Round 18 RCCA tomorrow

It's round 18 of the Red Cliffs Cricket Association's men's A Grade competition this weekend. Cardross takes on Tempy and Millewa hosts Nursery Ridge while Ouyen Rams clash with Fire Brigade. South West has the bye.

Mildura featured in country arts book

Mildura's featuring a book focusing on arts in country areas.The city's been leading a revolution since the 50s of country-based galleries, and will feature in the Art for the Country: The story of Victoria's regional...

Locals shine on the track at Phillip Island

Mildura V8 Supercar drivers CAMERON WATERS and RICK KELLY have taken to the track on Phillip Island for the official test day.Cameron finished on top of the practice list in his new Mustang saying it...

River blessing tomorrow

  A Blessing of the rivers ceremony's being held at the junction of the Murray Darling Rivers in Wentworth tomorrow.It was sparked by an idea to invite all people to stand in solidarity with local river...

Federal funding for local groups

  More than 430-thousand dollars has been announced in federal funding for sporting and community groups across the Mallee.The money's coming from the Community Sports Infrastructure and Stronger Communities Programs.Successful applicants include the Red Cliffs Golf...

Farmers bracing for a year without a harvest

Some farmers along the Darling River are bracing for their first year without a harvest after warning they could be left without water if the Menindee Lakes were drained.One family say they only have four-months...

Monday morning attempted car theft… Public help needed

Police are appealing for the public's help after someone tried to steal a car from a Dareton home. The occupants were woken by their dog early Monday morning, finding their vehicle's lights and radio on. Anyone with...

Climate blamed for Rosella colours

The climate could be responsible for one of the world's most diversely coloured parrots.New research has found crimson rosellas are typically found around Victoria's coastal areas, while in drier and hotter areas like Mildura, they're...

Have a coffee with a cop

There's a chance for locals to find out more about local policing with Coffee with a Cop happening today at Mildura Central.Leading Senior Constable MARK BAUMANN says it's a chance for residents to ask questions. Mark...

Calls for investment into biosecurity monitoring

A farming lobby group wants more investment in biosecurity monitoring at Australia's borders after the recent detection of African swine fever and foot and mouth disease at airports and mailing centres.The Victorian Farmers Federation says...