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1. Ripe time to taste Proseco

Posts : Saturday 18 November, 2017
WINE lovers are looking forward to visiting the home of Italian style wines when the King Valley plays host to the 2017 La Dolce Vita wine and food festival this weekend. [Read more]

2. Bishop welcomes vote, notes ‘holy’ distinction

Posts : Friday 17 November, 2017
WANGARATTA Anglican Bishop John Parkes has welcomed Australia’s overwhelming support of same sex marriage... [Read more]

3. Demand on hospital leads to $2.2m loss

Posts : Friday 17 November, 2017
THE importance and urgency for an expansion of Northeast Health Wangaratta’s capacity was reinforced at Wednesday night’s annual general meeting. [Read more]

4. Tigers load up

Posts : Friday 17 November, 2017
GLENROWAN has added serious firepower in a bid to maintain its supremacy in Ovens and King football, with young forwards Darcy Laffy and Seb De Napoli signing with the Kelly Tigers for 2018.  [Read more]

5. ANOTHER DIP

Posts : Friday 17 November, 2017
COUNCIL will push forward with a fourth attempt to attract $4.4m in Commonwealth funding to help pay for a new $8.9m 50-metre outdoor pool at the city’s major sporting precinct. [Read more]

6. Pies swoop on brothers

Posts : Friday 17 November, 2017
WANGARATTA Magpies have strengthened their list in preparation for their premiership defence by signing brothers Jamie and Mark Anderson.  [Read more]

7. Colts’ pups to stand up

Posts : Friday 17 November, 2017
AS the top order fired for Yarrawonga Mulwala last weekend, City Colts captain Kent Braden is hoping his side can do the same as it prepares to chase down a mammoth 264 runs.  [Read more]

8. Wangaratta showdown

Posts : Friday 17 November, 2017
ONE hundred and twenty two teams from around the state will descend upon Wangaratta and Benalla for Wangaratta’s annual junior basketball tournament tomorrow.  [Read more]

9. Bad results, but light at end of tunnel

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
ONGOING train faults and speed restrictions have again given the Albury rail line the tag of the worst performing service overall in country Victoria for October. [Read more]

10. Ashlee’s election provides younger, female voice in council chamber

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
ASHLEE Fitzpatrick has taken up her new role as an incoming councillor for the Rural City of Wangaratta with enthusiasm as the youngest ever to serve in the municipality. [Read more]

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11. FATAL FLU AUDIT

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
ST John’s Village is “on the front foot” to ensure resident care, after a Federal Government review found issues with the facility’s processes during a recent fatal influenza outbreak. [Read more]

12. Healing Stone

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
REIGNING Bob Rose medallist Dylan Stone’s rehabilitation has now started but the Wangaratta Rovers’ midfielder isn’t putting a date on his return.  [Read more]

13. Strong effort from depleted Lady Warriors

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
THEY may have registered their first loss of the season but Wangaratta Lady Warriors were upbeat with their performance against Wodonga Lady Wolves on Sunday.  [Read more]

14. Wangaratta trips at the final hurdle

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
IT was heartbreak for Wangaratta’s A1 side, which played away at Yarrawonga on Saturday, going down by a mere three shots.  [Read more]

15. Mercury rising as aggregate heats up

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
THE temperature rose on Saturday and players were noticeably reaching for the drink bottle more often in Wangaratta Lawn Tennis Club’s afternoon aggregate.  [Read more]

16. Great insight into El Alamein

Posts : Wednesday 15 November, 2017
WANGARATTA’S Own returned to Wangaratta once again last weekend. [Read more]

17. Henry’s unique perspective

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
HENRY McCormick started his journey as a filmmaker when he was only a grade five student.  [Read more]

18. Casey runs riot

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
THE runs just keep coming for Wangaratta and District Cricket Association ladder leader Yarrawonga Mulwala.  [Read more]

19. Day of honour

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
REMEMBRANCE Day is fast approaching Anzac Day in the level of community support to honour those who have served and those who have died in the service of their country. [Read more]

20. Young Devils to represent

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
WANGARATTA City FC’s season may have finished but the club is still reaping the rewards of a successful season with 27 of its juniors selected for next year’s representative sides.  [Read more]

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21. A mother’s warning on premature births

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
A LOCAL mother of two prematurely born babies has shared her story ahead of a Mercy Health Foundation campaign that raises funds for premature birth complications. [Read more]

22. Saker’s season over due to injury

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
BENALLA Bushrangers’ Rob Saker took off to complete a run, something he had done a lot of to that point of the innings as he led a fight back against Delatite, but something went wrong.  [Read more]

23. Dancing duo’s promise fulfilled after 20 years

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
Daniel Roach signed a pledge 20 years ago he would be his wife's Nadine’s partner when she makes her debut,  [Read more]

24. Game in the balance

Posts : Monday 13 November, 2017
BOTH Rovers United Bruck and Beechworth knew their round five clash was going to be a nail biter.  [Read more]

25. All candidates to accept…

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
ASHLEE Fitzpatrick might be the youngest female ever elected to a Victorian council if she is successful at next Monday’s Victorian Electoral Commission recount. [Read more]

