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THE Chiltern Art Prize annual exhibition attracted more than 1000 visitors across the Queen’s Birthday weekend.
BEECHWORTH Bakery founder Tom O’Toole has been recognised for service to the retail baked goods industry and the community.
PONY tails dropped to the floor as scissors cut, snipped and a razor buzzed when a twelve year old Beechworth girl lost her locks last…
INDIGO Shire is continuing to lead the way with environmentally friendly approaches to living.
CATHY McGowan (MHR, Indi) has labelled Tuesday night’s federal budget announcement as “a black day” for the mobile black spot program.
THE State Government has again ignored the pressing needs of Beechworth Secondary College students and staff.
TOM O’Toole and Keith Macintosh’s journey around Australia raised more than $40k for cancer research.
ARMY Reservist Ben Clifton is raising awareness of the difficulty that many veterans find in transitioning back to civilian life.
ALPINE Health will deliver the Commonwealth Home Support Program in Indigo Shire from July 1, 2018, council confirmed yesterday.
A Cross-university research team has succeeded in having a former Mayday Hills patient’s war service acknowledged and his unmarked grave in the Beechworth Cemetery recognised.
RUTHERGLEN residents have hit out at council’s community forum in the town last week, saying the format quashed community collaboration.
BILL Tilley (MLA, Benambra) has made an early election promise to Middle indigo Primary School, pledging more than 100k for the school to upgrade its…