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HARRIETVILLE’S Community Building Initiative hasrejected claims more personnel could not be deployed to combat the Harrietville fire in the initial stage.
COUNCIL’S chief executive officer, Doug Sharp, is again on sick leave, after returning to his job for a week.
BUSY lifestyles, easy access to junk food, and lack of health knowledge have led to Wangaratta’s rating as one of Victoria’s fattest localities.
POLICE have issued a warning for Wangaratta residents to lock their doors after new statistics showed burglary offences rose 32 per cent to 194 in…
LABOR has quashed rumors it won’t contest the seat of Indi in the upcoming federal election.
A PEDESTRIAN in his 60s died after being hit by a car in Tarrawingee this evening.
A rivalry established more than 60 years ago will open its 2013 chapter on Sunday, when Wangaratta Rovers play host to Wangaratta Magpies.
VIOLENT football brawls could be leading to a culture of violence off the field, according to Wangaratta’s top policeman.
GOULBURN Ovens TAFE has recorded the biggest financial turnaround of any Tafe in Victoria.
‘CONFUSION’ over Wangaratta’s council woes has been addressed in State Parliament.
The full exchange between Tim McCurdy and Local Government Minister Jeanette Powell on the ASU’s calls to sack Cr Julian Fidge.
TAXI drivers’ livelihoods could be ripped out from underneath them under new State Government industry reform.