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BURKE museum new manager Cameron Auty’s first task is to devise strategies that integrate the museum and the town’s historic precinct.
INDIGO Shire Council has expressed its support for lesbian and gay people living in the shire’s communities.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor has offered the shire’s LGBTI people her full support after comments by some that the council have a say on marriage…
AN Indigo shire-wide project to encourage active and healthy ageing and “aged-friendly” communities was launched in Barnawartha last week.
INDIGO deputy mayor Bernard Gaffney wants the council to keep on the table a decision to divest from financial institutions which invest in fossil fuels.
INDIGO Shire Council will divest from banks that invest in fossil fuel exploration and production despite two former mayors’ strong criticism of the strategy.
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”.
INDIGO Shire Council has approved publication of its $32.3 million 2017-18 draft budget.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor recounted a confrontation with the legacy of war as she described a walk she shared with her son among the war…
INDIGO Shire Council has listed in its draft council plan a proposal to explore an opportunity to participate a worldwide ‘Dark Sky’ tourism program.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor has welcomed near-one per cent population growth in Indigo communities as “heartening”.
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…