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Indigenous students kick off artistic careers at Wodonga's Flexible Learning Centre

ABC Local - ‎27.07.2016‎
Students from Wodonga's Flexible Learning Centre teamed up with teacher Linda Fish and Indigenous artist Tamara Murray to create original stencil designs to be printed on calico bags and painted on the pavement at Wodonga's Sumsion Gardens.

Wodonga meeting abandoned - ‎27.07.2016‎
"RV explored a variety of transfer options throughout the north-east and central regions, however, due to the impacts of ongoing rain and clubs' existing race schedules there was no track within reasonable proximity to Wodonga that could take Sunday's ...

Wodonga's Belvoir Special School students learn to vote for upcoming elections

ABC Local - ‎25.07.2016‎
All Australian citizens over the age of 18 have the right to vote, even if they have a disability, senior students at Wodonga's Belvoir Special school learnt this week. Senior students participated in a program run by the Victorian Electoral Commission ...

NVLX Wodonga 25 July 2016: Prices lift in larger yarding

Beef Central - ‎26.07.2016‎
Prices continued to lift this week at NVLX Wodonga in a slightly bigger yarding of 1,190. The market was supported by more rain and fewer numbers at other selling centres.

Cattle market at Wodonga surges again

Weekly Times Now - ‎20.07.2016‎
THE cattle price juggernaut rolled on through Wodonga today where steer princes hit 442c/kg and heifers reached 399c/kg. The offering of 2600 cattle sold to a huge crowd of buyers, with prices lifting on the sale at the centre two weeks earlier.

NVLX Wodonga 19 July 2016: Rates for secondary cattle surge

Beef Central - ‎19.07.2016‎
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share via Email. For producers who were looking to take advantage of current market conditions, opportunity knocked at NVLX Wodonga cattle sale. Due to rain ...

Life membership given to Norman Fry at dispersal of herd

Weekly Times Now - ‎28.07.2016‎
A fan of the Shorthorn breed, he established the Turramurra herd at Benalla 58 years ago and in 40 appearances at the Royal Melbourne Show the family's cattle have accrued dozens of awards.

Quick thinking stops a tragedy

The Border Mail - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
AN off-duty firefighter is encouraging people to learn CPR after saving a man's life in Wodonga. Wodonga West CFA captain Ross Coyle had been walking through Wodonga Plaza on Sunday with his son and noticed a man laying on the ground. He said it ...

Time is nigh to raise a teapot

The Border Mail - ‎28.07.2016‎
HIGH tea and teenage boys might not seem an obvious combination but a pair of Wodonga students will link the two for charity's sake.

Community diary

The Border Mail - ‎27.07.2016‎
Senior Citizens Hall, Havelock St, Wodonga. Ph. 6024 2865; Christmas in July, Corowa Old Time Dance, Friday, July 29, 7.30pm, Corowa Golf Club, Music by Russell & Lesley Edwards, come and join us for fun and festivities, with lots of giveaways and a ...

Wave of deals flow though industrial sector

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎26.07.2016‎
A local investor is understood to be running the ruler over four premium industrial assets offered by Growthpoint Properties Australia that include a major Woolworths distribution centre in the NSW-Victorian border town of Albury-Wodonga and three ...

Maher classic's May shift

The Border Mail - ‎27.07.2016‎
THE Jack Maher Classic will be held in May next year after wet weather forced Sunday's race meeting in Wodonga to be abandoned.

Wangman to quit council after 11 years

The Border Mail - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
“At the moment I feel that Wodonga is going really well and I think the things that I originally came on to council for have been advanced,” Cr Wangman said when asked why he had decided to leave.

New chapter on way

The Border Mail - ‎25.07.2016‎
Repair Cafe Albury-Wodonga will expand its monthly services to include book repairs at Gateway Island in Wodonga from August 6. Border school librarian Lynne Keys, who has been repairing books since she was a child, said it was important to extend the ...

Night games call out for more helpers

The Border Mail - ‎27.07.2016‎
The latest Midnight Basketball Wodonga competition will begin on August 5 at Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre. Committee chair Belinda Fenn said last term's program received positive feedback and organisers were now recruiting people to assist this ...

Uber-like ride-sharing provides a new option

The Border Mail - ‎27.07.2016‎
Many bemoan the cost of catching a cab between Albury and Wodonga but MCT founder Mitch Knorr claimed his service would be 20 per cent cheaper than regular taxis.

No bridge too far for Darren Weir as he sets new benchmark in training ranks in remarkable season

Herald Sun - ‎vor 15 Stunden‎
As the season draws to a close with the last city meeting at Caulfield on Saturday, and at Pakenham and Wodonga on Sunday, Weir continues his surge to an unprecedented 350 winners for the season.

Stars' ace calls for bush cricket

The Border Mail - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
What's happening in Wodonga. Coffee obsessed. I'm slightly coffee obsessed and always keen to try new places. What's your favo... Weekly Twilight Markets. Join local residents on Friday evening as a bevy of fresh produce, gourmet goodi... Looking for a ...

Wheels in motion on hills feedback

The Border Mail - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
The next public information session will be on Saturday at Hunchback Mountain Bike Park, where the cycling community will run a social ride and free skills sessions from 8am.

Wet weather sees Riverina Schoolboys Carnival cancelled

Cootamundra Herald - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
Junee's Will Field gets the ball away as Wodonga's Tom Hales moves in to tackle. Picture: Declan Rurenga. Gundagai's Ryan Farrell goes for a run down field.