published: Wednesday, 16th December, 2009

An unprecedented proposal to increase NSW power bills by up to 62 per cent by 2013 shows the massive impact the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) will have on households, the federal opposition says.

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Leasecorp defiant

Originally published: Tuesday, 15th December, 2009

By Andrew Robertson

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Marina wows crowd

Originally published: Monday, 14th December, 2009

Residents turned up in their thousands to Sturt Park to hear acclaimed singer Marina Prior perform at Carols by Candlelight last night.

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Girls ditch night on town

Originally published: Saturday, 12th December, 2009

No strangers to enjoying a night on the town, the Barrier Daily Truth's Kristy Tucker and Jenny Hall have decided to forego a night out in the name of cancer research.

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Wet and wild

Originally published: Saturday, 12th December, 2009

A group of Wilcannia school students had a wet and wild finish to the school year yesterday with an excursion to the city's pool.

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Cut and collect for a cure

Originally published: Friday, 11th December, 2009

When teenager Jack Attrill decided to join the fight against leukemia he needed the support of locals. He got it. The 18-year-old Shave for a Cure participant set himself a goal of raising at least $1,500 for the Leukemia Foundation by this week. He reached the target after locals dug deep and donated to the cause, including via numerous money tins placed on shop counters around the city. So, at 3.20pm on Tuesday the apprentice chef fulfilled his end of the bargain and made an appointment at the hairdressers. As family, friends and other customers looked on, Jack, who last had a hair cut six years ago, said goodbye to his long dark locks. He said he was inspired to take part in the shave after a friend contracted the disease that kills 1,500 Australian each year. "Too many young kids get it," he said. Only yesterday a young local boy who was diagnosed with a form of the cancer in January this year was farewelled at the Cathedral. Nine-year-old Will Keurschner battled the disease for almost 12 months but lost his fighton Wednesday last week. For a short time Jack will still accept donations for the Leukemia Foundation and people can donate at the Astra Hotel.

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Long ride wraps up year

Originally published: Thursday, 10th December, 2009

Children from Silverlea Early Childhood Services travelled in style yesterday as they enjoyed a school excursion in a limousine.

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Celebrating 100 years

Originally published: Wednesday, 9th December, 2009

Grace Tyler celebrated her 100th birthday with family yesterday.

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Hampers as sweet as ever

Originally published: Tuesday, 8th December, 2009

St Vincent de Paul's Christmas hampers will be as sweet as ever this year thanks to the continued support of the Lions Club and Far West Auto.

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Cuy clear leader

Originally published: Monday, 7th December, 2009

By Stefan Delatovic Wincin Cuy is virtually guaranteed to be the city's next Mayor.

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High speed internet link for city in 18 months

Originally published: Saturday, 5th December, 2009

A high-speed internet link between Broken Hill and Adelaide is expected to be built within 18 months.

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Christmas special

Originally published: Friday, 4th December, 2009

Two special guests alighted the Indian Pacific's Christmas in the Outback train when it arrived in the city yesterday morning.

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Andrew mows 'em down

Originally published: Thursday, 3rd December, 2009

The facial hair grown by three pharmacists over the last month were finally revealed, bringing an end to "Movember".

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Boy racer caught doing 106kph

Originally published: Wednesday, 2nd December, 2009

A 17-year-old boy has been disqualified from driving for six months after he was caught driving at more than double the speed limit. Police said the boy was driving in Creedon Street at 5.50pm on Monday when he was recorded by Highway Patrol officers travelling at 106 kilometres an hour in a 50 kilometre-an-hour zone. He was fined and his provisional licence suspended on the spot.

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Tourist amenities boosted in Silverton

Originally published: Tuesday, 1st December, 2009

The Silverton Municipal Chambers will become a hub for the town's tourists and locals under a plan announced by the Silverton Village Committee.

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