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WANGARATTA council has back-flipped on paying for a bridge that will connect future housing in the city’s northwest, deciding to instead slug developers with the cost.
FOR Jaxon Wickham and Matthew Gay, footy is a passion.
A SHED that offers ‘a second home’ for many men in the Wangaratta area has outgrown its digs due to its popularity.
TWO men in their 30s were facing multiple charges including car theft and reckless conduct after a dramatic early afternoon search and capture on Wednesday.
GOULBURN Ovens Institute of TAFE (GOTAFE) chief executive officer Paul Culpan has resigned.
WANGARATTA Turf Club’s redevelopments remain on track for completion and a grand opening in early August this year.
RURAL City of Wangaratta council is seeking advice in an attempt to avoid a price hike on the kerbside collection.
A TRUCK driver was lucky to escape serious injury when his B double left the Hume Freeway yesterday morning near the Bowser interchange.
A SAFETY briefing for local pilots will be staged at Wangaratta next week.
WHITFIELD Crane, from Ugly Kid Joe, has been announced as the international star participating in the upcoming A Hitch To The Sticks music festival.
THE Naish family of Wangaratta will have about 20 relatives in the crowd for this Saturday’s Essendon versus Richmond clash in support of nephew, cousin and new Tigers player Patrick Naish.
RELIEF for North East train commuters is a little closer with Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Barnaby Joyce announcing on Thursday that work on the rail line will begin mid-2018.