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All clear to borrow money for pools
A COMMITMENT to provide $7.5m towards the $14.6m aquatics plan was passed after a heated council meeting.

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‘Two heads better than one’

A $200,000 State Government grant will help ensure the long-term sustainability of The Centre.
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Team’s gamble pays off in parliament

VICTORIA may be one step closer to fewer gambling advertisements after Wangaratta High School’s bill was passed.
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Surgery done and Hartwig looks to recovery process

SURGERY to repair Wangaratta Rovers co-captain Tyson Hartwig’s thumb went well.
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Textile celebration opens in Wangaratta

KNITTERS and stitchers will converge on "Stitchy Central" at the Wangaratta Art Galley.
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Cathy seeking supporters

THE political games have already started, with Cathy McGowan launching her campaign the same day her opponent won pre-selection.

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‘Two heads better than one’
A $200,000 State Government grant will help ensure the long-term sustainability of The Centre.
Aquatic plan at $14.6M
COUNCIL will consider supporting a funding plan seeking to amass $14.6 million to transform pools and aquatic facilities.
THE ASU says the council employee “safely removed a tree that had the potential to fall on pedestrians".
Team’s gamble pays off in parliament
VICTORIA may be one step closer to fewer gambling advertisements after Wangaratta High School’s bill was passed.
Alleged dealers front court
THE who’s who of alleged drug dealers in Wangaratta were called into court one by one.
$20m on hospital wish list
NORTHEAST Health Wangaratta has enlisted Cathy McGowan to take its case for funding to Canberra.
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Rover and out
ROVERS coach Paul Maher told the playing group he would not return to the top job again next season.
THERE weren’t a whole lot of positives to come out of Wangaratta’s clash with Albury.
BONNIE Doon gave ladder-leading Glenrowan a run for its money, coming within 22-points.
PHOTO GALLERY: Weekend sport action
ALL the results and best photos from Wangaratta's O&M and O&K games
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Better mobile service for those in the bush

ALMOST 10 years of fighting has finally paid off for Tolmie and other Mansfield Shire residents with Telstra revealing plans last week to build towers…Read the story

Thieves strike again

NAGAMBIE’S supermarket is the latest victim struck by a group of thieves which police believe are responsible for a series of burglaries across Central and…Read the story

Chalet’s dying shame

FORMER Mt Buffalo National Park ranger-in-charge Bob Adams is urging the community to continue to ask questions regarding the redevelopment of the Mt Buffalo Chalet.…Read the story

Youth feel disconnected

THERE’S nothing to do, no career opportunities and what does a council do anyway? They’re the main points to emerge from the Myrtleford youth at…Read the story

People & Lifestyle

Mathew in good spirits with his second novel
IT was a surreal experience for Mathew Coad when strangers asked him to sign copies of his novel.
Jai has a real passion for career in music
INSPIRED by his primary school music teacher, Jai Crispin has developed his instrumental and vocal skills.
Mates to set off on one hell of a ride
FOUR mates will next month set off on an ambitious 30,000km motorcycle ride.
Angela helps others  to see possibilities
ONLY 120 people in Australia work in the same field as Angela Reynolds.
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Bridgette has a world food focus
BRIDGETTE Byrne has been selected to take part in the upcoming Youth Ag-Summit.
It’s a world of opportunity
A GRETA stock farm manager is encouraging primary producers to apply for a Nuffield Australia scholarship.
Smiles all around
THERE appears no end just yet for the good prices for local producers.
Agents would “have a look”
THE Wangaratta Livestock Agents Association is withholding its view on whether a third party would secure a better future for the saleyards.
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