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Update on the council’s tourism activities
Four new smart tourism terminals will be rolled out during October in the city centre.
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Historic bells toll in Wodonga
A series of historic and beautifully crafted instruments has been brought to the North East for a workshop this Thursday evening (September 7) in Arts Space Wodonga.
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Soundscapes exhibition alerts all the senses
Spring will bring a new sensory exhibition to Arts Space Wodonga with local artist Abi Thompson’s dramatic watercolours accompanied by a soundtrack of nature.
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Council launches new app to keep community informed
Wodonga Council has launched a new app to keep residents and visitors up-to-date as the next stage of the city’s transformation gets under way.
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Birallee Park home of proposed regional cricket hub
Birallee Park will be the home of the proposed regional cricket hub.
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Be part of the Wodonga 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
Expressions of interest are now open from local organisations, community groups and individuals who are interested in holding an event, program or activity as part of the Wodonga 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.
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NAIDOC Week - Story poles tell of preschool journey
A story that began with making Aboriginal children felt welcomed and comfortable at Belgrade Ave Preschool has come full circle, with a local family putting the finishing touches on a series of Aboriginal story poles. In 2014, Belgrade Preschool
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Next stage of city's transformation to get under way
The next stage of the city heart transformation will start in South St with preparatory works beginning in July.
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Wodonga records strong performance in annual state survey
Wodonga Council has recorded another strong overall performance in the annual state-wide Community Satisfaction Survey with its core performance measures exceeding the state and regional averages.
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Improved rail service would be boon for region: report
An improved rail service would mean an increase in passenger numbers and an economic boost for the region, according to a study undertaken by the local councils and action groups.
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Warming hearts and souls with wood-fired pizza
Wodonga Council is urging people to celebrate Harmony Day this Sunday by joining in to the first public use of the new Belvoir Park Community Wood-fired Oven.
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Motorists urged to slow down at school crossings
Motorists urged to slow down at school crossings
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