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RELIEF: Mayor, Rozi Parisotto (right) expressed relief at the arrival of municipal inspector, Peter Stephenson. PHOTO: Luke Plummer

MUNICIPAL inspector, Peter Stephenson, has urged warring parties to "take a deep breath" and get on with business at the Rural City of Wangaratta Council.


MORE than 30 aircraft took skyward in Wangaratta over the weekend, with Wangaratta Aero Modeller Club president Wayne Harrison and his F9F Panther leading the charge. Photo: Luke Plummer.

BRIGHT sunshine attracted dozens of people to Wangaratta Aero Modellers "Come and have a fly" and information days held at the Wangaratta Saleyards complex on the weekend.


INSPECTING THE SCENE:  Wangaratta detectives inspected the pedestrian walk above the Rowan Street underpass on Monday, where a metal rod was dropped and caused a 4WD towing a caravan to crash on Saturday.

THE Wangaratta pensioner who had a metal rod thrown at his car on the weekend says he lost about $70,000 worth of possessions in the ensuing crash.


A MAGISTRATE has criticised Wangaratta's nightclubs for staying open into the early hours of the morning because it can lead to drunken violence.


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COLLEGE'S Jake Leavett-Brown and Kangaroos' Declan Joyce-Lawford chase the ball during the two teams' clash on Saturday morning at the Barr Reserve. Joyce-Lawford won the race to the ball and the Roos also won the match. Photo: Luke Plummer

SAINTS remain the team to beat in the under 16 competition after fighting off an early challenge from Tigers before winning the bout by 59 points on Sunday.



DETERMINED: Darby Morrison is working hard to get Swanpool back on track.

SWANPOOL coach Darby Morrison believes the Ovens and King Football League needs to adopt a two-tiered competition in order for struggling clubs like his own to survive.



Wangaratta Rovers coach Mick Caruso.

WANGARATTA Rovers coach Mick Caruso admitted the skill level in Sunday's win over North Albury will have to be significantly improved if the Hawks want to match it with Yarrawonga this Saturday.





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