Wagga Wagga


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Wagga Wagga

(wŏg`ə wŏg`ə), city (1991 pop. 40,875), New South Wales, SE Australia, on the Murrumbidgee River. It is the center of an agricultural district with food-processing and rubber-goods plants and foundries. Wagga Wagga is also the site of the main campus of Charles Sturt Univ. as well as teachers, technical, and agricultural colleges.

Wagga Wagga

a city in SE Australia, in New South Wales on the Murrumbidgee River: agricultural trading centre. Pop.: 44 451 (2001)
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The Wagga Wagga branch of the NSWNMA is calling on the state member for Wagga Daryl Maguire and federal member for Riverina Michael McCormack to lobby for extra funding for the Murrumbidgee Local Health District.
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Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in New South Wales, with a population of nearly 60,000.
Note: I acknowledge the assistance of the Wagga Wagga and District
Richard, 58, and 53-year-old wife Elizabeth could not face the trip to Wagga Wagga Supreme Court in New South Wales to see their son's killer jailed.
This suspension is the result of a network review to identify the routes that have the lowest load factors so as to inconvenience the least number of regional travelers and follows similar initiatives that we have undertaken on the Cooma and Wagga Wagga services in New South Wales," MD Geoff Breust said.
It had direct impacts for the reason that voters in Wagga Wagga were caught up in what he brands an 'anticommunists frenzy' and thus receptive to the local DLP supporters' view that 'the Evatt party had not only given up the fight against Communism, but [were] 'openly collaborating the with Communist Party'.
Born in Wagga Wagga in 1914, he was named Arthur Edward, but was given the nickname 'Scobie' after the famous Aussie trainer James Scobie.
We are trying to be realistic role models in the Wagga Wagga community to give them avenues to succeed at other things.
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Yet it is a true story, full of tragedy and farce, in which a young Irish nun flees her convent at Wagga Wagga, fearful she is about to be murdered by her Mother Superior, and places herself under the protection of the Orange Order.
Jayme Schneider, an accountant with Easdown & Partners in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, recently was appointed CVO for this five partner, 24-team member firm.