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Kinder teachers to fight on
KINDERGARTEN teachers have vowed to take further industrial action in their bid to gain better pay and conditions.

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Bruck faces must win in round three

BRUCK Cricket Club is facing a do or die situation when it comes up against Yarrawonga Mulwala.

Pool fight has just begun

YARRUNGA residents have vowed not to sit quietly and watch their pool be shut down.

Probing Winton Wetlands

AN independent investigation is looking into alleged governance and management issues.

Killawarra meeting place

A $100,000 meeting place will be built in Killawarra.

Better CBD good ‘4Hume’

REVITALISATION of Wangaratta’s CBD is among a list of election priorities put forward by “4Hume”.

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City water security is underfoot
GROUNDWATER is the focus of Wangaratta’s future water security.
THERE is hope for young people addicted to the drug ice, according to one man on the path to recovery.
Pressure on Labor
PRESSURE is on the Labor party to match the Coalition’s election promise for Wangaratta Saleyards.
Pool fight has just begun
YARRUNGA residents have vowed not to sit quietly and watch their pool be shut down.
Rail boss under fire in Senate
SPEED restrictions will “never” be lifted from the North East rail line, according to the head of the organisation.
Probing Winton Wetlands
AN independent investigation is looking into alleged governance and management issues.
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Bruck faces must win in round three
BRUCK Cricket Club is facing a do or die situation when it comes up against Yarrawonga Mulwala.
WHOROULY has become the first O&K club to reel in a big fish this off season, signing Barnawartha's Peter Cook.
SOME of Victoria’s best cricketers will come to Wangaratta for a VPL match between St Kilda and Camberwell.
Local jockey Pax a punch
AN ex-Leon Corstens trained mare is among the horses Wangaratta trainer Allan Fitzgerald will enter today.
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Heart of gold, aiding sick children, parents
THE family of Wangaratta boy Eli Hack knows the importance of supporting McHappy Day.
Crafty ladies’ fabulous co-op idea
A QUIRKY way of keeping a group of crafty ladies continuing arts and crafts has boomed into a thriving store.
Bakers rising to the challenge of the Show
EVERY October, the kitchen in the Elliott household full of the enticing aroma of freshly baked treats.
Mt Bogong rescuers lauded
WES Hunter can still remember the footsteps of his rescuers as he huddled under a tent, stranded at Mount Bogong.
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Nigel helping beef-up Coles’ grass-fed range
A WANGARATTA beef producer will be one of 180 operations to supply Coles’ first-ever grass-fed beef range.
Yield down, quality up
QUALITY at one of the country’s premier family-owned wine companies has not faltered.
Rain sets up Tony’s crops for ‘big year’
BYAWATHA farmer Tony Ransom is looking forward to reaping the rewards from last week’s solid rainfalls.
Shed gives room to spread wings
UP to six poultry exhibitions a year will be put on at Wangaratta Showgrounds under plans to capitalise on a new shed.
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