THE victim of a vicious assault in front of her two young children watched as her attacker was this week sentenced to spend at least the next three years behind bars.
Allan Murphy A MILDURA woman has been warned she will end up in jail unless she stops reoffending.
Ashlee Falvo firstname.lastname@example.org WHILE many of us struggle to get out of bed in the colder weather, Fenix Maiorana is about to undertake the marathon of a lifetime.
Allan Murphy email@example.com THE drug ice had got the better of a Merbein mother of three when she became involved in a jewellery heist which netted more than $50,000 worth of gemstones and necklaces, a court has been told.
Allan Murphy A YOUNG Mildura woman who pawned six fake gold ingots for $6500 was ultimately going to get caught after using her own Victorian driver licence as proof of identification, a court has been told.
By Marina Hacquin - firstname.lastname@example.org ANYONE can benefit from yoga, regardless of their age, shape, gender and physical limitations.
By Ashlee Falvo - email@example.com PSYCHOLOGIST Rosalie Milner said phone calls from locals “desperate to see a psychologist quickly” are frequent at her Mildura-based practice.
By Caitlyn Morgan - firstname.lastname@example.org TRINITY Lutheran College students took a step back in time this term to learn about the history of Mildura, Australia and international influences on our nation.
By Christopher Testa - email@example.com THE Murray-Darling Basin Plan was not the main cause of job losses in irrigation communities across northern Victoria, southern NSW and South Australia, according to new modelling.