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Father saves his baby girl
WHEN Karl Braun delivered his daughter into the world, but his battle had only just begun.

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Murder accused to stand trial in Melbourne

IAN Thomas will use a self defence argument to deny the brutal 2013 murder of his parents.
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Helping kids start the day in a healthy way

LOCAL kids will be off to a great start in the morning, with Pangerang Community House to launch a healthy breakfast program.
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Riders keen to raise awareness

THE founder of a national motorcycle event that raises awareness of depression will ride in Wangaratta.
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Honey, it’s a sweet deal

BEE keepers are reaping the rewards of a "better than expected" season.
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Bulk billing is ‘not’ at risk

BULK billing is “absolutely not” in jeopardy under a co-payment strategy, according to Susan Ley.

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Murder accused to stand trial in Melbourne
IAN Thomas will use a self defence argument to deny the brutal 2013 murder of his parents.
Pool wall crumbles
A SCHOOL student was lucky to walk away after a brick wall collapsed at the Olympic Pool.
SAFER STREET PLANS
PARKING woes and pedestrian safety are the focus of new plans to create easier access to Wangaratta’s public hospital.
PETER Hill departed the St John’s Village chief executive officer role on Wednesday.
Cyclist hit by car suffered broken leg, ankle
A CYCLIST hit by a car on Shanley Street on Tuesday is now recovering in hospital.
Helping kids start the day in a healthy way
LOCAL kids will be off to a great start in the morning, with Pangerang Community House to launch a healthy breakfast program.
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Blues bolstered
GRETA’S hopes of finals have been given a boost with full forward Brad Bell and of Baker Medal runner up Daryl Webb.
Fourth spot up for grabs
WITH City Colts falling to Bruck, they will now host the Roos in what is essentially an early final.
Milawa by a country mile
MILAWA Primary School has been crowned 2015 Wangaratta Fun Run Primary School Challenge.
Westhoff on track with Pies
MATT Westhoff has taken the first steps towards his O&M debut, completing both of Wangaratta's training sessions last week.
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Roundabout to lift intersection safety

Mansfield Shire Council will upgrade the intersection of High and Chenery streets and Mansfield-Whitfield Road with the inclusion of a proposed roundabout. Council’s engineering officers…Read the story

Ambo service plea

A PLEA by a Nagambie action group seems to have fallen on deaf ears, as members continue their campaign for a permanent ambulance service for…Read the story

Council to lose annual guarantee of $1 million for roads, bridges

ALPINE Shire Council appears to have lost a State Government funding guarantee worth $1 million a year to help maintain local roads and bridges. A…Read the story

Historic hall is still sitting idle

LOCAL identities are calling for the rejuvenation of Myrtleford’s Memorial Hall as the once thriving building sits redundant on Myrtle Street. In letters to the…Read the story

People & Lifestyle

Farewell to Hamilton Park
MIKE and Shirley Wilson will say goodbye to Hamilton Park and the house Mike built 37 years ago.
Sport for all ages
THE "grandpa and grandma" of the Wangaratta Squash and Racquetball Club are showing no signs of slowing down.
Returning to CFA fold
NEW North East assistant chief officer, Garry Cook, has a diverse area to cover in his role with the CFA.
Pushing fruit boundaries
SELWYN Jackel just wanted a place of his own to grow delicious produce he could eat.
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Rural News

New vintage brings new Baileys variety
MILD conditions without any major heat spikes have the 2015 vintage nestled just where Baileys of Glenrowan wants.
Solid prices at store sale
A STRONG turnout and solid prices had most buyers and sellers smiling at Wangaratta’s special store cattle sale.
Cattle sales passed $30m
RECORD yardings and prices this year have followed on from a strong 2014 in the local live cattle trade.
Cattle prices climb again
THE largest young cattle mixed yarding a the city’s saleyards in at least 50 years pushed values beyond the January market.
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