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Girls can fish too!

When it comes to the sport of angling, it’s often the male perception that femininity and fishing are at opposite ends of the scale. A wise man will hold his tongue on such ideas and with reputations being what they are, should perhaps also refrain from wetting a line...

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Mildura exposure hits full throttle

Mildura exposure hits full throttle

National television brand '4WD TV', who host nationally televised programs ''Life Off Road,' 'YOUR4x4,' and '4WD ProTips,' were in Mildura over the weekend to film and showcase the area for upcoming episodes. The crew was dealt a poor hand when their trip to South...

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Merbein building block sales are booming

Merbein building block sales are booming

If you're looking for a bargain priced block of land to build your dream home on look no further than Merbein's newest development site located in Chaffey Avenue, where more than 40 lots are being sold at a rapid rate. Mildura and District Real Estate are at the...

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New pavilion for Wentworth Showgrounds

New pavilion for Wentworth Showgrounds

The new Wentworth Showgrounds Community Pavilion is ready to go for the return of the Wentworth Show in 2021. The new building, completed in December 2020, replaces the old Barrett Pavilion that served the community for 114 years. The pavilion will be used by the...

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Frontline women show way

Frontline women show way

The global theme for International Women's Day being celebrated on Monday is 'Women in Leadership: Achieving an Equal Future in a COVID-19 World'. The organisation's website highlights how COVID-19 has impacted women and girls in profound ways, amplifying the...

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Police reminder to slow down in school zones

Police reminder to slow down in school zones

Mildura Police and the Mildura Rural City Council (MRCC) met at the Mildura South Primary School crossing in Deakin Avenue this week to observe first hand the behaviour of motorists passing through the 40kph school zones. With the school routine interrupted last year,...

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State of Emergency concessions made

The State of Emergency has been extended in Victoria for a further nine months with the legislation passing through the Lower House of the parliament on Wednesday night with the support of independents, including the Reason Party's Leader, Fiona Patten. Prior to this...

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All Abilities dancing set to sparkle in Mildura

All Abilities dancing set to sparkle in Mildura

A dance program for people with disabilities will be beginning in Mildura next month thanks to a partnership between Mallee Sports Assembly and Limitless Dance Academy. 'Let's Dance!' will be taking place at the Limitless Dance Academy for six weeks from April 20 to...

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Aerial groundwater survey could be a drought buster

Aerial groundwater survey could be a drought buster

Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia, Keith Pitt was in Mildura yesterday to announce an aerial survey that aims to shed new light on our region's groundwater resources. Minister Pitt, who was joined by Member for Mallee Anne Webster, said that new...

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Move pays dividends

Move pays dividends

Business is looking bright for local store 'Aussie Disposals' after its recent move to Fifteenth Street from the Langtree Mall. The store, which offers a variety of quality products from outdoor, hunting and camping gear to work wear for all budgets, has seen a more...

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