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LIBERAL Party MP Bill Tilley looks set to retain Benambra although the seat now appears to be marginal after the performance of independent candidates Jacqui…
INDIGO Shire Council, on Tuesday night, approved a 10-lot subdivision close to the centre of Beechworth.
INDIGO Shire council welcomed a new, but familiar, face as mayor on Tuesday night after a draw from a hat. Cr Bernard Gaffney was elected…
INDIGO Shire is continuing to lead the way with environmentally friendly approaches to living.
TOM O’Toole and Keith Macintosh’s journey around Australia raised more than $40k for cancer research.
WHEN Wangaratta Highway Patrol Sergeant Michael Connors first started his White Crosses campaign, he was simply hoping to gain people’s attention and hopefully prevent fatalities.
THE Country Fire Authority called a community meeting at 3pm today at Indigo Valley Primary School for those affected by the Barnawartha-Indigo Creek bushfire.
BEECHWORTH’S Golden Horseshoes Festival is to be revitalised with a group of people keen to make sure it continues as the town’s Easter holiday festival.
JANUARY 6, 2015, marks the one hundred and sixtieth anniversary of the publication of the Ovens & Murray Advertiser.
RUTHERGLEN’S Demi Shale has become one of the North East’s leading secondary school students with an ATAR of 98.25 in the VCE results released on…
St Joseph’s Beechworth celebrates sustainability award with students proudly displaying nesting boxes, one of their contributions to the local environment.