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Dave Burrows takes over the reins of RIVER 1467 Breakfast

RIVER 1467 Mildura continues the “leaders in local” philosophy, and has announced the appointment of Dave Burrows to RIVER 1467 breakfast. Born and raised in Sunraysia, Dave has been in broadcasting for over 30 years, 15 of those with Grant Broadcasters. Most recently, Dave has been hosting weekend breakfast on RIVER 1467.

We are super excited to have Dave on board. He has a great history with our station and has his finger on the pulse when it comes to the community of Sunraysia”, says Joe Cavallo, RIVER 1467 General Manager.

“On the back of our recent survey results where RIVER 1467 is the Sunraysia’s number 1 station most listened to by all people over 35, it’s great to have someone as local as Dave come into weekday breakfast. He brings a wealth of experience, plus a bucket load of local knowledge”, adds Barry Keohane, Regional Content Director VIC/SA for Grant Broadcasters.

Dave can be heard on RIVER 1467 from 5:30am to 8:30am weekdays, and online at

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  1. I have been a listener for over 30 years disappointed with your new weekend “casual format “ weather info is ok but u no longer give current temperature on public holidays or WE this info is important to the elderly and others who r not tech savvy and need to know temp for various reasons -reinstatement would be appreciated


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