Time to slow, stop and obey
WODONGA Council is pleading with motorists to drive safely around school crossings with the start of the 2015 school year.
Chance to share WWI memories
WHEN she was just three-years-old, Belle Shepard stood beside her great, great aunt and watched as she waved bye to her fiancé who was leaving for World War I.
Felltimber Community Centre marks anniversary with showcase
Felltimber Community Centre will mark its 21st anniversary with a morning of activities. The Felltimber Showcase will run from 9am to noon on Thursday, January 29 at the centre with a ceremony at 10am to mark the anniversary.
Logic sale to pave way for rail terminal
Wodonga Council has passed a motion to sell land at Logic to Blanalko Pty Ltd, the property arm of SCT.
SCT is a significant freight company with a turnover of $500 million a year and 1000 employees at sites across Australia.
Australia Day award winners announced
THE 2015 Wodonga Citizen of the Year, Ian Elston, was recognised for his community work spanning more than 30 years.
Relax and take a healthy break at Lunch in the Park
Research has shown that taking a lunch break improves energy levels, reduces stress and helps sustain concentration throughout the day.
Swap your rhubarb from some beans at produce swap
What do you do with all those lemons on the backyard tree? What about all those excess zucchinis growing too large in the patch?
Marriage equality, $1m worth of tenders and $20m in works
There was a a lot of interest in Wodonga's first ordinary council meeting of 2015 with a motion on marriage equality on the agenda. Cr Lisa Mahood submitted the motion, asking that the council publicly support marriage equality, irrespective
Natives best for nature
LOCAL native plants are tough, grow quickly and help keep pests such as mosquitoes at bay, according to Wodonga's newest nursery.
New recycling bins installed at Lake Hume reserves
Visitors to Lake Hume’s recreation areas will now have more options for recycling thanks to a Sustainability Victoria grant.
Exhibition tells life stories of German migrants
THE amazing life stories of German migrants who arrived in Australia from 1935-1956 will feature in a travelling exhibition titled Memories in my Luggage at the Bonegilla Migrant Experience this summer.