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Police search for missing Merbein teen

MILDURA Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing girl Nicky Dolheguy. The 16-year-old was last seen at her Merbein home at 6pm on Saturday, July 15, with police concerned for her welfare given her age. Nicky is described as being 160cm tall...

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Workshops to help residents avoid online scammers

THE Mildura, Merbein and Red Cliffs libraries will host Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) Scam Awareness Sessions this Thursday (July 20) in a bid to help older Sunraysia residents stay safe online. According to CAV, older Victorians are considered “attractive targets”...

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Carryover water questions

By VINNIE RODI SUNRAYSIA irrigators have started the 2017/18 season, which got under way on July 1, with 66 percent of their total water entitlement. It is the first time in several years that irrigators have been allocated such a large percentage of their water share...

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Owen’s CMA volunteer service recognised

Irymple’s Owen Lloyd has been recognised for his many years of volunteer service to the Mallee Catchment Management Authority. IRYMPLE dried fruit grower, and Mallee Catchment Management Authority (CMA) committee member, Owen Lloyd, PICTURED, has been recognised for...

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Pedal power a perfect pupil project

PUPIL POWER: St Joseph’s College Year 8 students will race in upcoming six-hour and 24-hour Pedal Prix events. Team members Jorja Seier, 14, Paris Cocks, 13, Calab Bowers, 14, Jacko Pall, 13, Jasper Baker, 13, and Julia Shelly (in the cockpit), 13, show off ‘Genesis’,...

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Council set to officially launch Motorsport precinct concept

DEVELOPMENT of the Mildura Motorsports and Community Precinct is progressing, with Mildura Rural City Council planning to officially launch the project in two phases over the coming months. The first phase of Council’s launch will include a presentation in Mildura...

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‘Booze Street’ fears

By Vinnie Rodi MILDURA’S ‘Feast Street’  is in danger of becoming ‘Booze Street,’ according to Mildura police. Unless more is done to stop the rise of drunk and violent behaviour in Feast Street (Langtree Avenue between Seventh and Eighth Streets), and the surrounding...

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Bucking the trend

STAFF KEY TO SUCCESS: Mildura Working Man’s Club Chief Executive Officer, John Harlock, said the business will continue to pay its staff the original Sunday and public holiday rate despite cuts being implemented across the industry. By Alexandra Treloar Prominent...

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Nick’s bowel cancer prevention message

By Vinnie Rodi A VISIT to the region by The Jodi Lee Foundation CEO Nick Lee, PICTURED, has helped shine a spotlight on bowel cancer, while also promoting the importance of undergoing routine tests. Australia currently has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in...

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