VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews will today announce the final $6.9 million needed for a $22 million redevelopment of Wangaratta’s public hospital.
The pressures of bringing up children and teenagers are forever present, as parents find that after they’ve conquered one challenge, another one presents.
RURAL City of Wangaratta councillors’ decision this week to approve a permit to expand a single storey medical clinic in Green Street to double storey will set a precedent for further economic growth in the rural city.
A PROJECT designed to further increase the public appetite for Prosecco received a boost yesterday with the announcement of funding to support a marketing and growth strategy by Wines of the King Valley.
WANGARATTA Fire Station remains shut this week, after firefighters were forced to evacuate their Handley Street station on Sunday when a training drill unearthed small quantities of asbestos.
CONSOLIDATION sums up the performance over the last 12 months of The Centre in Wangaratta.
BULLS Head Hotel publican Mark Sorensen has had to deal with the odd unwanted guest over the years, but nothing quite like the last two weeks.
STUDENTS and staff at Wangaratta District Specialist School will be putting their best foot forward today, sporting colourful, mismatched socks in recognition of World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD).
AN Air Park precinct at Wangaratta Aerodrome will not be built at least until drainage and flood inundation issues are addressed.
THE success of Saturday night’s Down by the River community event could lead to more live music performances in the rural city according to organisers.
A LACEBY resident is at her wit’s end after the ‘hairy panic’ tumbleweed has plagued her home for seven weeks.
IF you’re looking for the best snags in North East Victoria, you don’t need to travel far.
LOCAL students joined with almost two million nationwide to stand up against bullying last week.
JACK Boulton lived up to his name, bolting clear of the field in Sydney to be named the 100 and 200 metre Australian under 15 champion.
YARRAWONGA Mulwala is well aware it has enjoyed a dominant season but skipper Matt Knight is adamant that counts for little at this time of the season.
A FIRST up match against Albury City, a team that went undefeated through the regular season last year, is exactly what the Wangaratta City Lady Devils want.
THE onus is squarely on its batsmen if Rovers United Bruck and City Colts are to return to the WDCA’s biggest stage after disappointing semi final exits on Sunday.
THE make-up of Beechworth’s final team for this Saturday’s WDCA A grade grand final remains a mystery with young all rounder Jake Biddulph no certainty to return to the line-up.
IT might not have been the most clinical victory, however, Wangaratta City is off to a winning start in the 2018 Albury/Wodonga Football Association season following a 2-1 victory over Twin City on Sunday.
A DAZZLING bowling effort from Beechworth limited Rovers United Bruck to just 85 runs on day one, proving to be the key that sent the Wanderers through to a second straight WDCA grand final.
CLUB circumstance has seen the Ovens and King Football Netball League implement the last touch out of bounds rule.
Here’s a selection of Monday’s People photos from this week’s paper.
OLIVIA Wallace and Lily Wadley highlighted the strength of their love for each other this week.
RIDING 34 kilometres on unicycles is not an easy feat.
NORTHEAST Health Wangaratta’s super squad the ‘Path Chicks’ have gained two more members in their team of courageous women that will be shaving off their hair this week.
A CONSISTENT downturn in the number of cattle being sold in Wangaratta continued last year, although the value of sales still exceeded $30 million.
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IT was third time lucky for Wangaratta’s Murray Bennett, winner of the 2017 ALPA Victorian Young Auctioneers Competition.
WANGARATTA council will push for a seven-person board structure to manage the Wangaratta Saleyards, based on public feedback to date.