Thieves targeting CBD

Mildura police are urging locals in rural areas to lock buildings and other areas when not in use. They say thieves are targeting Mildura's CBD and other areas including Red Cliffs and Koorlong. Residents are being urged...

2% Rate Rise for Mildura Residents

Mildura ratepayers are in for an average two per cent rate rise after councillors passed the city's budget for this financial year. The near $150 MILLION financial document also includes just over $50 MILLION for capital...

Border debate continues with Farmers Federation

Farmers are facing critical worker shortages with international and domestic border closures biting before the looming fruit harvest. The National Farmers Federation says border closures are making things difficult for producers about to harvest crops with...

Covid testing continues

Mildura remains free of known active cases of COVID-19 but locals are being urged NOT to be complacent. Sunraysia Community Health Services says anyone feeling unwell, even with the mildest of symptoms can call its Mildura...

61, speeding and over the limit

A driver’s lost his licence for three months after being caught over the limit. The 61-year-old was clocked doing 85km/h in a 60 zone on Saturday night, then allegedly blew 0.059 He’s also been fined more than...

Council to vote on instrument landing system

Mildura councillors will vote today whether to allocate $1-MILLION dollars from the city's budget for installation of an Instrument Landing System at Mildura airport. A report has recommended the funding be allocated for the $4-MILLION  project. The...

Nine unregistered vehicles over one weekend

Nine drivers have been caught in unregistered vehicles during a Mildura police operation. Each driver was fined $826 after being caught over the weekend. One of those, a 26-year-old local, was also fined another $826 for being...

Cupper, Dalton & Maxwell push for bubble

Victorian and NSW state politicians have joined forces, calling for federal government intervention on border restrictions. Mildura MP ALI CUPPER,  NSW member for Murray HELEN DALTON and Northern Victorian MP TANIA MAXWELL says the tougher restrictions...

3000 Fruit Fines Challenged

It's been revealed more than 3000 fines handed to people for bringing fruit into South Australia are being challenged. Figures show nearly 9900 fines have been issued for fruit found at Yamba quarantine station. The Adelaide Advertiser...

Arrested over alleged bike theft

A Mildura man's been arrested in relation to the alleged theft of a motorbike. Police say the theft happened from a local business carpark on Saturday with a 39-year-old man arrested later in the day. He was...