THREE councillors, including former mayor Glenn Milne, have backflipped on progressing the Mildura South Regional Sporting Precinct.
Melanie Whiting - email@example.com MILDURA is now closer than ever to securing funding for a drug rehabilitation centre and, based on my personal experience, it couldn’t come soon enough.
Melanie Whiting - firstname.lastname@example.org COUNCILLOR for community safety Simon Clemence says the roll out of 17 new CCTV cameras and improved lighting in the CBD and riverfront will deter illegal activity in Mildura’s crime “hot spots”.
Sarah Harman - email@example.com STAFF at Mildura’s Lime Avenue Australia Post outlet will be happy for some downtime following the Christmas period, with parcels streaming in and out of the store as festive deliveries soar.
Marina Hacquin - firstname.lastname@example.org SUNRAYSIA is home to about 60,000 residents but many of them did not grow up in the region. Whether it meant crossing the world to join their soulmate, or starting a new life on the spur of the moment, every Mildura newcomer has a reason for moving here. These are their stories.
FOREST Fire Management (FFM) Vic is reminding people of the risks associated with lighting fires in parks after a Queensland man pleaded guilty over an incident in a Sunraysia park in March.
Michael DiFabrizio AN annual charity golf day run by three Sunraysia businesses has raised more than $100,000 for local causes for the first time.
Michael DiFabrizio - email@example.com ARE we too attached to social media?
Christopher Testa - firstname.lastname@example.org HEROIC former Mildura police detective Denis Ryan knows the pain caused by disgraced paedophile priest Monsignor John Day will never be forgotten.
Christopher Testa - email@example.com A COURT has ruled Mildura police should hand over a USB stick containing images of children undressing so the victims can take legal action against the man who secretly captured them on camera.