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BEECHWORTH’S artists and arts community representatives have connected with regional arts and culture advocacy organisation Murray Arts.
BEECHWORTH painter Brian Seidel last evening saw a chip of the legacy that has come to Australian art from his exceptional eye and hand.
A FIRST-year councillor who is just 25 has been elected Indigo’s deputy mayor.
ARTS Beechworth’s president believes powerful new works by Nina Machielse Hunt represent a distinctive change in the painter’s depiction of the landscape.
GUITARIST brothers Slava and Leonard Grigoryan will present an intimate concert for just 60 people at Beechworth’s Burke Museum on December 1.
A WIMMERA couple whose work with Karen refugees transformed Nhill will talk in Beechworth on November 30 about the dramatic effects of such collaboration.
THOMAS Leslie hopes to build Beechworth’s Anglican Christ Church as a centre of community life after his induction later this month.
VICTORIA’S strong links with dairy co-operatives have been revived with the formation of a new milk co-operative in the North East.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor and parliamentarian Cathy McGowan (MHR, Indi) have welcomed near 62 per cent national support for same-sex marriage.
ALPINE mayor Ron Janas believes his council, Indigo and Towong should work quickly to define shared planning scheme changes to manage water industry impacts.
BEECHWORTH’S Nanette Collins for three years spent much of her spare time in a near-forensic search of digitised convict records.
PARLIAMENTARIAN Cathy McGowan (MHR, Indi) on Saturday appealed to the future of Stanley – its children – to help her open a war memorial rotunda.