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Boarding house all good to go
A GREEN light has been given to the Templeton Street boarding house, after a swift decision by VCAT.

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A celebration of businesses

AN assembled crowd of over 300 people from Wangaratta’s business community celebrated on Friday at the Business Awards for Excellence.

Bulgarian connection

A BIG bad Bulgarian is set to storm local soccer fields next year as Wangaratta City's newest centre-back.

Driver flaming lucky to escape his burning truck

A TRUCK driver made a quick escape from his B-Double on the Hume Freeway.

Code of conduct for harmonious roads

CYCLISTS are being asked to do their bit to contribute to a harmonious relationship with road users.

Big test beckons for local horseman

MILAWA horseman Kane Lamperd will be pitched head-to-horse in the Australian Horsemanship Challenge.

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Yarrunga Pool in a worse state than the Olympic Pool: report
A REPORT into Wangaratta’s pools advises the Olympic Pool is in a better state than Yarrunga Pool.
A celebration of businesses
AN assembled crowd of over 300 people from Wangaratta’s business community celebrated on Friday at the Business Awards for Excellence.
Barbara, Iggy shoot for stars
A PERSONALITY which Ignatius Corboy has worked on for 10 years has landed a string of publicity.
COUNCIL QUIZZED ON POOL
ADMINISTRATORS were peppered with questions about their decision to close Yarrunga pool for the best part of an hour.
Driver flaming lucky to escape his burning truck
A TRUCK driver made a quick escape from his B-Double on the Hume Freeway.
Done deal on saleyards
COUNCIL has taken the cheapest option to build a roof over the Wangaratta Saleyards so the project can meet budget.
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Bowled away
ROVERS United pulled off a stunning four-run victory at the weekend, bowling out the Blues for 73.
A BROKEN left hand wasn't enough to stop kickboxer Michael Jenkins from claiming the WKA amateur heavyweight title.
WDCA heavyweights Yarrawonga Mulwala remain undefeated after holding off City Colts.
Big win for Ladies
AN impressive display of defensive tactics helped the Lady Warriors claim a 94 to 46 win over Seymour.
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Educators making a real difference
CATHEDRAL College teachers Amy Noble and Candace Potter have gone above and beyond in their roles.
Happy to cook up for Carevan
DANNY Moore is a prime example of the positive changes effected by council's Community Food for All initiative.
Good career move for Fatimah
WANGARATTA’s Fatimah Siddique is striving to further herself in her role with the Department of Justice.
Apology good, but counselling needed
COPING with the emotions of getting to know his birth family proved a huge challenge for Regan Hall.
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Rural News

Stock sought after at yards
A HOT summer ahead didn’t deter buyers from restocking at Friday’s store cattle sale.
Council seeks ‘guarantee’
COUNCIL is still seeking a "guarantee" that producers will support the Wangaratta Saleyards.
Chrismont’s valley vision
THE first soil will be turned today at Chrismont after the State Government announced a new food and wine complex.
Showing cows reaps rewards
MILAWA girl Ellie Hourigan has scooped the pool at the recent Myrtleford Show, taking out four awards.
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