Posts in Category: Council
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…
RUTHERGLEN residents have hit out at council’s community forum in the town last week, saying the format quashed community collaboration.
OPPONENTS to a proposal for additional water mining in Stanley have expressed their joy that the plan was rejected by Indigo Shire Council on Tuesday…
PLANNING Panels Victoria will hold a directions hearing in Beechworth on February 12 before it decides an amendment devised to enable limited development in Stanley.
CHILTERN families with young children can now participate in quality children’s programs with the opening of the new Chiltern Early Years Hub.
AN ever popular former Kiewa-Tangambalanga councillor and deputy mayor Peter Croucher has been named Indigo citizen of the year – capping years of unstinting civic…
INDIGO heritage manager Cameron Auty believes a map of the former Yackandandah Shire back on display offers an opportunity to “make history accessible”.
INDIGO’S newly-appointed heritage manager has foreshadowed a major refurbishment next year of the story of colonial police inspector Robert O’Hara Burke.
A PACKED house, taxidermised thylacine and beaming collections manager Linda Peacock greeted Australia’s finest classical guitarists.
A WIMMERA couple whose work with Karen refugees transformed Nhill will talk in Beechworth on November 30 about the dramatic effects of such collaboration.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor and parliamentarian Cathy McGowan (MHR, Indi) have welcomed near 62 per cent national support for same-sex marriage.
ALPINE mayor Ron Janas believes his council, Indigo and Towong should work quickly to define shared planning scheme changes to manage water industry impacts.