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Workers fuming over car parking
WORKERS in the CBD are up in arms over plans to change parking limits at Merriwa Park.

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Couple’s painful collision with a wild deer

A MOTORCYCLIST and his pillion passenger came off second best on the Wangaratta-Beechworth Road.

Magpies’ Hall of Fame honorees

SOME of the most well-known names in country footy were added to Wangaratta's Hall of Fame.

Chaplaincy service saved

A PHONE call from Education Minister James Merlino delivered the news Wangaratta West had been hoping for.

Boxes of fresh food bring joy to families

FRESH is definitely best and local families are reaping the benefits thanks to Pangerang Community House.

Beefing up cancer funds

IN June last year Bob Andrews was told he had three months to live.

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Couple’s painful collision with a wild deer
A MOTORCYCLIST and his pillion passenger came off second best on the Wangaratta-Beechworth Road.
AN orchardist targeted by online scammers fears the experience could discourage potential employees.
Emotional impact of Palestine visit
BACK after visiting Palestine, Val Edwards will speak to Holy Trinity Cathedral parishioners on Sunday.
WANGARATTA’S tranquil Bank Street has become like "Grand Central Station" on weekends.
THE captain of South Wangaratta has issued a stern warning not to light fires without a permit.
NOW is the time to have your say on the splash park that will be built in Wangaratta, starting mid year.
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Captain’s knock
A SENSATIONAL century to Beechworth skipper Brenton Surrey led the Wanderers to a history-making premiership.
Wright boys set to suit up for PNG
LLOYD and Liam Wright have been named in the Papua New Guinea team to compete at the Pacific Games
Hoppers cover their losses
THEY may have lost a few players, but Moyhu’s A grade netball side has wasted no time rebuilding.
Stainer storms to win
WANGARATTA City Speedway thrilled fans on what was an action-packed night of racing.
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Police work earns Rotary’s top honor

LEADING Senior Constable Paula Allen has been awarded the prestigious Rotary Community Police Officer of the Year award. For the first time the Rotary Club…Read the story

Councillors to answer community issues at Voices’ forum

IN just under a week, Shire of Strathbogie residents will get to hear from their local councillors about the main issues relevant to them at…Read the story

Change proposed

REPRESENTATIVES from the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Victoria Branch (ANMF) will meet with Alpine Health this Friday to discuss their concerns over proposed changes…Read the story

Teen thieves

POLICE are continuing to investigate a number of shoplifting incidents and a break and enter in Myrtleford this month. Last Thursday, Myrtleford police arrested four…Read the story

People & Lifestyle

Rural schools focus
BROTHERS Ash and Jeremy Campbell are working closely together as principals of Milawa and Oxley primary schools.
A big effort from young Griffin
HE may only be 11, but Griffin Fraser doesn't take things for granted.
He was eating himself to death
LOCALS may know Craig Burns as "Tex," but are probably unaware about his struggle with depression.
Farewell to Hamilton Park
MIKE and Shirley Wilson will say goodbye to Hamilton Park and the house Mike built 37 years ago.
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Rural News

Growing interest in Wagyu cattle
THE importance of genetics was discussed during a Wagyu Performance Field Day.
Easter wish for good rain
A GREATER than 75 per cent chance of rain over Easter could bring the autumn break farmers have been waiting on.
Waiting for a break
EVERY crop grower in the North East is keeping a close eye on weather forecasts.
Hop harvest is looking good
PICKING will begin at Handcock’s hop farm in Myrrhee after a false start.
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