Stanley CFA News

Fire Danger Rating Sign A new fire danger sign has been erected outside the Stanley Community Post Office. This is a manual sign that will be checked daily and the rating altered if and when required.  Fire Restrictions Fire Restrictions are now in force for the shire of Indigo. For details of activities permitted during […]

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Bushfire Anniversaries

This Nine Mile News edition brings two Stanley bushfire anniversaries. They are: 2003 – January 21st: This bushfire swept from the lower Buckland Gap over the Dingle Range, destroying a weekender cottage in the pines above the Stanley cemetery. Then it spotted over the cemetery & the Beechworth-Stanley Road roaring on towards Yackandandah, going as […]

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IGA Community Benefits Card

The Committee of the SRCI is pleased to announce that the SRCI has now signed up with the IGA Community Benefit Card Scheme. This programme allows all those who shop at IGA or Ritchies Supermarkets to obtain a free Community Benefit Card and to nominate an organisation to benefit from this worthwhile scheme whereby IGA […]

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Letter to the Editor

To the Editor, TNMN This is a quick note to show my appreciation to those who occasionally write about local wildlife, birds and plants in The Nine Mile News. Getting to know the place you live a little better has got to be good for both the people learning, and the place being discovered, or […]

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Moving Sale

55- 61 Mt Stanley Road STANLEY (in the orchard) Saturday 28th February 2015 9am – 4pm Genuine sale – owners moving Tools, furniture, household items, bikes, linen, canoe, books, outdoor furniture, garden equipment, pot plants, plants, bric a brac, etc. A fuller list will be posted closer to the date Contact Chris – 0458 606 […]

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3 x 25 Exhibition

An exhibition of recent artworks by Marija Patterson at George Kerford Hotel, Beechworth Small upright figures, twenty-five of them, gaze out from their internal world. Three women: the artist, her mother and her daughter, are placed in groups or stand-alone. They look alike except for anomalies in the process, in the making. They are modelled on […]

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