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THREE major planned burns in Beechworth and Yackandandah are hoped to get underway next month.
A LOCAL primary school received outstanding results last week from numeracy and literacy achievements measured by a national assessment program.
THE Rutherglen Heavy Vehicle Detour is on track for completion in 2020, according to former Indigo Shire Councillor and local resident Roberta Horne.
Tree felling at Mayday Hills “an act of deliberate environmental vandalism”
A SCORE of 93 points will be the benchmark to beat at this weekend rodeo in Chiltern.
A MAN has died following a crash in Tangambalanga today.
FRUSTRATIONS over council’s handling of the home care services shift to a new provider was on display at the Indigo Shire council meeting last night.
A PROMINENT writer with a keen ear for Australia’s stories delivered a fascinating talk about Burke and Wills’ ill-fated transcontinental expedition at Beechworth’s old courthouse…
TALKS are well underway for a promising renewable energy future for Beechworth after 50 keen local residents attended a community meeting at the town’s Memorial…
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…