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INDIGO Shire Council last night responded to a call from mayor Jenny O’Connor to convene an urgent public meeting in Kiewa-Tangambalanga to allow the shocked…
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor will support an approach to the Victorian government to win reinstatement of public access to major gold-mining heritage sites.
A MAJOR refurbishment and reinstatement of one half of the front fence at Beechworth’s historic Mayday Hills complex is almost complete.
INDIGO mayor Jenny O’Connor has rejected “absolutely” a throwaway line by a fellow councillor that Indigo’s heritage identity is under review.
INDIGO Shire Council forked out almost $20,600 in February for councillors, senior staff and a consultant to discuss the council’s coming four-year plan.
WORK to assess Indigo communities’ cultural heritage for nomination to the national heritage list is to start in earnest.
FORMER Indigo tourism manager Clayton Neil has welcomed the end of an independent audit of conflicts of interest surrounding the Beechworth heritage properties.
A PROBITY report has shown an Indigo Shire Council former senior manager was alert to public concerns about potential conflicts surrounding his council tourism job.
INDIGO Shire Council has batted away questions about its description of old Beechworth gaol’s redevelopment as a “council tourism project”.
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.
THE Stanley community is to pursue its legal battle against commercial groundwater extraction on the farming-rich Stanley plateau south east of Beechworth.
AN independent audit to examine Indigo Shire Council’s conflict-of-interest governance procedures will extend beyond Beechworth’s railway station precinct.