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Battle fatigue

Battle fatigue

POLICE remain active on the George Chaffey Bridge, although an easing of Victoria’s entry rules has made life easier for Sunraysia’s border residents who have been patiently passing through the checkpoint on a daily basis. Residents on the border are no longer...

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Truckie vaccine access concerns Cupper

Truckie vaccine access concerns Cupper

AS of yesterday, truck drivers entering Victoria from a high-risk zone will need to show evidence they've had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. It's part of tightened border restrictions, impacting freight and healthcare workers who re-enter Victoria. As the...

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Planning for a rainy day has never been more important

Planning for a rainy day has never been more important

IN today’s volatile financial environment planning for the future isn’t just a good idea, it’s imperative if you are going to be able to retire and live comfortably. Seeking the right advice is vitally important and while there is no shortage of financial advisers to...

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The fun of the fair proves popular

The fun of the fair proves popular

THERE’S no doubt being a child during COVID has been a different experience to what the majority of us had. Kids have been absent from classrooms, play dates with friends at the park have been not allowed for long periods of time and players have been forced from the...

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La Trobe plots course out of COVID tangle

La Trobe plots course out of COVID tangle

LA Trobe University has proposed a two-staged approach to safely reopening its campuses later this year once national vaccination thresholds have been achieved. The university's stated goal is "that everyone attending La Trobe campuses who is eligible and able to be...

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Units for people with disabilities are almost ready

Units for people with disabilities are almost ready

CONSTRUCTION has finished on the latest Sunraysia Residential Services (SRS) accommodation complex on San Mateo Avenue. It has been named the Dan Complex, honouring longtime SRS employee and board member Dan Doherty, who died in 2014. Dan started at SRS in 1986 and...

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Freedom day as Ranfurly Primary School welcomes students back

Freedom day as Ranfurly Primary School welcomes students back

WITH the end of Term 3 today and the school holidays about to begin, it was with great joy that Ranfurly Primary School welcomed it’s Prep to Grade 2 students back to class last Friday morning. When the kids arrived at the gate, they were greeted with a welcome back...

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Big plans in the pipeline for Mildura South

Big plans in the pipeline for Mildura South

A NEW village hub at Mildura South will aim to offer an experience not yet available in Sunraysia − and be a place you’ll want to take visitors to. Mildura councillors last month voted to approve the master plan for the Mildura South Neighbourhood Activity Centre,...

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Event to focus on Murray-Darling Basin

Event to focus on Murray-Darling Basin

THE Murray-Darling Basin will be under discussion during an online Zoom event hosted by Collins Booksellers Mildura. Quentin Beresford, author of Wounded Country, The Murray–Darling Basin: A contested history, will appear in conversation with local businessman and...

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Mildura Weekly more than a newspaper

THE Mildura Weekly has been published for nearly 15 years, but while most readers would be aware of our articles and advertising, they might not realise that the we have ‘other strings to our corporate bow’. An offshoot of our popular weekly colour real estate...

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