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TWO Wangaratta schools will share in $2.2 million next financial year as part of a string of funding announcements released by the State Government on…
A UNIVERSITY report into the wellbeing of 1400 school children in the Rural City of Wangaratta shows that most are happy with life.
WANGARATTA man Ian Pitt has extended a message of gratitude to the local community.
KEY venues in Wangaratta need to improve under a new strategy that aims to attract more people and events to the city.
FINE examples of contemporary Australian Indigenous art collected by Sydney based businessman Geoffrey Hassall are being exhibited at the Wangaratta Art Gallery.
SCENARIO modelling of the Ovens River during flood events has all but ruled out the construction of higher levee banks in central Wangaratta.
THE ignition of a 273-hectare Black Springs planned burn on Thursday in the Warby Range brings to an end the priority burns planned for the…
WANGARATTA Woollen Mills plans to weave ‘commission spinning’ into its operations before the end of this year.
WANGARATTA police are following leads to catch those responsible for the illegal dumping of a large quantity of rubbish in bushland off Faithfull Street.
EVERY night around 105,000 people are homeless and many are sleeping rough around Australia.
RESIDENTS looking to explore the world of natural living should look no further than the Off-Grid Living Festival at Eldorado this month.
WODONGA and Albury detectives have located a prisoner who allegedly escaped from Beechworth Correctional Centre last night. Nathan Crisfield was discovered missing about 7pm on…