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That Little Place moving online

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There’ll be a big change for That Little Place in Wodonga’s city heart when store owner Jedda Hindmarsh leaves her bricks and mortar shop to move the business online at the end of July. The well-known...

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Serving up great coffee and opportunities

City Heart News

  The owner of a new Wodonga cafe has given residents their corner store back after the building was left vacant for two years following the closure of Gobble ‘N’ Go. Amanda Baker has received...

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Bigger and better tile showroom

City Heart News

  Jamie and Sandra McAuliffe, the owners of Aspire Ceramics, have never been busier since they decided to scale up their tile showroom, located at 4 Romet Rd, Wodonga.   The couple made...

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A new hairdresser in town

City Heart News

After working as a hairdresser in Albury for the past five and a half years, Sarah McIntosh seized the opportunity to open her own salon in Wodonga. Hair by Sarah, located at 16 Jarrah St, fittingly opened on...

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New store playing its cards right

City Heart News

When everyone was looking for ways to keep occupied during lockdowns, a Wodonga couple provided a solution. Corey and Jess Felder went into business ten months ago, selling board games, trading cards and puzzles...

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Toolz down at new cafe

City Heart News

A former carpenter has swapped his tools for kitchen utensils after opening a cafe in the old Choppertown building in Wodonga’s Thomas Mitchell Drive. Toolz Down Cafe owners Joshua and Nicole Dewar seized...

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A slice of Italy in Wodonga

City Heart News

  In an unexpected location on a quiet suburban street, a third generation Wodonga business has been producing artisan meats for more than 60 years. Inside Formichi Smallgoods on Kelly St, you will always...

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Car wash making a splash in Wodonga

City Heart News

Suds City Albury owners and operators Nick and Kia Crowe have come across the Border to open a second car wash in Wodonga. Located behind the 7-Eleven in Anzac Parade, the business is up and running and boasts...

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More than a cafe

City Heart News

  The former Cube Cafe, which closed during the pandemic, will become a providore, picklery and cafe next year. Husband and wife Reuben Brand and Anita Martins signed the lease to the council-owned...

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We still have the urge for burgers

City Heart News

Burger Urge owners Greg and Nicole Dean took a gamble when they opened the Mann Central store in Wodonga. It paid off and now the burger franchise is a popular food choice for many on the border. “We were...

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