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Council launches youth engagement strategy, toolkit
Wodonga Council’s youth services team is launching the youth engagement strategy and toolkit.
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MH-17 condolence book at council office
Wodonga Council has placed a condolence book in its Hovell St offices for members of the community who wish to pay their respects to the lives lost on Malaysian Airlines Flight MH–17.
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Citylife will soon be available in a new e-newsletter format.
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Retune is coming to Wodonga!
The retune is a national programme that moves free-to-air television channels to new frequencies.
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Chance to share rail frustrations
DIANNE King wants to hear about your experience with V/Line and how you think the rail service can be improved.
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Final notices for rates issued
AS the fourth instalment of the 2013-2014 rates and charges was payable by June 2014, final notices have been issued for certain properties.
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Model of creativity comes to the Border
The Border will host the sixth annual scale model show and competition this month.
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Funding helps city's future parlimentarians
FIVE youth parliamentarians have been recognised as part of the Young Achiever Support Scheme (YASS) in June.
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'Kool' program provides valuable music experience
LOCAL student bands and solo artists have travelled to Melbourne to create and record a professional CD as part of the Kool Schools 2014 initiative.
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Council now on BPAY view
Wodonga Council notices are now available through BPAY View.
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Councillors back public holiday change
WODONGA councillors have supported Racing Wodonga's request to change the Melbourne Cup public holiday.
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Parking changes in and around High St
THE Elgin Boulevard realignment project is running well with works now moving into the former Jack Hore Place.
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Residents encouraged to share their love for Wodonga
Residents are being encouraged to share their favourite spots, landmarks, shops and activities in Wodonga as part of the council’s #loveWodonga campaign.
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Follow the hearts for a hassle-free route
Wodonga Council is instructing motorists to “follow the hearts” with a series of signs that map out the alternate routes around the central business area.
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