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Indigo Shire Council will hold three drop-in information sessions about the new rail trail from Beechworth to Yackandandah and Osbornes Flat.
A fun learning experience for the whole family. Barbecue, fun and prizes galore. 6pm-8.30pm.
Time to pay your first rates instalment has been extended until 31 October.
Indigo Shire Council is creating a new website for smartphone, tablet or PC -- and you can help guide its design ...
September 2017 2017 Seniors Festival
The 2017 Seniors Festival will be held throughout the month of October with many wonderful events across the Shire, including the Victorian Concert Orchestra.
All 17 Indigo Shire nominations for the Keep Victoria Beautiful 2017 Tidy Town Awards have been selected for the State finals.
The Committee is seeking members with good communication skills and a demonstrated interest in the development and history of Wahgunyah and the Railway Land.
September 2017 Let them know we care
Nominations for the Indigo Shire Australia Day Awards open on Monday 11 September.
Indigo Shire Council has endorsed the final design for improvements to Sandy Beach at Lake Sambell following further community feedback.
Council last night approved grants totalling $50,000 for a range of cultural, artistic and youth projects across the Shire.
Council last night endorsed the Indigo Economic Development and Tourism Advisory Committee's recommendations for the 2017-18 Tourism Event Grants.
Chief Executive Officer of Indigo Shire Council Gerry Smith has resigned after three years in the top job.
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.
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