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Police investigating Mildura armed robbery

INVESTIGATIONS are continuing this morning after a female service station attendant was robbed overnight by three masked men. Mildura Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for witnesses following the armed robbery, which occurred at a Fifteenth Street...

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Police search for missing man Matthew Kenny

POLICE are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Mildura man Matthew Kenny. The 30-year-old was last seen in Mildura at about 10.30am on Sunday, August 12, with his disappearance described as being out of character. Matthew is described as being 183cm...

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Call on Birdwoodton solar farms to be made this month

Birdwoodton residents opposed to the development of three agri-solar farms in the area will know later this month whether they will be given the green light, with Mildura Rural City Council expected to hear the matter at its August 22 meeting. By VINNIE RODI THE fate...

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A fitting honour for one of our long-serving water men

WELL DESERVED: In recognition of 50 years continuous service to the irrigation industry, a plaque was unveiled this week at the site of Wilkies Regulator – named in honour of Lower Murray Water’s long-serving employee, Daryl Wilkie. Photo: PAUL MENSCH By JOHN DOOLEY...

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Major relaunch on the cards for Navy Association

LOCAL man and ex-sailor, Ian Kellet, PICTURED, is looking to re-establish a Naval Association branch in Mildura. The Naval Association of Australia (NAA) was established in 1920, and for many years flourished in Mildura, but disbanded a number of years ago. Ian joined...

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Project to replace ageing rail timber sleepers is under way

MADE TO LAST: Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway’s sleeper refurbishment project will see more than 1500 existing timber sleepers replaced with new plastic versions which are rated to last a minimum of 50 years. Pictured is Red Cliffs Historical Steam Railway...

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WOMAN DEAD IN MILDURA ROAD FATALITY

A 43-YEAR-OLD Mildura woman is dead following a fatal collision overnight. Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives are investigating the incident after the woman  was struck by a vehicle as she attempted to cross San Mateo Avenue near the intersection of Kalimna...

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$1.35m pledge to combat Mallee seeps

NEED TO FIND A FIX: Member for Mallee Andrew Broad, MSF chairman, Daniel Linklater, and MSF program manager, Tanja Morgan, are pictured at this week’s announcement. Photo: PAUL MENSCH By JOHN DOOLEY The issue of Mallee seeps has been under the microscope in recent...

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