News and media releases
Council regularly publishes news and media releases about recent developments in the Indigo Shire area. If you require any further information on the attached articles, please Contact Council.
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$100,000 age-friendly grant for Indigo Shire
You will see some activity on the Beechworth-Wodonga Road, between Beechworth and Yackandandah Road, from Tuesday next week.
A Union Jack which once fluttered above the Beechworth Court House has been returned to the Burke Museum.
Improvements to Sandy Beach at Lake Sambell in Beechworth will start on Tuesday 14 March.
Report finds there was no breach of the Local Government Act, Council's Code of Conduct or the Local Government Victoria Conflict of Interest Guide.
Memorial Park Rutherglen will soon have an avenue of Lone Pine decendants to replace the ageing elms.
A series of five meetings to work with the community on the draft Council Plan had been extended to nine meetings.
Indigo Shire Council is asking for your help in identifying mosquito breeding grounds in an effort to minimise the risk of mosquitoes and the diseases they carry.
Council has identified the following items as excess to its needs: 136 conjoined plastic chairs (rows of four) and one large Fireshield Money Safe.
Victoria's Chief Health Officer has issued a heat health alert for extreme heat conditions on Friday Saturday and Sunday. Survive the heat: Heat kills more Australians than any other natural disaster
Indigo Shire Council and VicHealth are calling on residents to sign off sugary drinks and on to fresh, healthy and free water for the H30 Challenge.
Popular author's visit to Beechworth spills from the Library into the Memorial Hall. Book yourself a place now!
Defending champion Chris Froome reckons the key to his chances of victory is Friday's 165km Mt Beauty-Beechworth leg of the 2017 Jayco Herald Sun Tour.
Cr Don Chambers has been recognised posthumously in the Australia Day Honours Awards with an Order of Australia Medal.
Indigo Shire Mayor Cr Jenny O'Connor says Australia Day is an opportunity to gather together to share our common aspirations and celebrate our rich diversity.
Pat Robinson of Rutherglen is our Citizen of the Year in recognition of her tireless work in all of her volunteering positions over many decades.
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