INDIGO Shire Council, on Tuesday night, approved a 10-lot subdivision close to the centre of Beechworth.
A BEECHWORTH freelance journalist and writer will celebrate the publication of her first book at a launch to be held in the town’s Old Stone Hall at the end of this month.
AFTER outrage from the community following the announcement the Golden Horseshoe Festival’s parade will move from its traditional route last week, Indigo Shire mayor Bernard Gaffney said on Wednesday that talks were underway to return the parade to its original path.
BEECHWORTH’s longest-standing event for close to 60 years – the Golden Horseshoes Festival that at Easter celebrates the town’s gold rush history – has had its parade shifted to the other end of town.
LAST week’s Beechworth Rotary Club dinner meeting marked a special occasion with the award of the Jack Tully Memorial Scholarship to a student who completed Year 12 studies at Beechworth Secondary College last year.
BRIDGE Road Brewers has managed again to be ranked with the best craft beer that Australia has to offer with their flagship Beechworth Pale Ale ranked Victoria’s number one and Australia’s 5th favourite craft beer.
BEECHWORTH hosted a stand-out performance of Opera in the Alps on Saturday when 3200 people thronged the town’s golf course to hear Australia’s leading tenors sing up the stars.
BEECHWORTH historian Jacqui Durrant on Saturday was given the unprecedented privilege before a 3000-plus Opera in the Alps audience in Beechworth of acknowledging the country of Dhudhuroa, Waywurru (Waveroo) and other First Nations people.