Search Criteria

All fields are optional


Order by:

Date Title

Limit to content types:

Posts Pages Snippets (Architect)
If no content types are selected, all content types will automatically be used.

Authors

Enter a date range:

Start date:
End date:

Terms must be in:

ANY of the selected terms
ALL of the selected terms

Filter by Categories:

Filter by Tags:

Filter by Places:

Search Results

Your request:

Search for + in any content types for all authors up to 18 Oct, 2017 ordered by date
Found 6859 matching records.

Page 1

1. LAND TO GROW

Posts : Wednesday 18 October, 2017
PLANS to open up 300 hectares of land in Wangaratta to accommodate development for more than 2000 new homes will go on public display tomorrow. [Read more]

2. CFA cautions early onset of prolonged fire season

Posts : Wednesday 18 October, 2017
BELOW average rainfall and rising temperatures means residents should be on alert for an early onset to a prolonged fire season. [Read more]

3. Happy camper Paris returns with a smile

Posts : Wednesday 18 October, 2017
A SPECIALISED camp providing fun activities and experiences for kids with type 1 diabetes has proved to be enjoyable in more ways than one. [Read more]

4. MP fuels public energy model

Posts : Wednesday 18 October, 2017
CATHY McGowan (MHR, Indi) has called on the Federal Government, as it grapples with national energy strategy and security, to recognise the potential of community energy projects. [Read more]

5. Government buy-in sought

Posts : Tuesday 17 October, 2017
CATHY McGowan (MHR) was still buoyed with enthusiasm a day after the Federal Government Inquiry into Regional Development and Decentralisation public hearing in Wodonga on Thursday. [Read more]

6. Gas to ease energy crisis

Posts : Monday 16 October, 2017
THE Victorian Liberal Nationals’ newly unveiled policy to address our state’s energy crisis will protect Victorian jobs and industry, and bring down household bills, according to Tim McCurdy (MLA, Ovens Valley). [Read more]

7. Generous spirit runs in their family

Posts : Monday 16 October, 2017
THIS year Paxton Kneebone will participate in Wangaratta’s Relay for Life for the sixth time. [Read more]

8. Land in demand

Posts : Monday 16 October, 2017
FURTHERING industrial growth within Wangaratta is poised to take a significant step forward tomorrow night. [Read more]

9. Brave Rosie’s story helps McHappy Day

Posts : Saturday 14 October, 2017
The artwork of 10 year old Rosie Carroll of Tarrawingee, who is currently battling acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, will be on Big Mac boxes all over Australia tomorrow as part of activities surrounding tomorrow’s McHappy Day.  [Read more]

10. Undecided on death vote

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
TIM McCurdy (MLA, Ovens Valley) remains undecided on the eve of the assisted dying legislation being introduced to state parliament next week.  [Read more]

Page 2

11. Jeremy judged best apprentice in state

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
JEREMY Connell had an exciting reason to visit Crown for the first time on Wednesday.  [Read more]

12. MORE CITY JOBS

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
A $1.5 million upgrade at Merriwa Industries in Wangaratta will create 21 new jobs and open up more opportunities for people with a disability.  [Read more]

13. No fear in Hawks

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
HAMISH Busk and Joe Thomas will bolster Rovers United Bruck ahead of their monster clash with Yarrawonga Mulwala at Stan Hargreaves Oval tomorrow.  [Read more]

14. $1.3 million extension for aged care

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
SIX beds of a 10-bed extension at Illoura Residential Aged Care will be used to get elderly patients out of hospital and healthier more quickly.  [Read more]

15. Australian debut for paddler Nugent

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
LOCAL masseur Graeme Nugent will represent Australia at the world championships for Chinese Dragon Boat Racing next week.  [Read more]

16. Helping jazz up Ford St

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
THE Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues has received a significant boost with Wangaratta Motor Group as a key sponsor.  [Read more]

17. Season opener for hustling Warriors

Posts : Friday 13 October, 2017
WANGARATTA Warriors open their Country Basketball League season at home against Wallan Panthers tomorrow night.  [Read more]

18. PHOTO GALLERY: Sports

Posts : Thursday 12 October, 2017
Catch up on the latest photos from Saturday, October 7. For more information about how to obtain a copy of a photo please see our photo page. [Read more]

19. COLLEGE TALKS

Posts : Wednesday 11 October, 2017
COUNCIL is in discussion with parties interested in overseeing the future use of Wangaratta’s Ovens College site.  [Read more]

20. ‘Bords’ pips Kelly

Posts : Wednesday 11 October, 2017
MICHAEL Bordignon capped a stellar season for Wangaratta Magpies by winning the best and fairest by one vote over Matt Kelly.  [Read more]

Page 3

21. Local rail services slip while Metro exceeds target

Posts : Wednesday 11 October, 2017
AFTER an outstanding performance in August the North East line has slid back down the table to be the worst performed V/Line service in the state according to the latest Public Transport Victoria (PTV) data.  [Read more]

22. 2016 council elections

Threads : Wednesday 11 October, 2017

23. Count back from the start

Posts : Wednesday 11 October, 2017
ALL Wangaratta city ward candidates in the 2016 election have an equal chance to be elected to council prior to a count back that will take place on November 13.  [Read more]

24. Paola, Hoppers part ways

Posts : Wednesday 11 October, 2017
MOYHU Football Netball Club and senior football coach John Paola have mutually agreed to part ways following a successful 2017 season with club stalwart Andrew Balfour and classy forward Corey Smith named as co-coaches for the 2018 season.  [Read more]

