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INDIGO Shire Council has allocated $12,000 to fund a shared community and council campaign to limit European wasp incursions in summer and autumn.
BURKE museum new manager Cameron Auty’s first task is to devise strategies that integrate the museum and the town’s historic precinct.
BILL Tilley (MLA, Benambra) wants the Victorian government to work with Beechworth to enable the community to tap its extraordinary gold heritage.
INDIGO Shire Council has expressed its support for lesbian and gay people living in the shire’s communities.
STANLEY’S appeal against a Supreme Court decision to allow commercial groundwater extraction for bottled water production to proceed will be heard on October 26.
ALPINE, Indigo and Towong communities will share a Beechworth forum to explore common concerns about the impact of groundwater extraction for bottled water production.
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.
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”.