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FLOODING problems at Wangaratta’s Ovens River precinct will be on the agenda for key ‘stakeholder’ groups next week.
A LEVY added to all Rural City of Wangaratta property owners’ annual rates would help pay for river health and maintenance.
WORK has begun on delivering the NBN to everywhere surrounding Wangaratta, but not the city itself.
WANGARATTA’S former Ovens College site could be developed into a student accommodation facility off the back of a new degree course.
ACTING chief executive officer, Kelvin Spiller, will remain at the helm of the Rural City of Wangaratta in the short term.
WANGARATTA residents living in flood prone areas should brace themselves.
POLICE are still hunting for three people who managed to evade arrest after a chase from Wangaratta to Lavington.
ROBYN Walsh has defended the Labor Party’s controversial asylum seeker policy.
SOME 30 manufacturing jobs will be created in Wangaratta as a result of 50 set to be lost in Tasmania.
THE lack of mobile phone and internet coverage in the King Valley is making it harder for businesses to promote themselves.
A YARRAWONGA woman has sworn off returning to Wangaratta after copping a parking fine out the front of the Co-Store.
THE newest Lions club branch in the North East has just helped a budding young athlete compete against the best in her sport.