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Nominations for the highly regarded Indigo Shire Heritage Awards 2018 are now open. The awards have been revamped for 2018 to encourage a broader range of nominations.
Businesses who employ people from the dairy industry are eligible for up to $9000 support from the State Government, the Indigo Shire Mayor, Cr Jenny O'Connor, said today.
The Chiltern Placemaking Project s proceeding, despite delays to funding for some aspects of the program following an unsuccessful grant application.
Indigo Shire Council is preparing an Active Indigo Plan for the next 8 years to guide how we support the physical activity needs of our community.
This Spring, Indigo Shire Council will replace the pedestrian bridge on the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail near Albert Road in Beechworth.
The Victorian Minister for Families & Children and Youth Affairs, Jenny Mikakos, today formally launched the Chiltern Early Years Hub
July 2017 Flu warning
Influenza cases in Victoria are up 81 per cent over last year.
The process of collecting community feedback continues with the 2017 Ovens Murray Regional Assembly in Wodonga on Thursday 27 July.
Indigo Shire Mayor Cr Jenny O’Connor said tonight the Budget for 2017-18 would ensure thatCouncil could achieve key community projects in the new Council Plan.
The loss of $360 million over four years has been a devastating blow to rural and regional communities.
The old timber bridge on Mares Flat Road is to be replaced after almost 100 years of faithful service.
Grants of up to $1500 per property or $2500 for a two-storey building on a dollar-for-dollar basis are available for small businesses in Main Street Rutherglen.
Council is pleased to offer a total of $76,000 in community and tourism grants for 2017-18.
Nominations are now open for the 2017 Victorian Aboriginal Honour Roll, which ackknowledges and celebrates the achievements of Aboriginal people past and present.
Stock on roads pose a serious danger for motorists, especially at night, and landowners are responsible for keeping stock well fed and well fenced.
Indigo Shire's Mayor, Cr Jenny O'Connor, urges communities to showcase their towns said all the towns in this year's Keep Victoria Beautiful Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards.
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