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WANGARATTA council has back-flipped on paying for a bridge that will connect future housing in the city’s northwest, deciding to instead slug developers with the cost.
RURAL City of Wangaratta council is seeking advice in an attempt to avoid a price hike on the kerbside collection.
THE pilot of a plane that crashed into another aircraft at Wangaratta Airport, who then refuelled and took to the skies again, is being investigated by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
A claim seeking damages relating to the alleged failure to monitor and supervise convicted murderer Michael Cardamone while on parole has been lodged with the state of Victoria.
A WOOLSHED Valley resident has expressed grave concerns about danger to life and property in the area in the wake of a recent minor blaze.
WANGARATTA businesses in Tone Road are facing closure next Thursday due to a planned power outage by AusNet Services.
RURAL communities will have a chance to bid for money from council’s $1.7 million project fund at pop up information sessions beginning this weekend. The…
WANGARATTA’S reputation for attracting the highest quality young beef cattle to its annual Blue Ribbon Weaner Sale was enhanced at last week’s event.
THE Rural City of Wangaratta has identified six priorities crucial to growing investment and jobs throughout the region.
STUDENTS walking through the gates at Galen Catholic College today will be welcomed by the sight of $5.5 million in building works, ready for their use.
AN 18 year old instrumental in establishing an LGBTI group for local young people has been recognised as the Rural City of Wangaratta’s young citizen of the year.
A SEVERE thunderstorm brought a deluge of unexpected rainfall to Wangaratta on Saturday evening.