Man pinned between car and wall in the CBD

Two people have been taken to hospital following a crash in Mildura. Emergency crews were called to reports of a man being struck by a vehicle and pinned against a building on Lime Avenue late yesterday...

Cross border bubble changes

From 11:59 tonight cross-border community residents (Victoria/NSW) will be able to move across the border, without the need for a permit, for any reason. A press release from the Victorian Premier’s Office reads: All LGAs on the...

COVID 19 fragments in Dareton sewage water

  NSW Health's ongoing sewage surveillance program has detected fragments of the virus that causes COVID-19 in sewage samples from Dareton. Everyone in these areas is urged to monitor for the onset of symptoms, and if they appear,...

Abbotsford Bridge night works to re-commence

Motorists are advised night closures on Abbotsford Bridge at Curlwaa will re-commence tomorrow night. Night closures will start Monday 20 September for five weeks, weather permitting, to reattach and rebalance the lift span, retuning the bridge...

COVID traces detected in Balranald

NSW Health’s ongoing sewage surveillance program has detected traces of the virus that causes COVID-19 at the Balranald sewage treatment plant, which serves about 1,100 people. This is of particular concern, as this is the first...

2040 Community Vision released for feedback

Mildura Rural City Council is calling for locals to review and provide feedback on the Draft 2040 Community Vision, which has been released for public exhibition. Under the Local Government Act 2020, all Victorian councils are...

Number plate theft on the rise

Mildura Police are alerting members of the community in relation to the rise in the theft of number plates in the region. Members of the public are encouraged to fit Anti-Theft screws to all vehicles and...

Found bike

Red Cliffs Police are seeking assistance from the public in locating the owner of the bike pictured below. The bike was located in the Betty Krake Drive, area Red Cliffs on the 17th of August, 2021. lf...

Power tools targeted, lock them up

Riverland Police are investigating two recent break-ins were thieves targeted power tools. Sometime between 12pm and 2pm on Tuesday 14 September, a residence on Zante Road, Berri was entered and Ozito power tools including battery drills...

Priority shots required for freight industry

Mildura MP ALI CUPPER's calling for more to be done to address waitlists for the freight industry for COVID vaccines. It comes as new rules apply which will see truckies coming into Victoria from a high-risk...