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Australian federal electoral division

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Division of Indi: Australian federal electoral division
The Division of Indi is an Australian electoral division in the state of Victoria. The division is located in the north-east of the state, adjoining the border with New South Wales. The largest settlements in the division are the regional cities of Wodonga, Wangaratta, and Benalla. Other towns in the electorate include Rutherglen, Mansfield, Beechworth, Myrtleford, Bright, Alexandra, Tallangatta, Corryong and a number of other small villages. While Indi is one of the largest electorates in Victoria, much of it is located within the largely uninhabited Australian Alps. While Wodonga serves as a regional hub for much of the more heavily populated northern part of the electorate, the southern part is closer to Melbourne than Wodonga.

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Indpendent Haines claims Indi in Victoria

Cathy McGowan will be replaced by another independent in Helen Haines who has claimed victory in the Victorian seat of Indi.
SBS - Published

Indi could make independent MP history

If rural health researcher Helen Haines wins the Victorian seat of Indi she'll become the first independent to succeed another in a federal electorate.
SBS - Published

Scott Morrison back in his happy place

Scott Morrison was back in the regional Victorian seat of Indi on Wednesday, talking about two of his favourite topics: family businesses and first homes.
SBS - Published

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