Posts in Category: Rural
BEECHWORTH was named one of five state Tidy Town finalists for Keep Victoria Beautiful Tidy Towns – Sustainable Communities Awards which were announced last week.
AN endangered reptile often mistaken for a snake has been found for the first time in almost 40 years in the Beechworth area, making it…
THE value of community philanthropy, giving back and giving local were key topics at the Beechworth Festival of Change session held on Tuesday night.
ABSENCES questioned, apologies delivered and public comment sought after an interesting Indigo Shire council meeting on Tuesday night.
THE small farming community of Stanley reached a significant milestone earlier this month when it took its concerns about groundwater extraction to the office of…
A FIERCE two-day period of rain last Thursday and Friday flooded streets, waterways and houses.
LIBERAL Party MP Bill Tilley looks set to retain Benambra although the seat now appears to be marginal after the performance of independent candidates Jacqui…
AN Australian farming organisation believes North East small farmers free-ranging pigs and poultry will be at risk from draft planning controls.
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’S Michel Renoux can talk the genus viburnum non-stop as he walks about his garden.
AUSTRALIA’S leading wine critics have again cast a keen eye towards Beechworth in the wake of local vignerons’ first public trade and community wine tasting.