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BEECHWORTH’S Pat Maher was just short of 15 months old when the conflict that became the vast and bloody Great War was declared in Europe…
BEECHWORTH’S Joan Simms took a few moments at Beechworth Books to weave a story of parallels of two men whom she described as the greatest…
A FEW hundred miners seeking parliamentary representation and a horse shod with golden shoes lured quite a crowd to Beechworth 160 years ago.
INDIGO mayor aims to convince neighboring councils to offer support to beef and sheepmeat producers to make submissions to market competition inquiry.
STANLEY chestnut growers Dave and Helen McIntyre are early into harvest this season.
STANLEY Pastoral director Tim Carey defended his family’s farming interests in the property from which he plans to take groundwater for bottling.
LUTHIERS’ heaven evolved in Yackandandah last weekend when instrument makers gathered with thousands for the town’s eighteenth folk festival.
Councillor Don Chambers hopes that next month fellow councillors will agree to a proposed policy to fly the Aboriginal flag throughout the shire.
THE one thing Eldorado’s Don Stewart regrets not learning from Attilio Rubega is the skill of tying grapevine around small bundles of prunings.
THE Indigo community might lose a multi-million dollar cycle tourism and entrepreneur incubation development because of issues with Mayday Hills site.
A BEECHWORTH man has praised as “remarkable” the efforts of neighbors, motorists and emergency personnel who attempted to save a fatally injured driver.
STANLEY’S Michel Renoux can talk the genus viburnum non-stop as he walks about his garden.