AN estimated $5 million will be required to restore Wangaratta’s roads and infrastructure after the recent flood events.
GROUNDBREAKING research into violence and grief in the wake of disaster is hoped to help combat family violence in the future.
AT least 10 local businesses have again been targeted by a banking scam that gained almost $30,000 earlier this year.
VOTERS have just three days left to complete their Rural City of Wangaratta council election ballot papers.
A BUS will be running to Melbourne this weekend to help locals attend the Enough is Enough rally at Parliament House.
MERRIWA Park has been reopened after council yesterday deemed the area safe enough for public use.
ONGOING levee surveillance and bridge assessments will be among council’s top priorities as flood clean up continues this week.
AUTHORITIES will continue to monitor Wangaratta’s flood situation as the Ovens catchment area recedes towards moderate flood levels across the weekend.
FAMILIAR flooding sight brings financial threat in Whorouly.
FIVE alleged drug drivers were among those caught by Wangaratta police during the weekend’s statewide Operation Scoreboard.
AUTHORITIES are continuing to warn residents about rising floodwaters as the Ovens, King and Murray rivers remained at moderate flood levels yesterday.
DRUGS, guns and cash were among the items police seized from a driver allegedly speeding along the Greta Alpine Road.