Victoria has taken another step to becoming Australia’s solar capital with the announcement of the first grants recipients under the Brumby Labor Government’s $5 million Community Solar Hubs Program.
Mildura awarded Community Solar Hub status
Petition on Menindee Lakes presented to Parliament
The Nationals Member for Murray-Darling John Williams has presented the Menindee Lakes petition in NSW Parliament in a Private Members Statement in Parliament.
Coalition shows its hand - no support for casino project
A Victorian Liberal Nationals Coalition Government will not support a second casino licence in Victoria, the Nationals Member for Mildura Peter Crisp said on Tuesday.
Backpackers have items stolen Monday night
Police are investigating the theft of money and items from the Oasis Backpackers in Deakin Avenue on Monday night.
Department steps up controlled burn program
The Department of Sustainability and Environment and Parks Victoria advise that the plan to conduct two controlled burns will be ignited on public land in the Mallee Fire District Wednesday and Thursday October 27 and 28, conditions permitting.
Planned burns near Werrimull for Tuesday
The Department of Sustainability and Environment advises that two planned burns will be ignited on public land in the Mallee Fire District on Tuesday 26 October conditions permitting.
Electrical fault likely cause of hedge fire
An electrical fault with some hedge lighting is believed to have caused a fire which destroyed a brush panel fence in Patterson Avenue, Mildura West on Monday morning.
Monash report spells out likely Basin policy outcomes
Commonwealth and State governments have focused on the economic and environmental considerations of water policy at the expense of social impacts, according to a report that’s come out of Monash University.
Untreated dirty water could be around for months
Lower Murray Water has issued advice that due to the recent rainfall events in the Murray catchment that there has been a noticeable decline in untreated water quality in the region.
- MP suggests to re-visit earlier visionary plans
- Ouyen youth charged with bakehouse burglary
- Funeral Tuesday for local Navy cadet instructor
- State funding for Koorie initiatives in North West
- Locusts ready to fly-in - Farmers worried of consequences
- Woman has licence suspended for being five times over the limit
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