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Report: Barnawartha-Indigo Valley 2015 Bushfire - An example of Community-led recovery
Council is pleased to once again offer Community Grants and Tourism Events Grants for 2018-19
Indigo Shire Council has developed a Plasticwise Policy, a key strategic action of its Council Plan, and is inviting public comment.
Indigo Shire's draft Tourism and Economic Development Strategies have been completed and are on display for public comment.
Indigo Shire Council has applauded extra funding in the Victorian Budget for rural roads but says the Budget falls short on funding for the Beechworth Secondary College.
May 2018 Going home
The Burke Museum is returning Aboriginal objects to their traditional owners, the Dja Dja Wurrung people of central Victoria.
The Indigo Shire Mayor, Cr Jenny O'Connor, said today she was delighted with the news that the former Murray Goulburn factory at Kiewa would be kept in production by its new owners.
The State Government has appointed Alpine Health to deliver State Home Support Care in Indigo Shire
Local service providers to deliver Commonwealth Home Support Program in Indigo Shire from July 2018
Council will consider the draft budget at next week's monthly Council Meeting on Tuesday 24 April.
Council has awarded the contract for the development of Martins Lane to Garner Brothers Constructions of Wodonga.
This year's Kerferd Oration is to be delivered by Northern Territory Senator Malarndirri McCarthy.
The ACCC will not oppose Saputo’s proposed acquisition of Murray Goulburn’s (ASX: MGC) assets, after accepting a court-enforceable undertaking from Saputo to divest Murray Goulburn’s Koroit plant.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has today announced that it will not oppose the proposed sale of all of MG’s operating assets.
Oxford Street between Wall Street and the main drainage channel will be closed to traffic for much of the day on Wednesday 4 April, and again from time to time over the following 6-8 weeks.
On your walks, it is up to you to bag your pet's poo and carry it away. And if you do the right thing, you avoid a fine.



Last updated: 18 January 2018