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Australian Cross Border Championships 2022

Community / Jan 14, 2022

‘The Dragons are back in Albury/Wodonga, streaming live and free on Kayo. On Friday 21 to Sunday 23 January 2022 on Gateway Lakes, Dragon Boat Victoria in partnership with Wodonga Council and...

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I've been meaning to ask you

Community / Jan 14, 2022

Media release from the Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga Why do you have to go to work? How come adults drink to have fun? What was life like before the Internet? This is a show full of...

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Junction Place update

News / Jan 13, 2022

We do hear and appreciate the community concerns with this potential development. Any planning permit application follows a statutory process, governed by the Planning and Environment...

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Wodonga Council's year in review

Headline News / Dec 22, 2021

The year 2021 was a unique 12 months. The COVID-19 pandemic impacted our city greatly and we were in and out of lockdowns throughout the year. The pandemic meant council venues closed and...

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Summer fun in Wodonga

Headline News / Dec 22, 2021

Encourage your child to put down the screens and pick up a book these summer holidays. Hyphen - Wodonga Library Gallery has an exciting summer reading program to encourage children to visit the...

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A child's view of Bonegilla Migrant Camp

Headline News / Dec 21, 2021

A christening gown and bonnet from the 1950s were among the luggage that Mynie Brown's mother packed when her family emigrated from The Netherlands to Australia in 1952. Both items, still in...

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Wodonga Council contributing towards pet desexing fees

Headline News / Dec 20, 2021

Wodonga Council, the National Desexing Network and local veterinary clinics have joined forces to offer residents in need a subsidised desexing program to help prevent unwanted cats and...

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Be power prepared for summer

Community / Dec 20, 2021

As the weather heats up, many Victorians are getting power prepared. AusNet Services has been preparing the network for the peak demands of summer. This year, AusNet: trimmed 216,000...

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Christmas closure hours

News / Dec 16, 2021

We hope you get to enjoy some time off over the festive period.  We want to thank you for all you have done to keep the community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our city offices will...

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Bridging the communication gap

Headline News / Dec 14, 2021

Anne Hawker, who can speak four languages, was the perfect candidate for the role as an interpreter at the Bonegilla Migrant Camp. The year was 1953 and Anne was just 17 years old at the time...

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