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A GROUP of runners circulating a message of peace around the world was cheered into St Patrick’s Primary School yesterday.
SCHOOLS, firefighters and community groups will have their fingers crossed this week ahead of next Tuesday’s State Budget announcement.
DENNIS Edwards angry at council’s “vandalism” of Baker St plane trees.
IT was a case of one step forward, two steps back at Monday night’s Rural City of Wangaratta council meeting.
GALEN College’s talents in the drama department will shine this week as they put on the show High School Musical.
THE man who allegedly murdered his parents in their home will return to Wangaratta in September to face court.
PERSONAL and public criticisms by councillors have been all but ruled out in a new code of conduct.
IAN David Thomas will appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court this morning charged with murdering his Wangaratta parents, Bill and Pauline Thomas.
PAULINE and Bill Thomas had been planning for their daughter’s wedding next Saturday.
LOVING couple, Bill and Pauline Thomas, had been a part of the Wangaratta community for decades. Bill, a modest livestock transporter, could often be seen…
THE Anzac Day service at Wangaratta Memorial Park included a more maritime appeal this year, thanks to an inspired speech from the highly decorated Commodore…
NUPLEX has escaped conviction but been ordered to pay $160,000 for an industrial accident that caused some Wangaratta residents to experience vomiting and nausea.