Broken Hill


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Broken Hill

n
(Placename) a town in SE Australia, in W New South Wales: mining centre for lead, silver, and zinc. Pop: 19 834 (2001)
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Kab•we

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n.
a city in central Zambia: old mining town. 190,752. Formerly, Broken Hill.
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The boy had driven more than 800 miles from his home in Kendall on the east coast when he was stopped by traffic police on Saturday on the Barrier Highway near the remote mining town of Broken Hill.
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Minister for Mental Health and Lifestyles Kevin Humphries announced last year that pilot mental health services would be put out to tender to private companies to deliver mental health, physical health and drug and alcohol support - Dubbo, Orange, Nepean Blue Mountains, Broken Hill, Nowra, and Cumberland have all been stated to be privatised.
- Down-hole EM of all 15 drill holes is scheduled for early September in search of Broken Hill Type mineralisation.
The NSW Government said the uranium deposits might exist around Broken Hill.
In the years leading up to 1920, Broken Hill, a mining town in far western New South Wales, cemented its reputation for industrial militancy.
At his Broken Hill funeral there was an enormous outpouring of grief and memorial services were held around the country.
Police went to the house in the town of Broken Hill and discovered the parcel contained 200 grams of heroin, worth pounds 65,000.