Saturday, July 11, 2020
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THERE was fun, loud and colourful buzz about Langtree Mall on Saturday morning, as shoppers celebrated a once-every-four-years occasion.
IMPERIALS hard man Colby Hards is one of the most maligned players in the Sunraysia Football Netball League (SFNL).
MENINDEE sheep farmers Craig and Rebel Bell bit the bullet and bought Bono Station after a “belter year” in 2016. They have barely seen a drop of rain since.
STUDENTS from St Joseph’s Primary School in Red Cliffs did their bit to care for the environment on Friday morning, when they cleaned up around their school grounds ahead of the 30th Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday.
PERMITS to cross from Victoria into New South Wales during the border closure will be available to “anyone who feels they will be impacted too much” in border communities, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says.
MILDURA on Wednesday recorded its coldest maximum temperature since the airport weather station was established 74 years ago.
DARETON police Inspector Darren Brand has encouraged Victorians visiting New South Wales to pack their bags and head back home to avoid any inconvenience after Tuesday night’s border closures.
POLICE are investigating after a car crashed into a tree and burst into flames, shortly after two children were helped from the vehicle.
THE Mildura aged-care sector is at crisis point, placing 384 vulnerable residents and 325 jobs at risk.
FATE intervened just when Mildura man Gerry Brick needed it most. The date was February 25, 2016, which Gerry says is the luckiest day of his life.
MILDURA has recorded a warmer and drier summer compared to long-term averages.
THE Red Cliffs Historic Steam Railway will be back on the tracks this Sunday after a summer break.
SUNRAYSIA residents are encouraged to roll up their sleeves and lend a hand this Clean Up Australia Day.
ARTIST Alexandra Rosenblum is thrilled to have her work on show at Mildura Arts Centre (MAC).
SHOPPERS keen to grab a bargain can head to Mildura’s CBD this Saturday for a range of leap-year sales.
FRESH orange juice could be a breakfast beverage of the past in as little as five years if supermarkets don’t lift prices paid to Sunraysia citrus growers.
NEW La Trobe University Mildura students started orientation this week, eagerly awaiting the start of first semester.
Working in a rural location to get a foot in the door of your chosen profession is a well trodden path for many new graduates.
IT has been almost two months since Red Cliffs’ first 24/7 gym got moving on Indi Avenue.