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WOORAGEE’S Owen Gemmill was named Beechworth district achiever of the year at Australia Day celebrations in Beechworth’s Town Hall Gardens on January 26.
FORMER Beechworth Neighbourhood Centre manager Judy Lazarus and late Bpangerang first people’s champion Don Chambers have been recognised in the Order of Australia.
RUTHERGLEN arts advocate and community volunteer Pat Robinson has been named Indigo’s Australia Day citizen of the year.
THE outcome of a probity audit in which Indigo Shire Council’s management of its conflict of interest procedures is being examined will be made public.
INDEPENDENT supermarket chain Ritchies expects it will probably double its Beechworth staff when itits rebuilt Loch Street grocery store in November.
AN independent audit to examine Indigo Shire Council’s conflict-of-interest governance procedures will extend beyond Beechworth’s railway station precinct.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor and businessman Matt Pfahlert have offered to meet residents with ballooning concerns about Beechworth railway station precinct.
THE small council of Indigo last night became the first rural municipality in Victoria’s North East formally to support marriage equality.
INDIGO councillors have raised the ire of some with a decision to let the performance of the national anthem at council meetings lapse.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor will encourage the new council to explore ways to foster agriculture, tourism, renewable energy, arts and indigenous recognition.
BEECHWORTH’S Jenny O’Connor and former mayors James Trenery and Bernard Gaffney are expected to contest Indigo’s mayoral election on November 10.
A COMMUNITY leader has expressed surprise at the reticence of local government candidates to detail up to four election priorities.