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Indigo Shire Council made it clear that it remains prepared to stand up for the environment with rejection of contentious groundwater development application.
YACKANDANDAH’S Anzac centenary commemoration drew hundreds to High Street on Saturday to watch a march led by local horsemen.
BEECHWORTH’S Pat Maher was just short of 15 months old when the conflict that became the vast and bloody Great War was declared in Europe…
BEECHWORTH’S Joan Simms took a few moments at Beechworth Books to weave a story of parallels of two men whom she described as the greatest…
A FEW hundred miners seeking parliamentary representation and a horse shod with golden shoes lured quite a crowd to Beechworth 160 years ago.
LUTHIERS’ heaven evolved in Yackandandah last weekend when instrument makers gathered with thousands for the town’s eighteenth folk festival.
THE one thing Eldorado’s Don Stewart regrets not learning from Attilio Rubega is the skill of tying grapevine around small bundles of prunings.
THE Indigo community might lose a multi-million dollar cycle tourism and entrepreneur incubation development because of issues with Mayday Hills site.
A BEECHWORTH man has praised as “remarkable” the efforts of neighbors, motorists and emergency personnel who attempted to save a fatally injured driver.
Wooragee Primary School students and staff were delighted to welcome for a quick visit, Governor General, Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady (Lynne) Cosgrove.
STANLEY’S community advocacy organisation has welcomed ruling that a development application by a water wholesaler to be reconsidered by Council.
Hope for groundswell of support at public meeting to discuss jeopardised re-development of the Mayday Hills former lunatic asylum.