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Wodonga TAFE’s Driver Education Centre of Australia has signed off on its first major international deal, with its programs set to train heavy vehicle drivers across Asia.More
Local manufacturers and businesses in Wodonga will now be able to transport their goods more efficiently thanks to vital infrastructure upgrades to Logic Terminal Road.More
Keep abreast of Wodonga's economic profile by reviewing the latest edition of Wodonga Council's Economic Indicators report.More
The Promenade at Junction Place was officially opened on Friday, February 19 by representatives from Places Victoria and Wodonga Council. More
The council has welcomed an announcement by Places Victoria of a new development at Junction Place Wodonga between High St and Smythe streets over the coming years.More
Keep abreast of Wodonga's economic profile by reviewing the latest edition of Council's Economic Indicators report.More
Wodonga Council has received $10 million in federal funding under the National Stronger Regions Fund for central business area (CBA) revitalisation.More
Wodonga's new city square has officially opened.More
According to the latest population growth figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Wodonga has an estimated resident population of 38,131 people, which represents a 2.2 per cent increase from 2013.More
Victoria's largest and newest cattle selling facility opens in Wodonga.More
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.More
Want to know more about Logic Wodonga? A new clip has been created providing an overview of Logic and what it may look like in the future.More

Logic Service Centre development opens

New faces at the National Transport Commission

Logic foodshare family open day

$15.8m transport interchange for Logic