THE breeding of new table grape varieties could hold the key to extending the season for Sunraysia growers supplying the fruit.
Irymple South table grape grower Louie Tabacco grows both Sun World’s autumn crisp and adora seedless varieties on his family’s 48 hectare property and supplies both the export and domestic markets through the Costa Group.
Sarah Harman firstname.lastname@example.org BUILDING relationships was the main focus of St Joseph’s College’s Year 7 community day, with the newest cohort of students spending time with their peers as they settled in for their second week of high school.
Christopher Testa email@example.com POONCARIE residents could be drinking water from the town’s new bore as soon as next week once work to improve its taste and appearance is complete.
Tyrone Dalton firstname.lastname@example.org WENTWORTH-based Aboriginal artist Clair Bates is encouraging indigenous artists and arts organisations to continue telling their stories through art.
Andrew Brookes email@example.com MELBOURNE writer and psychogeographer Nick Gadd will undertake the second annual Mildura Writers Festival residency this year.
Sarah Harman firstname.lastname@example.org THE lunch bell will ring two hours earlier at Mildura South Primary School this year, as the school trials a new structure, designed to ensure optimal learning times are spent in the classroom.
A NEW survey has revealed Australians are finding it harder than ever to understand the private healthcare sector, and want easier access to simple, understandable, and comparable information.
Megan Frankel-Vaughan email@example.com KEEPING active in both mind and body has been the key to a long life for Hilda Heley, who yesterday reached another major milestone.