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BILL Tilley (MLA, Benambra) has made an early election promise to Middle indigo Primary School, pledging more than 100k for the school to upgrade its…
A LOCAL independent candidate has put her name forward for the upcoming state election.
ALPINE mayor Ron Janas believes his council, Indigo and Towong should work quickly to define shared planning scheme changes to manage water industry impacts.
AN Australian farming organisation believes North East small farmers free-ranging pigs and poultry will be at risk from draft planning controls.
BILL Tilley (MLA, Benambra) wants the Victorian government to work with Beechworth to enable the community to tap its extraordinary gold heritage.
BEECHWORTH Secondary College council and the college community continues to be dismayed by the Victorian government’s failure to make an unambiguous funding commitment
THE people of Kiewa-Tangambalanga are still waiting for details of the effects of Murray Goulburn’s decision to axe its 135-strong milk processing workforce.
MURRAY Goulburn chief executive Ari Mervis early this month said the co-operative was “acutely aware of the impact that our decisions will have” in Kiewa-Tangambalanga.
BEECHWORTH Secondary College school council president Larry Goldsworthy will advocate directly to government for “adequate funding” for the campus.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor has welcomed the state government’s $12 million investment in the North East Victorian cycle optimisation project.
CATHY McGowan (MHR Indi) has described the federal government’s Budget commitment of $100 million to fix the North East rail line as a “stunning result”.
PARKS Victoria has described the Wallaby mine as an important gold heritage site but cautions about “significant safety issues”.