25. A sign not so welcome to country

Posts : Wednesday 11 October, 2017
A ‘WELCOME to Yorta Yorta Country’ sign recently erected on the Hume Freeway near Chiltern will be pulled down following concerns raised by Bpangerang advocates.  [Read more]

26. Finalists battle out reversal

Posts : Wednesday 11 October, 2017
NORTH East Regional Tennis Association’s season kicked off on Saturday under clear blue skies and the expectations and confidence of all teams for the upcoming season were high for another productive season.  [Read more]

27. VEC sets count back

Posts : Monday 9 October, 2017
FORMER councillor Dr Julian Fidge said he and his family were “deeply saddened” by the passing of Cr Ruth Amery.  [Read more]

28. Hyde breaks Valley

Posts : Monday 9 October, 2017
CONTRIBUTIONS across the board helped Rovers United Bruck to a five wicket win over Ovens Valley United in their first match of the new WDCA season on Saturday.  [Read more]

29. Firefighter’s close call

Posts : Monday 9 October, 2017
A WANGARATTA CFA brigade member was almost killed by a passing motorist when responding to a call out yesterday morning.  [Read more]

30. Smoke detector program windfall

Posts : Monday 9 October, 2017
COMMUNITY generosity has come to the rescue of a life-saving program, which the Wangaratta CFA had considered ceasing due to a lack of funding.  [Read more]

Page 4

31. Final ball thriller for Blues as Nightingale shows form

Posts : Monday 9 October, 2017
GRETA’S balance overcame Benalla Bushrangers’ power in the first round of the WDCA season on Saturday.  [Read more]

32. LOSS OF A LADY

Posts : Monday 9 October, 2017
THE sudden passing of Wangaratta Councillor Ruth Amery last Thursday night has shocked and saddened family, friends, work colleagues and the greater Rural City of Wangaratta community.  [Read more]

33. Norris sets Colts for big win

Posts : Monday 9 October, 2017
A NICK Norris-led City Colts target of 180 proved too strong a total for Delatite to chase down in the first round of the WDCA A grade match on Saturday.  [Read more]

34. Losses will hurt

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
THE loss of key bowlers Dylan Landgren and Lachie Busk will hurt Wangaratta Magpies’ A grade, but captain Zac Guilfoyle believes that the two losses will allow for the club’s promising juniors to step up.  [Read more]

35. Mill sell off

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
WORKERS at Australian Country Spinners clocked off for the last time on Monday after a takeover of the business by a Bendigo based wool manufacturing company. [Read more]

36. Stalwarts give the game away

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
TWO Tarrawingee stalwarts have pulled the pin on their respective careers.  [Read more]

37. Remembering “Frewy”

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
HUNDREDS of friends, family members and fellow police officers gathered to honour the life of Leading Senior Constable Gavin Frew of Wangaratta Highway Patrol. [Read more]

38. Gens Miss off to a fierce start

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
FITZGERALD Racing’s season is off to a flying start with Gens Miss capturing two wins in a row.  [Read more]

39. Colts searching for early wins to set up season

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
CRICKET returns for City Colts Cricket Club taking on Delatite tomorrow.  [Read more]

40. New principal all set for Yarrunga

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
THE new principal at Yarrunga Primary School is looking forward to bringing a positive and enthusiastic energy to the school community. [Read more]

Page 5

41. Lead clean-up nears tender

Posts : Friday 6 October, 2017
WANGARATTA council will go out to tender on the clean-up of lead contamination at North Wangaratta Recreation Reserve once an auditor’s reports is complete. [Read more]

42. Mourning the loss of ‘big, gentle giant’

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
THE sudden loss of Leading Senior Constable Gavin Frew of Wangaratta Highway Patrol has devastated his friends, family and the wider Wangaratta community. [Read more]

43. Hard work honoured

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
JOHN Muraca, Janis Madden, Colleen Balfour, Christine Whinray and Les Leitch were all recognised for their work in the Ovens and King Football Netball League and were duly awarded life membership for the league.  [Read more]

44. END SILENCE

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
DETECTIVES seeking to bring to justice the person or persons who abducted and murdered Kath Bergamin in 2002 say 15 years is long enough for those who know what happened to stay silent. [Read more]

45. Stars align to keep Barry in the game

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
BARRY Grant has ploughed a fair amount of energy into the Norm Minns Oval over the years. [Read more]

46. O’Brien’s prowess recognised

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
FORMER Wangaratta Rovers player Jeremy O’Brien has been named coach of the year of the Picola and District, South East division for his work at Tungamah FNC this season.  [Read more]

47. Lawrence to give Lakers a boost

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
YARRAWONGA Mulawa may now have the best batting combination in Wangaratta and District Cricket Association with the addition of Shepparton United star Josh Lawrence.  [Read more]

48. Big V Bushrangers sign the explosive Kannon

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
EXCITING American Kannon Burrage has agreed to terms with the North East Bushrangers basketball club and will return for the 2018 season.  [Read more]

49. Urgent support sought for life saving program

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
A PROGRAM that saves lives in Wangaratta is at risk of terminating, due to a lack of financial support. [Read more]

50. Chat with commissioner

Posts : Wednesday 4 October, 2017
SENIOR citizens have a unique chance to share their views on important issues with the Commissioner for Senior Victorians, Gerard Mansour, next month. [Read more]
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!