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Fungi workshop covers the delicious and the decorative
Australia’s diverse range of fungi can be both edible and delicious, while others can be deadly.
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Grants awarded to help prevent violence against women
Women and children on the Border who are at risk of domestic violence will receive help from a range of local organisations with funds raised from the annual White Ribbon Ball awarded last night.
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Businesses get on board to help connect youth
The 2017-18 Youth Connect Card will be officially launched today before being distributed to 14,000 local youth, thanks to support from many local business.
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Wodonga Library delights kids with a riddle
Wodonga Library will celebrate National Simultaneous Storytime this year with Wodonga Mayor Cr Anna Speedie reading The Cow Tripped Over the Moon to help spread the love of books and reading.
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Show pays tribute to lost legends of music
The Murray Conservatorium will pay tribute to some of our recently lost legends of music with the ‘Back to Life’ performance at The Cube Wodonga this Saturday, May 27, at 7pm.
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Statement from CEO Patience Harrington on recent media reports
Recent reports in the media regarding the closure of the Visitor Information Centre made some very serious claims in regards to the treatment of volunteers associated with the centre. Meetings were held with volunteers prior to and following
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Targeting risky drinking culture in Wodonga
Wodonga Council will deliver a new project tackling risky drinking in the community thanks to VicHealth’s $1.3 million Alcohol Culture Change grants initiative for local councils.
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Havelock St opens to traffic
The Havelock St extension has opened to traffic today
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Statement from the Mayor on Murray Goulburn closure
Wodonga Council will continue to work closely with Indigo Shire and Towong Shire as well as state and federal government partners in the wake of the decision to close the Murray Goulburn plant at Kiewa.
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Changing use prompts move to online visitor services
Wodonga Council is responding to an increasing uptake of online services by visitors and will start the transition to closing the Visitor Information Centre to focus on multiple digital avenues and information points.
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Budget strikes right balance for growing city
Wodonga Mayor Cr Anna Speedie says the council has put forward a fiscally responsible draft budget that identifies key savings but continues to deliver on community priorities.
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Wodonga has Mother’s Day covered
Wodonga has Mother’s Day covered this Sunday with the Mother’s Day Classic kicking it off with a 5km run/walk from 10am at Sumsion Gardens (registrations open 8am to 9.30am).
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Regional rail collective welcomes funding for North East line
Wodonga Mayor Cr Anna Speedie, on behalf of the Hume Corridor Passenger Rail Collaborative, has welcomed tonight's announcement of $100 million for the North East rail line in the Federal Budget.
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Wodonga celebrates volunteers in awards ceremony
Wodonga's fourth annual Volunteers Fair this Saturday, May 13, will serve as a thank you for the city's brigade of hard-working helpers, and provide a fitting conclusion to National Volunteers Week.
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Green Army transforms creek
The Green Army has transformed a section of Castle Creek, removing willow trees and other weeds to improve the health of and connect sections of Wodonga’s waterways.
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Coranderrk explores what might have been
Ilbijerri Theatre Company and Belvoir will present ‘Coranderrk’ at The Cube Wodonga tonight – a story about what might have been.
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What future do you want for Wodonga’s playgrounds?
Wodonga Council is continuing to use the innovative online tool ‘Playometer’ to consult the community about playgrounds to be redeveloped, after trialling it successfully last year.
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Nominate a young person for a RED Carpet award
Young people aged between 14 and 24 years who work, live, study or volunteer in Wodonga are eligible to be nominated for Wodonga Council’s eighth annual RED Carpet Youth Awards.
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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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Wodonga to welcome Queen’s Baton in lead up to Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Local legends are being called on to carry the Queen’s Baton in Wodonga as it prepares to host the Queen’s Baton Relay.
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Motorists urged to slow down at school crossings
Motorists urged to slow down at school crossings
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Council supports no rate cap variation for 2017-2018
Wodonga Council will accept the 2 per cent rate cap set by the Victorian Government and not pursue a rate cap variation for the 2017-2018 year following a decision at the council’s January meeting.
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