26. OH SO LUCKY

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
A YOUNG Wangaratta couple have told of their horrifying experience after the car they were driving veered off a Mt Buffalo roadside last Saturday. [Read more]

27. Serenity lost: neighbours vow to fight solar plans

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
NEIGHBOURS overlooking land earmarked for multiple solar farms spanning 5.5km vow they will fight plans until the end if the need arises. [Read more]

28. Quick transition

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
A QUICK turnaround between football and cricket season has paid off for Wangaratta’s Brad Melville, who has been selected in the under 19 Victoria Country side with the team released earlier this week.  [Read more]

29. Heavyweight battle of two undefeated rivals

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
ONE team is flying through their schedule capturing big wins and hell bent on performing well in the finals, while the other is picking off sides through a determined resolve.  [Read more]

30. Ladies day hot to trot

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
THE lack of horses at the Wangaratta Turf Club yesterday was no problem for racegoers at the Oaks Day Ladies Luncheon. [Read more]

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31. League leaders set to face off

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
THE two undefeated teams of the CBL’s North East region meet on Sunday with Wangaratta Lady Warriors trekking up the Hume for their clash with Wodonga Lady Wolves.  [Read more]

32. Passing on war history is important for Justin

Posts : Friday 10 November, 2017
RAAF veteran Justin Tilson said the arrival of his first child this year had reinforced the importance of occasions like Remembrance Day. [Read more]

33. Ricky a cut above the rest

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
BARBERING is back in a big way, at least for Wangaratta apprentice Ricky Jefferies.  [Read more]

34. Players put on a show

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
AFTER teasing and tormenting so far this spring, Mother Nature finally put on her best fine weather clothes and conditions for round three of the Edi Upper/Moyhu junior tennis aggregate competition last Friday.  [Read more]

35. Hardcourt cracks the whip

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
Corowa Blue returned to the earth with a thud on Saturday after some promising results recently, when they were beaten 7-5 by Wang Hardcourt.  [Read more]

36. Great start to Cup Day racing

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
HAUNTED Stream gave local training stable Ledger Racing’s day a great start, winning race one of Wangaratta’s Melbourne Cup Day races.  [Read more]

37. Frankly primed

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
HE will need to fight his way to the front from out wide, but that won’t bother Frankly Harvey one bit.  [Read more]

38. Enterprising students

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
A TEAM of girls have found a way to help dog owners and dogs in need. [Read more]

39. Fair call: community support by the book

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
IT’S time to clean out those bookshelves again, as the Rotary Club of Wangaratta moves ahead with plans for Wangaratta Bookfest 2018. [Read more]

40. Fashions on Field has the essence

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
NO, the Academy Awards were not held in Wangaratta yesterday.  [Read more]

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41. RACING HEARTS

Posts : Wednesday 8 November, 2017
IT WAS sunshine and smiles for racegoers at the Ovens Ford Wangaratta Melbourne Cup Day yesterday, with a lucky few walking away with winnings. [Read more]

42. A message of compassion for refugees

Posts : Tuesday 7 November, 2017
A FEDERAL politician  committed to working with MPs and communities to integrate refugees into Australia with compassion and support will speak in Wangaratta on Thursday. [Read more]

43. HIGH FOR ALL

Posts : Tuesday 7 November, 2017
WANGARATTA High School is nearing the realisation of its 10 year redevelopment vision, and the wider community is expected to benefit. [Read more]

44. Barry gets his hands on Tigers’ premiership cup

Posts : Monday 6 November, 2017
WELL-KNOWN Wangaratta cricketer and Richmond Tigers supporter Barry Grant got the surprise of his life when the 2017 AFL Premiership Cup came to town especially for him on Friday. [Read more]

45. Euthanasia prospect given a life line

Posts : Monday 6 November, 2017
THE prospect of Victoria becoming the first state in Australia to introduce voluntary euthanasia laws remains alive. [Read more]

46. Better balance is music to our ears

Posts : Monday 6 November, 2017
ORGANISERS believe the success of the weekend’s Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues confirms they are getting the challenging balance right between paid and free offerings at the city’s single biggest event of the year. [Read more]

47. Patrons’ smiling faces said it all

Posts : Monday 6 November, 2017
THE new Wangaratta Motor Group free community stage on Ford Street hit the right notes for festival veteran David Hughes. [Read more]

48. Determined Colts rally late against hardy Magpies

Posts : Monday 6 November, 2017
IT took 71 overs of grit and determination but City Colts finally broke through for a grinding win over Wangaratta Magpies on Saturday.  [Read more]

49. No stopping Lawrence

Posts : Monday 6 November, 2017
YARRAWONGA Mulwala has increased its buffer at the top of the Wangaratta and District Cricket Association’s A grade ladder on the back of a second straight ton from barnstorming batsman Josh Lawrence.  [Read more]

50. Locals set for big day of racing

Posts : Monday 6 November, 2017
TEN locally trained horses will gallop at Wangaratta Turf Club tomorrow for the Melbourne Cup Day races.  [Read more]
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