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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 ...
Indigo Shire Council’s annual Heritage Awards are undergoing a ‘refurbishment’.
Anzac Day services across Indigo Shire, and details of road closures on 25 April.
The sixth annual Kiewa-Tangambalanga Lions Club Milk Run is on again at the Huon Reserve on Sunday 30 April.
Victoria's Maternal and Child Health Service help babies and young children achieve the best possible start in life.
Indigo Shire Council calls for significant funding from State Government for key projects to improve the essential health and wellbeing and infrastructure needs of Indigo residents.
March 2017 Firewood windfall
Council is allowing firewood collection from selected areas damaged by recent strong winds.
$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.
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