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A FREAK storm and high winds on Monday night felled trees, slightly damaged buildings and led to more than 200 telephone calls for assistance to…
INDIGO Shire Council is expected next month to consider options for the introduction of local laws to govern the operations of commercial water utility plants….
A CONSULTANT’S study of Indigo’s international tourism development prospects is about to enter its final phase.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor has rejected “absolutely” a throwaway line by a fellow councillor that Indigo’s heritage identity is under review.
TOURISM North East marketing manager Susannah Doyle is to become Indigo Shire Council’s new tourism manager.
WORK to assess Indigo communities’ cultural heritage for nomination to the national heritage list is to start in earnest.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor on Australia Day in Beechworth welcomed nine new Australian citizens to the community.
RUTHERGLEN arts advocate and community volunteer Pat Robinson has been named Indigo’s Australia Day citizen of the year.
THE outcome of a probity audit in which Indigo Shire Council’s management of its conflict of interest procedures is being examined will be made public.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor will encourage the new council to explore ways to foster agriculture, tourism, renewable energy, arts and indigenous recognition.
BEECHWORTH-headquartered Tourism North East has secured $600,000 to enable it to scope three key projects aimed at developing tourism in the region.
BEECHWORTH’S Jenny O’Connor and former mayors James Trenery and Bernard Gaffney are expected to contest Indigo’s mayoral election on November 10.