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Energy giant to discuss issues

Saturday, 30th June, 2012

AGL’s general manager for power development, Scott Thomas and manager of solar development, Doug Landfear. PICTURE: Gavin Schmidt AGL’s general manager for power development, Scott Thomas and manager of solar development, Doug Landfear. PICTURE: Gavin Schmidt

By Kurtis Eichler

AGL said it was pleased with the make-up of its Silverton Wind Farm Community Consultative Committee (CCC).

The first of the monthly meetings will be held tomorrow night at the Silverton Municipal Chambers and will be attended by AGL’s general manager for power development, Scott Thomas and manager of solar development, Doug Landfear.

Silverton and Broken Hill residents as well as a City Council representative will make up the voluntary committee.

Long road to the top

Friday, 8th June, 2012

Ian Callinan was king of the kids during his Broken Hill visit this week. Ian Callinan was king of the kids during his Broken Hill visit this week.

Ian Callinan’s football story is out of place in the modern AFL landscape.

It began the same way as many other AFL players; a promising junior career which led on to selection as part of the under 18 All-Australian team in 2000.

The next part of the script was for him to be picked up by an AFL club in the 2000 draft, but that never happened.

Pies confirm premiership credentials

Friday, 8th June, 2012

Central 12-14 (86) def, West 3-5 (23)

South 16.10 (106) def, North 8.8 (56)

Central have stamped their authority on the Under 18 competition with a comprehensive 63-point win over second placed West on Wednesday night.

Birthday party time at the Y

Friday, 8th June, 2012

BH YMCA customer service officer Elysha Rogers dressed up as Catwoman for the super hero theme of Y Week. BH YMCA customer service officer Elysha Rogers dressed up as Catwoman for the super hero theme of Y Week.

By Chloe Vella 

Broken Hill’s YMCA - the oldest in the State - inviited everyone to join in the fun as “the Y” celebrated almost 170 years of existence this week.

On Tuesday is was 168 years to the day that the Young Men’s Christian Association was established in London.

No dough for Lode road

Friday, 8th June, 2012

By Andrew Robertson

Cash-strapped City Council has knocked back a request from a State Government department to fund urgent repairs to the Miners’ Memorial access road and carpark.

Council already carries out jet-patching on the road and carpark to the value of $3000 a year but the Department of Primary Industries requested $30,000 so that urgent repairs can be carried out on the pot-holed road.

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