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AN out of control party promoted on Facebook has left the Country Women’s Association (CWA) hall in Wangaratta trashed.
AN upgrade to the current Salvos Store building will further develop the northern entry to Wangaratta’s central business district.
THE first work has started to refurbish the iconic Mount Buffalo Chalet building.
Council is considering relocating the Williams Road school crossing to improve safety near St Bernard’s Primary School.
INDIGO Valley’s Cathy McGowan will attempt to unseat Sophie Mirabella (MHR, Indi) at September’s Federal election.
COSTS of council’s crisis have been put at $90,000, the equivalent of a .391 per cent rise in municipal rates.
IT was a time to “paws” and reflect for many of the participants in yesterday’s Million Paws Walk.
PUBLIC order response police in Wangaratta on the weekend have been described as unreasonable and intimidating.
RAINFALL across the Wangaratta district in the first half of May has been described as “lifesaving” for farmers.
THREE acting directors will support Rural City of Wangaratta councillors at their next meeting on Tuesday, in the absence of senior staff on leave.
AN innovative program to help stop youth homelessness in Wangaratta will have to be set up without government funding.
THE Wangaratta pensioner who had a metal rod thrown at his car on the weekend says he lost about $70,000 worth of possessions in the…