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A MAGISTRATE has criticised Wangaratta’s nightclubs for staying open into the early hours of the morning because it can lead to drunken violence.
A WANGARATTA pensioner has finally come forward to claim his division one TattsLotto prize worth more than $800,000.
MUNICIPAL inspector, Peter Stephenson, has urged warring parties to “take a deep breath” and get on with business at the Rural City of Wangaratta Council.
ONE former mayor is “saddened”, and another describes last week’s events at Rural City of Wangaratta Council as a “catastrophe”.
SERGEANT Michael Connors will fly to Texas today to take part in a training program aimed at catching out criminals who keep secrets.
A LEADING Melbourne barrister silenced a crowd of around 300 concert goers in Wangaratta on Saturday night, as he spoke out against the State Government’s…
LOCAL Government Minister, Jeanette Powell, won’t suspend Rural City of Wangaratta Councillor Julian Fidge.
A GROUP of local art students have drawn inspiration from the Autumn season to create a series of new works.
Lisa McInerney enjoyed her first decent sleep for the year on Tuesday night, after she had handed in her resignation.
SACKING council would be the last resort for Minister for Local Government, Jeanette Powell.
UNCERTAINTY and frustration over when Wangaratta will join Australia’s broadband super highway has been inflamed by its exclusion from the latest rollout.
COUNCILLOR Lisa McInerney has resigned from the Rural City of Wangaratta.