Monday, February 24, 2020
Junior cricket photos.
AN epic act of generosity lifted the spirits of drought-stricken farmers in far-west NSW at the weekend.
HARVESTING in cooler overnight temperatures will help boost the quality of Sunraysia’s wine grapes this season, according to Duxton Vineyards general manager Wayne Ellis.
MERBEIN South’s Paul Crouch has always been a Holden man.
IT was all hands on deck as Sunraysia Institute of TAFE hospitality and cookery students launched their first training restaurant service for the year.
A CHANCE meeting brought together the unlikely pair behind a powerful art exhibition about the Darling River’s crisis.
ICONIC Mildura fruit juice company Lencia Fruit Juices is closing its doors after almost 50 years serving north-west Victoria and south-western New South Wales.
A MILDURA South grower is appealing to Mildura councillors over a council planning department sanction that he says has prevented his family business providing accommodation for workers.
A SUNRAYSIA man accused of persistently breaching a court-imposed order and calling a victim 108 times in just a week has been refused bail.
HOME will always be where the heart is for Sunraysia lady bosses Bianca and Bridgett Roccisano, who are continuing to make waves in the international fashion space.
IRYMPLE Primary School (IPS) is offering after-school care for the first time in more than five years.
FOOTBALL clubs talk about culture and how it defines them.
CRICKET Victoria has entered into a “significant partnership” with the Mildura South Regional Sporting Precinct.
WENTWORTH District Football Netball Club’s second oval at George Gordon Reserve has been renamed Andrew Murdoch Oval in honour of the club’s president.
THE Dareton Men in a Shed group is looking towards the future.
MILDURA Arts Centre’s newest exhibition, showcasing Michele Hermans’ beautiful monochrome prints, is opening on Friday night.
SUNRAYSIA author Rachel White is relishing the success of her book, Gentle Glow.
MILDURA’S Write-ability group met for the last time on Wednesday, but the story is far from over for many of the program’s participants.
NEW Irymple recruit Adam Luitjes is the first to admit the 2019 season is one he’d rather forget.
REGIS Ontario residents had a “cuppa with a copper” on Wednesday, discussing all things police and Mildura.
FOLLOWING a 12-month cancer battle, Mildura Superintendent Rebecca Olsen says her return to police work this week came as a huge relief.