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PARKS Victoria has described the Wallaby mine as an important gold heritage site but cautions about “significant safety issues”.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor recounted a confrontation with the legacy of war as she described a walk she shared with her son among the war…
A HOMETOWN girl with a home-grown pumpkin on Saturday won the Murmungee Pumpkin Festival with 51-kilogram champion.
CATHY McGowan (MHR, Indi) and Indigo mayor Jenny O’Connor yesterday planted the last ‘Lone pine’ in a new memorial avenue in Rutherglen.
BEECHWORTH Anglican priest Bethley Sullivan formally officiated on Easter Sunday at her last service in the parish she led for more than eight years.
SATURDAY’S Golden Horseshoes’ Festival in Beechworth featured a new horse and four new shoes and became the keys to recounting an a 162-year-old event.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor will support an approach to the Victorian government to win reinstatement of public access to major gold-mining heritage sites.
RITCHIES Supermarkets’ chief executive Fred Harrison says building works for Beechworth’s new supermarket will be underway in June.
FOREST Fire Management Victoria says the completion of a planned burn on Three Mile Creek south of Beechworth remains a priority.
IT’S Golden Horseshoes’ week in Beechworth – the Easter pageant by which Indigo celebrates the election of the Ovens goldfield’s first parliamentarian in 1855.
INDIGO Shire Council has listed in its draft council plan a proposal to explore an opportunity to participate a worldwide ‘Dark Sky’ tourism program.
BEECHWORTH’S Golden Horseshoes festival at Easter will feature Beechworth Botanica’ – an inaugural exhibition of leading botanical art.