Rapt that girls’ sport gets equal coverage
CONGRATULATIONS on your excellent coverage of girl’s sport in last Friday’s Chronicle.
As a member of the U13’s girls soccer team it meant a lot for our achievements to be seen to the public, it felt great to be recognised just as much as the boys.
It is exciting to see girls’ sport receiving equivalent coverage to the boys.
Alice O’Connor, U13s Wangaratta City player
Milawa B grade player Grace Hourigan put in a stellar performance during her team’s six-goal win over Greta in the Ovens and King Football Netball League grand final on Saturday, with the final score 43-37. See sport for coverage. strictions, so visitors can be long gone before parents need to pick up their children.
The only ‘losers’ would be the P platers and a few staff that would have to take 12 more steps, and I am sure we all agree that is not a lot to ask for the safety of the children
My wife and I have had over 20 years working on the special school’s buses and have always put their needs first, and nothing has changed and never will.
Ron Harrigan, Wangaratta employment of many hundreds of people.
Parking spaces are not just lines on a map - they are a vital part of an integrated framework of that vibrancy.
Any interference with parking without a detailed statement of financial benefit to traders and their employees should be viewed with great concern to every citizen of the rural city, no matter where they live.
I believe councillors should not to deal with this motion at this point in time - it need not be considerable but as citizens and ratepayers we deserve the right to question council staff who are promoting this project.
Another Monty Python idea similar to the Moloney’s Arcade fiasco that needs to have its arms chopped off.
Brian Fox, Wangaratta