Almost 120 members of the Mildura business community have attended the launch of a new website which is campaigning for support to bring the Mildura Jewel Entertainment and Convention Complex into reality.
Around 120 business people attend website launch for Jewel project
Call for Council to adopt new roadworks Code
Mildura Rural City Council should ensure that roadwork jobs it either conducts through its own road gang or contracts out to roadwork firms are forced to comply with Victoria's new code of practice on travel through roadwork zones.
Rex Airlines posts record profit after diligent year
Regional Express Holdings (Rex) has released its full year results showing a Profit After Tax of $24.6 million, some 7.2% above last FY’s results and even higher than the previous record profits of $23.6 million achieved just prior to the Global Financial Crisis.
Council provides $320,000 in funding to support events
Mildura Rural City Council conducted the official funding presentation for the Events and Festival Grant program 2010-2011 on Wednesday night..
Arts Centre complex is in shut down mode
Representatives from architectural firm WilliamsBoag and project managers Lateral Projects held a regular fortnightly design meeting last week, as well as specialist workshops with consultants on specific aspects of the redevelopment of the Mildura Arts Centre Theatre.
Community Health Services new building to be officially opened
Sunraysia Community Health Services will hold a special community open day on Thursday August 26 at its new facility on the corner of 13th Street and Deakin Avenue.
Community groups could be asked to look after new wetlands
Mildura Rural City Council will investigate the formation of naturalist or community groups to be involved in the management of the Mildura South Wetlands site once the programmed works are complete.
Robinvale/Euston show in planning stage
Robinvale/Euston Agricultural show will be held this year on Sunday September 26 2010 at the Robinvale Trotting Track.
Bride and Groom safe but wedding gifts lost in fire
A Tongan bride and groom lost their wedding presents and all their belongings after a fire at Red Cliffs on Sunday morning.
- Six escape unhurt from backpackers' blaze
- School hopes to have new gym facility in use this week
- John Forrest and Sussan Ley retain seats in election
- Auckland Food and wine show success
- Calder Highway intersection attracts no political interest
- Public invited to temporarly closure of Arts Centre event
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