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FENCES have come down at the Ovens Riverside Precinct, which is now open to the public.
A MAGISTRATE has said she will grant bail to a Whitfield man who allegedly stabbed his friend 28 times.
A PLANNED equine park would cost between $8-$10 million and bring 100 jobs to Wangaratta.
COUNCILLORS are gone and the man who recommended their dismissal has taken over as an administrator.
AN illiterate 66 year old man has claimed he was solely responsible for organising a drug operation involving 6880 cannabis plants.
A $4.5 MILLION project set to expand operations at Bruck Textiles will receive a $500,000 shot in the arm.
GARY Gourlay will step down as chairperson of Business Wangaratta with a quiet sense of satisfaction.
THE hard work has begun for Cathy McGowan (MHR, Indi), but the parties aren’t over just yet.
Municipal Inspector, Peter Stephenson’s final report details the depth of problems that led to council’s dismissal.
COUNCIL’S dismissal has been accelerated and could come into effect as early as Wednesday.
ALMOST $340,000 will be pumped into the Wangaratta Jazz Festival over the next three years.
RECENT rain has cast a shining light over the cattle industry.