Keeping business safe from criminal activity

Mildura businesses having to reduce their hours or close their doors in the current climate are being urged to make sure they're also being safe. Local police say CCTV is a useful tool to prevent crime...

New cases of Covid-19

Mildura's recorded another two cases of COVID-19 taking the region's tally to five. Swan Hill remains steady with three cases, while Broken Hill still has two cases. Photo courtesy of unaids.org  

Vaccination reminder for kids

Parents are being encouraged to make sure their kids' vaccinations are up to date. Mildura council's suspended its community immunisation clinics but is reminding parents appointments are still available at several locations, including Red Cliffs Library...

Strict rules for backpackers

Backpackers working on Mallee farms caught flouting strict rules during the COVID-19 outbreak risk having their visas revoked. That's according to ALI CUPPER, who's moved to reassure residents that backpackers are being held to strict conditions. The...

Covid Clinic in operation

Mildura's first respiratory clinic in response to the COVID-19 outbreak has started in the city. The local clinic is one of up to 100 dedicated clinics to be set up across the country with Mildura's clinic...

Missing teenager

Police are after the public's help finding a missing Walpeup teenager. BROCK PAYNE was last seen at his Richardson Street address around 2.30 yesterday afternoon. Police say the 16-year-old's disappearance is out of character. If you can assist...

Arrested in relation to series of burglaries

A woman's been arrested in relation to a series of burglaries and theft related offences. The incidents allegedly happened in the early hours of Friday in properties on Alkira Place. The 44-year-old was interviewed and remanded to...

Licence lost at 0.053

A P plater's lost his licence after being caught drink driving. The 20-year-old was pulled over on Langtree Avenue in the early hours of Sunday allegedly blowing 0.053 which is over the limit for a fully-licensed...

MDAS CEO stands down

The CEO of Mallee District Aboriginal Services has stood down. The organisation says RUDOLPH KIRBY's made the decision for personal and family reasons. ANDY CHARLES will be the acting CEO until a permanent appointment's made.  

COVID-19 cases remain the same

The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Mildura has remained steady. The latest figures show there are three cases within the municipality while Swan Hill has two. Police are reminding locals they will fine people caught...