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$112,000 grant to stop reserve looking its age
DEPUTY Premier Peter Ryan has described Oxley Recreation Reserve as “a cracker” of a spot.

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Ice stats don’t tell real story

THE growing rate of ice use seen in Wangaratta is not matching up with national statistics.

Volunteer army needs recruits

THE Jazz and Blues Festival volunteer army needs bolstering with eager recruits.

Multi-deck car park worry

THE lack of cars in the multi-deck car park is a major concern for a former City of Wangaratta mayor.

Legends impressed

WHEN Ricky Ponting and Glenn Archer were flying into Wangaratta, they marvelled at the countryside’s beauty.

Bruck faces must win in round three

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

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Ice stats don’t tell real story
THE growing rate of ice use seen in Wangaratta is not matching up with national statistics.
Special funding for kids
WANGARATTA District Specialist School is expected to be the major beneficiary from a visit by Peter Ryan.
AFTER three consecutive nods as an AFL pre-season venue, Wangaratta did not make the cut 2015.
Owner horrified by attack on his dog
A DOG owner has told of his shock after his dog was pulled under a fence and almost mauled.
Volunteer army needs recruits
THE Jazz and Blues Festival volunteer army needs bolstering with eager recruits.
Tai chi a ‘Gift of Getting Together’
AN open air tai chi class will raise funds for services supporting women with breast cancer.
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Athletes prepare for state champions
TWO Cathedral College students will represent Wangaratta at the All Schools State Championships.
Boyle back with Pies
MAGPIES have bolstered their ranks with former player and Port Adelaide rookie Daniel Boyle.
Carpenter to finish career at beginning
ROVERS midfielder Sam Carpenter is set to return to his home club, Corowa.
Bringing back medals from National Games
WANGARATTA athletes brought home a swag of medals form the Victorian Special Olympics National Games.
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People & Lifestyle

Cultural influence enlightens ministry
ST Patrick’s Catholic presbytery has an international flavor, with the arrival of Indian priest Fr Joseph Thippabathini.
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.
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Rural News

Still opportunities to export into Asia
THERE is plenty of opportunity for Australia to feed the Asian population in the future.
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.
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