Missing woman Kyiesha Fisher

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing woman Kyiesha Fisher. The 20-year-old was last seen in Swan Hill on Saturday 19 October. Police and family have concerns for Kyiesha’s welfare due to the length...

Detour Changes, Deakin and Seventeenth Intersection

An altered detour will be in place on Mildura’s Deakin Avenue from Tuesday 12 November. To allow for construction of the new roundabout at the intersection of Deakin Avenue and 17th Street, drivers heading south along...

Keep a look out for this car 

Mildura Police are asking members of our local community to keep a look out for a stolen vehicle YPZ004 a 2002 Hyundai Tiburon black in colour which was allegedly stolen from a Fifteenth Street address...

Request for public assistance

Mildura Police are seeking public assistance in relation to an alleged theft of $557 of groceries from a Fifteenth Street supermarket on the 21st of October.  It is believed the person pictured below nay be able...

Have you lost a bike?

Mildura Police have come into possession of a green coloured BMX bicycle with a black helmet and would like to return these items to the rightful owner.  If you are missing these items or know someone...

Lightning strike fire

The water canon on a fireboat has been used to put out a fire in a redgum tree top north east of Lake Cullulleraine. DELWP crews were called to the blaze earlier this week on Mullroo...

74 year old threatened in aggravated burglary

A man has been remanded in custody charged over an aggravated burglary at Broken Hill. The 21-year-old is accused of going into a home last month and threatening a 74-year-old woman while demanding money. He was arrested...

Wheelbarrow push for Millewa farmers

The Lake Cullulleraine to Werrimull wheelbarrow push will take place tomorrow morning, all to support our local Millewa Farmers.  Teams of 3 or more members are invited to join in the fun with 5 teams already...

Backpacker tax toxic

The CEO of Citrus Australia has called the Backpacker Tax legislation TOXIC and wants the government to repeal it entirely. It comes after the federal court ruled the tax couldn't be applied to working holiday makers...

School rates a possibility

Private and catholic schools across Sunraysia could soon be forced to pay rates providing local councils with badly-needed additional funds. The Municipal Association of Victoria wants the government to scrap rate exemptions for private and religious...