Bee population destroyed

It could take years for the bee industry to fully recover from bushfires across New South Wales. 3000 hives have been confirmed lost in fires so far this season. STEPHEN TARGETT from the NSW Apiarists Association says...

Authorities call for livestock care

Livestock owners are also being urged to make sure they've enacted their fire plans today. Authorities say part of a fire plan should include moving animals to a designated low risk paddock early in the day. Water...

Sunraysia Cricket Round 13

Sunraysia Cricket's back after the Christmas New Year break. It's round 13 this weekend in first division action. Workers Gol Gol play Merbein South, Irymple is up again Mildura Settlers, Coomealla Wentworth take on Mildura West and...

Increase in theft from vehicles

Mildura police are again asking residents to make sure their vehicles are locked and valuables are taken out. They've noticed an increase in theft from cars over the last fortnight. Anyone with information on any theft is...

Bush fires cause further rail delays

Any talks about finishing the Murray Basin Rail Project could be delayed due to Victoria's bushfire crisis. The project's currently on hold after the state government revealed it had run out of money. The government's told the...

Total Fire Ban

No fires can be lit in the open today across the Mallee. A total fire ban's been declared with the fire danger rating for the region listed as severe. It'll become windy across Mildura with a top...

Good behaviour bond for illegal fire

A man's been placed on a good behaviour bond after lighting a fire on a total fire ban day. The man faced a Mildura court charged over an incident in March last year while he was...

Mildura Police seeking public help

Mildura police are after the public's help finding two people wanted on warrants. BRETT ANDREWS is desrribed as being Aboriginal in appearance around 182 cm tall, thin build and short black hair. ALICE BERRY's also wanted on...

Amazing local support

A Truck's been loaded up with donations given by Mildura residents for bushfire victims. The Midura CFA was inundated with donated items earlier this week with staff and volunteers going through and packaging the stock. The brigade...

Local firies remain in East Gippsland

Sunraysia Firefighters remain in bushfire affected areas in East Gippsland helping battle the flames. A group are set to arrive home on Saturday with another two firefighters due to fly out tomorrow. It comes as a CFA...