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POLICE are continuing to investigate a horror road smash near Wooragee on Friday in which two men lost their lives.
BEECHWORTH Burke Museum is putting the finishing touches to a fragile ‘Clay and Fire’ exhibition which opens on September 3.
A CAFÉ in which you can knit rows on a scarf to raise funds for a community renewable energy goal while you wait for your…
BEECHWORTH’S State Emergency Service unit is one of four in Victoria’s north to secure a $100,000 grant to upgrade or refurbish facilities or equipment.
A BEECHWORTH antiques dealer has made a gift to the Ned Kelly Vault of a costume used in a dramatic Olympic Games’ interpretation of the…
INDIGO mayor James Trenery last week welcomed a community-based investor group buy-back of Beechworth’s old gaol.
BEECHWORTH entrepreneur Matt Pfahlert says the positive response to the buy-back of Beechworth’s old gaol by community investors has been “unbelievable”.
THE small township of Toolangi east of Kinglake has one huge asset – a mountain ash tree thought to be more than 400 years old.
INDIGO Shire Council has agreed to work with the Stanley community to try to find a solution to continuing power blackouts.
THE volunteer contribution of Beechworth’s Leo Nette to the town’s old telegraph station was last month short-listed at the Museums (Victoria) Awards.
A BEECHWORTH and Border group is seeking support to trial a ‘pop-up’ enterprise series to help young asylum seekers to build their lives in Australia.
ENTREPRENEUR Matt Pfahlert has turned ambition to reality and led a consortium of investors to buy Beechworth’s historic former gaol at the town’s heart.