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INDIGO Shire Council has allocated $12,000 to fund a shared community and council campaign to limit European wasp incursions in summer and autumn.
BURKE museum new manager Cameron Auty’s first task is to devise strategies that integrate the museum and the town’s historic precinct.
BILL Tilley (MLA, Benambra) wants the Victorian government to work with Beechworth to enable the community to tap its extraordinary gold heritage.
BEECHWORTH’S koala bucks are taking to trees and streets with the advent of spring.
INDIGO Shire Council has expressed its support for lesbian and gay people living in the shire’s communities.
VICTORIAN Farmers’ Markets Association says the organisation is open to discussions about accrediting sections of local farmers’ markets.
BEECHWORTH’S Bridge Road Brewers’ enterprise mounted a highly successful raid on the Sydney Royal Beer and Cider Show’s vault on Friday.
LEADING wine judge Jane Faulkner has described North East wine grape growers’ and vignerons’ pursuit of alternative varieties as ‘zeitgeist’.
THE high craft and enterprise of a pair of Beechworth vineyard owners, a winemaker and brewers have been recognised across the country in the past…
INDIGO Shire Council is going back to the drawing board to scope the ways in which Beechworth’s former railway station might be used.
AUSTRALIA Post is at last moving to resolve disability access impediments at Beechworth’s heritage-listed post office.
STANLEY’S appeal against a Supreme Court decision to allow commercial groundwater extraction for bottled water production to proceed will be heard on October 26.