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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.
Indigo Shire Council has received a $100,000 grant to help the community develop ideas for seniors to live happier and more connected lives.
This year's Kerferd Oration is to be delivered by Barry Irvin AM, the Executive Chairman of Bega Cheese.
We are seeking nominations for local businesses to feature in our "Small Business Superheroes" campaign. Help us tell your story!
Indigo Shire Mayor Cr Jenny O’Connor will host a community meeting to discuss the closure of the Murray-Goulburn factory at Tangambalanga.
Jaclyn Symes MLC today joined tourism operators, businesses and local government representatives to announce $12 million in rail trail funding from the State Government's 2017-18 Budget.
Mayor Cr Jenny O'Connor said she was shocked at the sudden news the Kiewa-Tangambalanga Murray Goulburn manufacturing plant is to close with the loss of 140 jobs.
Mayor Cr Jenny O'Connor said today the draft Budget for 2017-18 would ensure that Council's objectives could be met.
Draft concept plans for the redevelopment of Martins Lane in Chiltern will go on display next week.
This planting is to remind future generations of the sacrifices made for the free and peaceful society we now live in ...