Updated ( 17/05/2013 )
Kids’ home alone

AN innovative program to help stop youth homelessness in Wangaratta will have to be set up without government funding because it deals with prevention instead of a cure. more --->

Teen’s struggle for a home last five years

THE life of homeless teenagers can be stressful and frustrating, especially when all they want is to build a future for themselves. more --->

Claims of police intimidation

PUBLIC order response police in Wangaratta on the weekend have been described as unreasonable and intimidating, but Victoria Police says it had a duty to protect the city. more --->

It’s ‘lifesaving’ rain for some

RAINFALL across the Wangaratta district in the first half of May has been described as “lifesaving” for farmers. more --->

Front to back?

HE might have kicked 33 goals in four matches so far this season, but North Wangaratta star Rich Findlay says there is every chance he could start at full back against King Valley tomorrow. more --->

Locals become national champions on the water

A GROUP of five local youngsters can now call themselves national champions after helping the Mulwala Waterski Club (MWC) take out the 2013 Australian Show Ski title late last month. more --->

Finals go down to the wire

THE grand final of Wangaratta Table Tennis Association’s autumn competition was played last week, with titles in two of the three grades decided in the final rubber of the match. more --->

Wins aren’t too far away says Witham

WANGARATTA’S search for its first victory of the Ovens and Murray netball season has been long and painful, however, coach Sue Witham remains optimistic that wins aren’t too far away. more --->