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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.
BEECHWORTH solicitors Helen McGowan and Matt Grogan have raised the bar with their chambers’ relocation next week to Old Beechworth Gaol.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor will meet the Yackandandah community to enable people to see designs about a plan to redevelop the town’s skate park.
HUBBLE, BUBBLE: Nathan Cowan is “living the dream” with his recent purchase of Beechworth’s historic Billson’s Brewery.
TEAMS in the third Beechworth-Mount Buffalo Barrowthon will push off on Saturday for a wonderful and quirky two-day walk.
AN Australian farming organisation believes North East small farmers free-ranging pigs and poultry will be at risk from draft planning controls.
A SCOTTISH master percussionist who has won the world pipe band championship title on 19 occasions wants a Beechworth teenager to have the same opportunity.
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.