R U Okay Day

We're being asked to dig a little deeper this R-U-OK DAY and ask people how they're REALLY feeling. Organisers of the campaign say people are doing it tougher than usual this year thanks to pressure from...

Hospitality Limits

Some Regional hospitality venues are worried they won't be able to re-open when restrictions are lifted from midnight. The limit of ten people inside and 20 outside has been criticised by some, saying they can't justify...

Man arrested over aggravated burglary

A Robinvale man's been arrested in relation to an attempted aggravated burglary and criminal damage. It's not known when the alleged incident happened but police say a 31-year-old man has since been charged.  

Lockdown 7 ending for Sunraysia

Despite the local COVID case Mildura will join the rest of regional Victoria in being released from lockdown from midnight. The five reasons for leaving home will be lifted but there'll still be limits on public...

Tier 2 site listed for Mildura

Dan Murphy's on Fifteenth Street has been listed as a Tier Two covid exposure site. Anyone who was at the store between 3pm and 3.35pm last Friday needs to get tested and isolate until they receive...

Extension to attract more Pacific workers

The Victorian government is extending the quarantine pathway to allow more Pacific workers to work in the state during the harvest season. The workers will quarantine in Tassie before coming to Victoria. Mildura MP ALI CUPPER says...

Canadian authorities expose local child abuse activity

A Swan Hill man arrested and charged for soliciting child abuse material overseas has been sentenced to five years jail. The 26 year-old was arrested last year following a tip off from Canadian Authorities who told...

City drivers showing up regional Victoria

New research has found drivers in regional areas such as Mildura are more likely to drink and drive than people living in Melbourne. They're also less likely to wear seat belts and break road rules because...

Significant increase in drowning during Covid

Almost 300 Australians drowned in the last financial year, a 20% increase on the previous twelve-months. Rivers and creeks such as the Murray accounted for 28% of the deaths. Doctor HANNAH CALVERLEY from Lifesaving Victoria says age...

Local tenants struggling to cover rent

The phones of Tennant advocacy groups in Victoria are being flooded by private renters who are struggling to pay their rent because of lost jobs or hours. FAR-RAH FAROUQUE from Tennants Victoria says they recently conducted...