Andrew Box, a former Stanley resident of 35 years, then acknowledged our ‘Printers Over Time’–Harry Tews (inaugural 6 mths in 2010), the Stanley PO team (inc. Graham Osborne and Susan Lockwood), Bob Malone and the Stanley Hall and Athenaeum Committee (3 editions 2017). Walkley Awards Recipients Social GroupRead the whole story!
Letters to the Editor: Dear Editor. Congratulations to the Nine Mile News reaching the 100th edition, a feat probably beyond the wildest dreams of the small group of Stanley people who started the newsletter over eight years ago. I was there at the formation of the newsletter, back in the days when we had just lost our Post […]Read the whole story!
Stanley Rural Community Inc. (SRCI) AGM – New Members of the Committee The Annual General Meeting of SRCI was held at the Stanley School on Sunday 18th March 2018. There was a good turnout for a Sunday afternoon with 20 members showing up. President Ed Tyrie addressed the meeting thanking the outgoing committee of Helen […]Read the whole story!
A NBN connection has been installed at the Stanley School, and in the Post Office, that brings a fast and integrated computer system for use by post office staff, and is being made available, on a pay as you use basis, to the community. The system was installed out of a generous grant by the […]Read the whole story!
The Friends of Stanley Athenaeum would like to say thank you for the huge support on Saturday 10 March 2018, at the opening of: Stanley C19th Women Hearts of Gold – Minds of Mettle – From Mary Rawes (b1794) to Mariette Craig (b1899) 110 people from near and far attended. The Stanley Hall looked ‘absolutely […]Read the whole story!
Indigo Shire Council last night (27 March) rejected an application to build a Utility Development to facilitate water mining at Hurdle Flat. An application had been sought to build the facility at 218 Hurdle Flat Road, Stanley, for the purpose of extracting water, transporting it for bottling using Double B water tankers. Councillor Bernard Gaffney […]Read the whole story!
Stanley Victoria Community Newsletter, March 2018 In this issue: SRCI Stanley Matters – The Voice of Stanley – Fact not Fiction – The town that fought the water merchants and lost with link to the smh article of the same name – Bush Dance – Fund Raiser round-up – Notice of SRCI Annual General […]Read the whole story!
Stanley Victoria Community Newsletter, April 2017 Donate to this most important of causes at StanleyWater.org.au In this issue: SRCI Community Update Cue Springs Update and notification of fundraising activites. Notice of Art Exhibition to be held from 12th – 21st May as part of fund raising efforts. Stanley Landcare Group Great article with good […]Read the whole story!
Stanley Victoria Community Newsletter, October 2016 In this issue: SRCI Community Update – Cue Springs and preparations for our Supreme Court Hearing Appeal of the VCAT decision. – An update also of the status of the Stanley Township rezoning through Indigo Shire Council and the Minister for Planning. – Notification of the SRCI AGM planned […]Read the whole story!
Courtesy of the Ovens and Murray by Jamie Kronborg A Barrister representing the Stanley community in its Victorian Supreme Court appeal against a Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal planning decision says that the outcome will determine the future of groundwater ”mining” in the state. Daniel Robinson – who is acting for a local advocacy organisation […]Read the whole story!