Police investigate stolen weapons

Police are investigating the theft of weapons from a storage container. The theft happened in Broken Hill in the first half of this year while the container's owner was in medical care. Items stolen include a taser,...

Hospitals call to sewing buffs

Cloth face masks are being made for Mildura Hospital visitors during the pandemic. While the hospital says it's well-supplied with Personal Protective Equipment for staff having masks for visitors would be a drain on resources. It's asking...

317 yesterday but still locally COVID free

Victoria recorded its biggest increase of COVID-19 cases yesterday but Mildura remains free of known active cases. Most of the 317 cases yesterday were in metropolitan Melbourne. Mildura still sits on five cases with all patients recovering...

PS Ruby

PS Ruby is now up on slips after making her way to Buronga. She's expected to be on the slips for the next three to four weeks, undergoing NSW Maratime Survey,before she returns to Wentworth.         Image by vs_soccer_starlet from Pixabay.  ...

Murray Darling Association

Emerging leaders are being encouraged in the Murray Darling Association's Basin Communities Leadership Program. The Inaugural Program will include online interactive modules, face-to-face workshops and project developement. The Federal Government says it's important to find the next...

Still No Cases

Victoria's Health Minister's been called on to extend local testing criteria for Coronavirus. Mildura MP ALI CUPPER'S written to JENNY MIKAKOS, asking for residents who've been in Melbourne, or had contact with someone from Melbourne in...

Green Bins

  Nearly 270-tonnes of organic waste has been collected in the first week of putting the green bins into the street. Mildura Council says the green bin collection has been a success so far, diverting the organic...

Blue line thanking our community

Locals have been thanked for their patience and support during the border closure between Victoria and NSW. NSW police say they're continually monitoring the operation at the George Chaffey Bridge with peak flows becoming more manageable...

$400 COVID restriction breach

A local man caught breaching coronavirus restrictions five times in one day earlier this year has been fined $400. The 20-year-old faced the Mildura court on Wednesday over the incidents in April pleading guilty to failing...

Wentworth GP clinic on horizon

Wentworth council's providing $170K to help set up a medical clinic in the town. Councillors have supported a propoal by the Coomealla Health Aboriginal Corporation recognising the need for medical services within the local community. It's proposed...