WANGARATTA Highway Patrol police were generally pleased with the way drivers behaved during the Labour Day long Weekend
TWO Wangaratta police sergeants are set to appear on national television.
“But let me tell you, it is not “politically correct” to represent women equally in Australia, it is simply correct.”
MAKING her impatience “infectious” will be among the key aims of Dr Leslie Cannold’s speech at the annual women’s breakfast in Wangaratta on Friday.
THE victim of an alleged random shooting at Everton is recovering well in hospital, family members say.
POLICE are still appealing for public information after an alleged armed robbery at Wangaratta’s Old Town ‘N’ Country Tavern on Sunday night.
LOCAL residents are being urged to protect themselves from mosquito bites, in the wake of the rising number of Ross River Virus victims.
A WANGARATTA mother was shaken to her core after an alleged fire attack at her home.
INFECTIOUS skin conditions and other bugs are being contracted from the Ovens River.
LOCAL elders and politicians weigh in on the Australia Day date change debate.
A SWEET stop-motion animation made by a Wangaratta student will be among the works featured at the prestigious Top Arts exhibition this year.
POLICE generally pleased with the behaviour of drivers over the Australia Day long weekend despite a number of drivers taking “unacceptable risks”.