Posts in: Woolshed Valley
A FIERCE two-day period of rain last Thursday and Friday flooded streets, waterways and houses.
THE number of people professing Christian religious beliefs or affiliation in Indigo Shire has fallen almost 6.6 per cent between Australian census statistics collected in…
AUSTRALIASIA’S peak bluegrass and old-time music festival, Mountaingrass, will relocate from Harrietville to Beechworth in November.
A WATER wholesaler will petition for costs after the Appeal Court yesterday refused a Stanley organisation’s attempt to prevent groundwater being taken and sold as…
INDIGO’S newly-appointed heritage manager has foreshadowed a major refurbishment next year of the story of colonial police inspector Robert O’Hara Burke.
BEECHWORTH has been named Victoria’s tidy town of the year for 2017 – a title it has held on three occasions – at a presentation…
A FIRST-year councillor who is just 25 has been elected Indigo’s deputy mayor.
ARTS Beechworth’s president believes powerful new works by Nina Machielse Hunt represent a distinctive change in the painter’s depiction of the landscape.
A WIMMERA couple whose work with Karen refugees transformed Nhill will talk in Beechworth on November 30 about the dramatic effects of such collaboration.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor and parliamentarian Cathy McGowan (MHR, Indi) have welcomed near 62 per cent national support for same-sex marriage.
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.